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Very good soup -- this makes a lot. I really liked the parsnips in the soup along with the liquid smoke. Thanks for sharing!
This is pretty good. The liquid smoke is definitely a nice touch. The only thing I did differently was to add white wine to the parsnips as I was sauteing them, and I doubled the recipe to feed a crowd. Thank you for posting this!
Lovely snowy weather soup. I made it yesterday and let it cook for 8 hours on low, I had a canned ham that I cubed after the 8 hour cooking time and added to it, then put it in the fridge overnight. Put it into 2 serving size containers to freeze. the recipe made 9 generous lunch size serving. I didn't pre cook the parsnips or onions just put everything into the crock pot and turned it to low. So easy and so good. - We love it!
Quick, easy and tasty! The natural smokiness of the split peas pairs well with the sweetness of the parsnips. The parsnips really give it a great flavor. I didn't add any extra stock, but probably would next time, as it was very thick (I am sure this also depends on how long you cook it in the crock pot too - I did 7 hours on low). For leftovers, I topped this with Crispy Crumbled Prosciutto - which went wonderfully with it. We especially liked that this soup tastes rich, but is low in fat.
Delish! It was much thicker than I expected- more like a stew- and I had even added two extra cups of stock. The flavor is great- the sweetness of the parsnips with the slight smokiness was quite tasty. Thanks for posting!