(Note that I would love to tell you which one I have but it doesn’t have a brand name on it at all. It's also a great way to use frozen vegetables when the produce section is looking bleak. Thanks for your feedback! I therefore bought a cheap one. “Healthy ice cream pearls” haha! I love frozen peas, they are so easy to use so I’ll have ingredients on hand to make your beautiful soup anytime! And then I hear my neighbor Tyrone call out. Oh man. It's amazingly quick and easy to make. But then I remembered how much my family loves soup made from frozen green peas. I really am in love with this soup! Otherwise I followed it as it is written. I’m so glad you enjoyed the soup Terri! If you try it, let me know what you think. Add olive oil. Your soup sounds delicious with all the fresh celery and canned chipotle! This soup was delicious. But listen, I'm no chef. Weirdly obsessed with this pea soup recipe this winter! Once the broth is simmering and the peas are hot, use a ladle and scoop some broth over the peas. This soup uses frozen green peas instead of split peas to come together quickly. I love this recipe because I ALWAYS have a bag of peas in my freezer, and there’s a darn good chance I have celery, onions, and garlic too. It all looks so amazing.). Here’s the picture, how much does it look like to you? You can cover it to make it go faster, but keep an eye on it so it doesn't boil over. Dinner Healthy Dinner Meatless One Pot/Pan Quick and Easy Dinners Soup St. Patrick's Day, posted March 3, 2017 by The Food Charlatan, Your email address will not be published. They loved it. haha! Dairy Free, Oil Free, and Vegan. It is not spicy but gives it a great smoky flavour. No way, no shape, no how! * Smoked paprika is not the same as regular paprika. That is my guess. And let me know if you like it with the smokey flavors :). I’m sure the beef broth tasted great, good idea! but I can do most other things and… well back to the comment. Don’t you just hate spell-check sometimes…. Thanks for the tip! Learn how your comment data is processed. This post contains affiliate links. Reduce heat to medium. I have a new love for frozen peas. While the peas are heating, mince the garlic cloves and add them to the pot. Thanks for your feedback, Jeff. I also used 2 chipotles canned in adobo, a dash of liquid smoke, the tail end of a jar of Frontier fake bacon bits, and a single fresh Bay leaf. Don't subscribe Thanks! I add them to pesto now & will never go back. And it’s beyond delicious too! Off the heat, add the mint, salt, and pepper. I will recommend Bac’n Bits from now on! Now it’s back into the freezer for winter with most of it! But that soup is made with dried peas, and I had never even considered the idea of making soup with fresh (or frozen) peas until I saw Soni’s recipe over at Soni’s Food. But it does make things quicker and easier. I never comment on anything but this is amazing! Hey, they’re already halfway to their first heart attack. I have made many versions of split pea, and this was by far the best. She has a great blog full of tons of AMAZING looking Indian food, check it out! To make this soup in 15 minutes, first read through the recipe. (Suckas! My thinking was that if I really loved it, I would later splurge for a more expensive model. Cooked ham, is that right from the package or actually cooked somehow while doing the other things? I love 30 minute meals that I can make from pantry/freezer items when I haven’t planned anything for dinner! Heat for 2 more minutes. All the flavors of pea soup in a fraction of the time! Note though that you do not need to prep any ingredients. Your email address will not be published. Curried Cream of Cauliflower and Apple Soup from A Beautiful Plate Cream of Celery Soup from CopyKat Recipes. (You should totally follow her blog if you’re not already! Add several bazillion calories. I accidentally thawed a 5# bag of peas while rearranging the chest freezer to make room for even more tomatoes (bumper crop). If you make any of my recipes, share it on Instagram using the hashtag #TheFoodCharlatan so I can see it! Thanks for your support! https://thefoodcharlatan.com/30-minute-pea-soup-from-a-bag-of-frozen-peas @Jeff, I would think it could be missing the seasoning of the ham into the broth. The homemade pea soup is better for you. Try adding some bay leaves – it adds a whole new dimension! We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. Sheesh. because I’m obsessed with celery leaves. Which is more than I can say for that greasy fast food hamburger you shoved down your kids’ throats on the way to soccer practice. Your choice! Thanks! Increase heat to high and bring the broth up to a boil. Reduce heat to a simmer. Today Truman was on the front porch having a meltdown. Want fries with that? It’s so simple for something so delicious. My amazing soup cookbook has over 50 Homemade Soups that are all ready in under 15 minutes. Add the cream to the soup and heat it up again on the stove if necessary. Saute for about 5 minutes, stirring often, until the onions are translucent. Add it. Charlatan! Once it boils, lower the heat to a simmer and cook for another 5 minutes, or until the onions and celery are completely soft.