From fresh, vibrant garden pea soups to hearty split pea and ham soups - find loads of pea soup recipes to see you through all the seaons.
A delicious warming soup. It's ideal for those days after Christmas when you want simple warming food - plus you get to use up leftover ham from Christmas. Also a great treat after you have been on a long wintery walk. Published as part of the RSPCA’s Think Pig Christmas Recipes. The RSPCA are are encouraging everyone to ‘Think Pig’ by buying higher welfare pork.
This is a two stage process that takes time, but is well worth the effort. Thick and filling, it can be frozen and pulled out on a cold winter morning. Great every time.
An easy pea soup ready in minutes. It's amazing that something so gorgeously bright and green can come from a bag of frozen peas!
This warming split pea soup is ideal for cold and blustery days. Leftovers will freeze well. Ideal for using up any small bits of cooked gammon.
This fresh tasting pea soup is made with frozen garden peas and garnished with bacon. The bacon dripping helps to give the soup loads of flavour despite having just a handful of ingredients.
A wonderfully satisfying and quick to prepare green summer soup which can be eaten cold on a hot summer day.
This split pea soup is hearty and delicious. Bacon is simmered with leek, carrot and split peas in a rosemary-infused chicken stock. Enjoy for lunch or dinner.
This is a great way to use leftovers from a bone-in ham joint. A ham bone and attached meat is slowly simmered with split peas and carrots. It's a well flavoured and delicious soup.
Named after the dense fogs – once a regular occurrence in London – this thick pea soup is sustaining, nutritious and very simple to make.
People occasionally say that fog is thicker than pea soup. I say they just haven't tried this recipe yet! Not only is this soup incredible delicious but it takes advantage of the available fall and winter root vegetables!