The Best Way How to Make Split Pea Soup Easy and Vegan

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Ingredients

½ tsp Black Pepper Use whole peppercorns whenever you can to get as much flavor as possible
200 g Carrot
200 g Celeriac
50 g Cilantro Fresh coriander leaves can be substituted with parsley or thyme if you want to experiment with the smell of your soup
1 tsp Kosher Salt
100 g Onions
600 g Potatoes Take varieties that keep their shape after boiling for the better structure
300 g Split Peas
100 g Sunflower oil Olive oil also tastes great in this recipe, so it's up to you what you should grab
2 l water

Nutritional information

592 g
Serving Size

Amount Per Serving

424
Calories

Calories from Fat 155

18 g
Total Fat

Saturated Fat 2 g

0 mg
Cholesterol
475 mg
Sodium
1174 mg
Potassium
55 g
Total Carbohydrates

Sugars 8 g

17 g
Dietary Fiber
15 g
Protein

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The Best Way How to Make Split Pea Soup Easy and Vegan

Features:
  • High-Fiber
  • Low-Cholesterol
Cuisine:
Various root vegetables mixed with split peas make this vegan soup absolutely unforgettable.
  • 1 h 10 min
  • Serves 6
  • Easy

Ingredients

Directions

Wondering how to make split pea soup? Actually, there’s nothing challenging about it, you only have to think about spices and herbs to make this basic idea work your way. This kind of soup is extremely beneficial to your health, as it can offer lots of dietary fiber, vitamins C, A and K, as well as manganese hidden within.

Steps

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Measure all the elements before starting to keep things easier in the process.

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Grab a medium bowl and cover your split peas with water completely. Let it soak at least for 15 minutes.

3
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After you wash all the potatoes, carrots, onions and celeriac, thoroughly peel them, discarding anything of inappropriate quality if it's necessary.

4
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Cut your carrots and onions together with celeriac into small cubes. Be careful when dicing your celeriac as it isn't the softest vegetable, that's why it requires additional attention.

5
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Let your pot for soup preheat before pouring the sunflower oil. Once the oil is hot enough, transfer the diced onions. Constantly stir them while frying until they become golden. Keep the heat medium, otherwise you might burn your onions.

6
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Mix already fried onions together with carrots. Keep cooking until your carrots become slightly soft.

7
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Transfer the cubes of your celeriac into the pot. Fry the vegetable mixture until all the components become soft enough. If they aren't completely cooked, they may taste somewhat stiff in your split pea soup.

8
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Pour all the water and let it start boiling before adding next ingredients.

9
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Use a sieve to get rid of any liquid in your peas. Transfer them to the pot.

10
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Meanwhile prepare the potatoes, dice them into larger chunks for better organoleptic experience. In twenty minutes after the split peas were added, transfer the cut potatoes to the pot. They will need around twenty-thirty minutes to get cooked.

11
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Use a mortar for your best black pepper, the texture may differ from usual commercial ground pepper, but the aroma is much stronger.

12
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In five minutes before the end of preparation, add the kosher salt and previously ground pepper. Nothing too difficult about this vegan soup.

13
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Once this easy split pea soup is ready, you may immediately ladle it into individual bowls. Moreover, it tastes great even after being refrigerated, if anything is left right after initial cooking.

14
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Cut some cilantro and divide it among individual bowls. That's always quite refreshing to combine soups with fresh aromatic herbs. Indulge!

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