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Meal Detail

 

Dinner

Split Pea Soup with Caramelized Lemon & Pistachios

 


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  • Easy

Prep
Difficulty
Easy

45 mins

Time
Estimate
45 mins

Simmer the split peas. Chop the lemon and caramelize with the pistachios. Make the salad dressing and toss just as the soup is ready to serve. French bread is a great accompaniment for scooping up the soup on the bottom of the bowl.


Recipes for this Meal


Winter
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Split Pea Soup

Gloomy Winter days call for Split Pea Soup. If making it Vegan, add smoked paprika to taste. Alternatively, highlight it with chunks of ham for the meat lovers version. This soup works well simmering with a ham bone for additional flavor, although it is delicious without. Soak the split peas overnight and this dish will only be 45 minutes to cook, otherwise, plan on about 1-2 hours of simmering.


Winter
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Caramelized Lemon & Pistachios

Add flavor to a roast or a soup or whatever needs a tangy-sweet-nutty topping.


Spring
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Lemon Dressed Spinach Salad

The dressing is simple and therefore best if using the highest quality ingredients. Freshly ground black pepper and a fruity extra-virgin olive oil will make this salad incredible as you can taste each flavor.


Winter
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French bread

Okay. This is not exactly a recipe, but rather sometimes the best pairing for your meal is a crusty loaf of French bread. So, here it is.

Let’s call it a reminder. In addition, here are a few tips on how to store it, keep it fresh, or use it up. Whenever possible try to find those crusty gorgeous whole-grain varieties.