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How to Slow Cook Split Pea Soup & Raw Pork

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The only thing better than sitting down to steaming bowl of split pea soup for dinner is having enough left over for lunch the next day. The soup, which is made from dried split peas, vegetables such as carrots and celery, and pork, is both hearty an

How to Slow Cook Split Pea Soup & Raw Pork

The only thing better than sitting down to steaming bowl of split pea soup for dinner is having enough left over for lunch the next day. The soup, which is made from dried split peas, vegetables such as carrots and celery, and pork, is both hearty and healthy. Prepare the classic soup in a slow cooker for convenience. Place all of the ingredients in the cooker before leaving for the day and come home to a filling meal.

Skill level:Easy

Things you need

2 cups diced raw, uncooked ham3 carrots2 celery stalks and a handful of leaves1 russet potato1 large yellow onion1 bay leafSalt and pepper to taste3289gr. package of split peas6 cups chicken or vegetable broth

Instructions

1 Dice 2 cups of raw, uncooked ham and place it into a 6 qt. slow cooker.

2 Peel and dice three carrots, two celery stalks, one peeled russet potato and one large yellow onion and add them to the slow cooker. Include a handful of celery leaves for added flavour, one bay leaf and salt and pepper to taste.

3 Rinse and pick through one 454gr. package of dried split peas and add them to the slow cooker. Pour in 6 cups of chicken or vegetable broth.

4 Stir the ingredients to mix and place the lid on the slow cooker. Cook the split pea soup for six to eight hours on low or four to five hours on high, or until the peas are soft and the texture is creamy. Remove the bay leaf.

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