This was nice and easy but tasted like a lot more effort than it really took!
Excellent soup. Easy to make, and very tasty. I doubled the recipe and added some diced ham for flavor and some Velotine to thicken it up. An instant favorite.
Great soup. I ate it for three days and still could have more. That's coming from a person who rarely eats the same thing twice. Thank you.
I had no idea how to make split pea soup. Who knew it was so easy??! My daughter and I loved it for lunch today. I blended half of it and left half 'chunky'. It was perfect. Thanks!
This was great; it cooked perfectly in the time given. My husband loves split pea soup and when we moved down south we could no longer buy the Campbells kind without ham. He said this was even better.
It's snowing today in Northern Italy, so I decided to give this a try. It turned out really good. I like thicker soup so I added just a little bit less liquid and a small potato to give it a smooth texture, and a little bit of dried thyme only because I personally like it. I pureed everything with a hand blender. As Italians do I drizzled extra virgin olive oil on the top of each serving. Thanks for a nice recipe.
I've never made Split Pea Soup before, but my mom used to make it all the time when I was younger. I was craving it & couldn't believe how simple this recipe was to make. I added one small potato, 4 slices of turkey bacon, cooked & diced, and I only put 3/4 cup of soup in the blender...it was better than I ever remember! (Sorry Mom) Thanks for posting!
This was a terrific pea soup! My 2 year old couldn't get enough of it. I like the fact that it's simple and there's no meat in it, but I think it can be added if it is desired. I will definitely make this one again!
Outstanding soup! Great comfort food. I made it for supper last night and had a fresh Italian bun to go with it! Delicious ! Fast, tasty, low in calories! Just enough left over for my lunch today.....yummy! A definite repeater!
Delicious! I didn't have celery so I chopped some broccoli and used shallots instead of onion. Also, I added celery salt and a little bit of cayenne pepper. Yum!