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Meal Detail

 

Dinner

Split Pea Soup with Caramelized Lemon & Pistachios with Sprout Salad

 


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Prep
Difficulty
Easy

over 1 hour

Time
Estimate
over 1 hour

Slowly simmer the split pea soup. Prepare all of the remaining ingredients. In the final ten minutes or so, caramelize the lemons & nuts. Toss the sprouts & baby greens salad.


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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Sprouts & Baby Greens

A feathery light salad of sprouts & baby greens such as arugula or mizuna for a bit of bitterness or spinach for a slightly sweeter taste. Tossed with a light vinaigrette this is the perfect spring side salad, understated yet elegant.