Split Pea Soup – perfect for a rainy day!!!

This is the 3rd or 4th time I have made this so I thought I would share my recipe. I am sure you can make this quicker in your instant pot but I have always used my crock-pot. I soak the dry green peas the night before so they are easier to digest and it also makes the soup more creamy. The photo below is from this morning but now that it has been cooking all day everything is “married” together. You can choose to blend at the end to make it more creamy but we like ours chunky.

Ingredients:
1 bag dry green split peas
5-6 large carrots
1 bundle celery
1 onion
Garlic
1 tablespoon organic onion powder
1 tablespoon organic garlic powder
Salt / pepper
2 teaspoons thyme (I skip this step but it’s recommended)
8 cups bone broth (I keep about 2-3 cups of bone broth in my freezer so I used that and then just added water) (you may need up to 12 cups liquid depending on the amount of veggies you put in)
1 uncured ham steak (I found the perfect size at California Fresh)

Soak the peas in water overnight. The next morning rinse and put them into your pot. Saute the chopped onion, garlic, carrot and onion. Add salt & pepper and add the vegetables to your crock-pot once they are softened. Add the bone broth, water, spices and chopped ham. Cook all day on high or medium. Blend before serving if you want it more creamy. If you enjoy it chunky like us you are ready to enjoy!!!

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