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Cozy up with this easy split pea soup. This soup is made with minimal, simple to find ingredients, and is the perfect budget-friendly meal option for dinner any night this week.
This easy split pea soup is both hearty and nutritions. It’s ready in under an hour, and it’s a meal that everyone in the family will love.
This recipe’s inspired by Pea Soup Andersens, a well-known restaurant found at two California locations. Every time we make a trip up Interstate 5 in California, we make a stop for their delicious split pea soup. Since we love their soup so much, we decided to recreate the recipe and share it with you.
Not only is Pea Soup Andersen’s split pea soup vegan by default, but it’s also gluten-free. The one caveat to that, is they have the option to serve it in a sourdough bread bowl, and you better believe that this is always how we order it.
Even though today we aren’t serving our soup in a bread bowl, it’s always a good choice if you have one handy. We are, however, topping our soup with some homemade croutons that are both simple to make and delicious. Croutons provide the perfect crunch and flavor to this already delicious soup—we definitely recommend them!
Craving more soup? Here are a few more of our favorites:
- One-Pot Minestrone Soup (30-Minutes)
- One-Pot Vegetable Noodle Soup
- Easy Vegan Broccoli Cheddar Soup (10-Ingredients)
- Potato Leek Soup (Vegan + 8-Ingredients)
- Vegan Miso Soup (5-Ingredients + 15 Minutes)
- Sweet Potato Red Lentil Soup
Nutrition facts label provided by Nutri Fox.
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