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Gluten Free Split Pea Soup Recipe

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Gluten Free Split Pea Soup Recipe for a Cold Day

On a cold day, making a gluten free split pea soup recipe can be a good thing. This is because it is easy to make and it also tastes good when consumed in cold weather. You can also modify the ingredients inside the soup based on your preference.

Gluten Free Split Pea Soup Recipe

Here is how to make the gluten free split pea soup.

Ingredients of the soup

  • You need at least around 7 ingredients if you exclude the meat and additional stuff. The important ingredients are 1 lb. of dried green split peas. To elevate the taste, you can add 1 small yellow onion, 1 large carrot, and 1 medium white potato.
  • Make sure you peel and dice these ingredients before continue cooking.
  • Then, you should use 1 tsp. of virgin olive oil, 5 dried bay leaves, and 5 to 7 cups of water.
  • The last ingredient is ham, which is optional. You can also change this ingredient with meat for a heavier meal. You can add a cup of ham, along with the bone for a better taste.
  • Cut and slice it into bite-size pieces.

The step by step

  • Use a large stock pot and use medium-high heat to heat the olive oil.
  • Once the oil is heated, then add the diced onion and cook it well until the onion is caramelized and softened for around 3 minutes.
  • The next step is to put all of the gluten free split pea soup ingredients.
  • Stir the diced potatoes, diced ham, dried green split peas, ham, bay leaves, ham bone, and 5 cups of water until it mixes.
  • You can do taste testing here. If you think that the taste is quite strong, then you can add more water. Add additional ingredients if you think that the taste is not satisfying.
  • Make the soup boil and reduce it to a simmer.
  • The next step is to stir and simmer frequently for around 40 minutes until the peas soften and the soup thickens.
  • The consistency of the soup can be suited to your liking by adding more water.
  • Once the thickness is perfect, then you can remove the bay leaves and ham bone.

The soup is ready to be consumed on a gluten free bread crust or along with your favorite meal. You can use sour cream, Greek yogurt, freshly chopped parsley, or gluten free croutons as the garnish.

Additional information for the soup

You can use the leftover ham from either Easter or Sunday supper to make the split pea soup.

When you make the soup, make sure that you are able to stir for quite some time because it needs around 35 to 45 minutes to cook, based on the number of ingredients you put into the stockpot.

Searching for the best consistency for your soup might be a little bit tricky because if you add the water to reduce the soup’s thickness, then the taste might be different.

So after you add a cup of water, stir it well and do a taste test first before serving the soup.

For the finishing touch of your gluten free split pea soup recipe, you can squeeze a half slice of lemon over top and stir the soup to combine it.

This will create a better taste and you might like it this way.

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