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Pea or Bean soup

I pretty much made both of these up with a bit of help from a couple cookbooks. It is really easy to make and my step-sons favorite soup is homeade pea soup. Even when he found out all the onions were in it he didnt mind. Stir each time you walk by, this has a problem with sticking until you have the hang of it and the perfect pot. If making bean soup, a 16 oz jar of tomatoes adds a great flavour.

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  • Simmer hocks or ham bone in water for 2 hours, allow to cool, discard skin from hocks and remove meat from bone placing back in stock.
  • Add veggies and bring back to a boil and add peas or beans turn to simmer and add spices, soya and worcestershire and bouillon.
  • Simmer for 2-2 1/2 hours until peas or beans are tender.
  • The pea soup will be quite thick.
  • If desired add extra kielbasa or smoked sausage at and and heat through.
  • Both freeze well but may need a bit of water added when re-heating.
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"I pretty much made both of these up with a bit of help from a couple cookbooks. It is really easy to make and my step-sons favorite soup is homeade pea soup. Even when he found out all the onions were in it he didnt mind. Stir each time you walk by, this has a problem with sticking until you have the hang of it and the perfect pot. If making bean soup, a 16 oz jar of tomatoes adds a great flavour."
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  1. CoolMonday
    I used 2 pounds of dry lima beans.. washed and drained... One large ham bone with lots of ham left on.. no sausage.. and I doubled most of the other ingredients (especially water)... It was delicious and I froze some for future meals... definately a keeper.. thanks for recipe Tara
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  2. Tara1183
    I actually use regular ham hocks instead of smoked so it isnt too salty.
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  3. Latchy
    I make this soup which I love but I omit soy sauce as some ham hocks can be quite salty
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  4. Tara1183
    I pretty much made both of these up with a bit of help from a couple cookbooks. It is really easy to make and my step-sons favorite soup is homeade pea soup. Even when he found out all the onions were in it he didnt mind. Stir each time you walk by, this has a problem with sticking until you have the hang of it and the perfect pot. If making bean soup, a 16 oz jar of tomatoes adds a great flavour.
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