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Split Pea Saute & Potato Delight. By :Instant Pot Recipe Collection Cookbook. Press Sauté; cook and stir bacon in Instant Pot® until crisp. Split Pea Soup recipe is so easy to make on your stovetop, instant pot OR slow cooker!
Add broth or water and split peas. Change "Saute" mode to "Manual" mode. When I want Split Pea Soup, this is the recipe I crave! You can have Split Pea Saute & Potato Delight using 11 ingredients and 11 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Split Pea Saute & Potato Delight
- It's of Split yellow peas.
- You need of Potato Puree.
- You need of Yellow Onion.
- Prepare of Latin Adobe Seasoning (Gaia's Essence).
- Prepare of Cajun Seasoning (Gaia's Essence).
- Prepare of Sea Salt.
- It's of Water.
- Prepare of Vegetable Broth (use as much as needed to keep covered).
- It's of Red Potatoes.
- You need of Coconut Butter.
- Prepare of Pepper.
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Split Pea Saute & Potato Delight step by step
- Place potatoes in a medium pot cover with water let cook until tender.
- Add 4 cups of water to small pot.
- Add spilt yellow split peas.
- Add onion.
- Add Latin Adobe, sea salt, and Cajun seasoning.
- Bring to a boil.
- Add vegetable broth as needed to keep spilt peas covered.
- Add pumpkin puree.
- Reduce fire to simmer stirring often.
- Cover slightly.
- In a bowl cut up potato mash with coconut butter, add pepper & mix. Spoon in desired amount of split saut?. . Add more seasoning as desired. Enjoy it's banging!.
Just dried peas, celery, carrots, chicken broth and water in this easy, slowly cooked, stovetop soup. Delicious, thisck and very filling soup! I doubled the recipe and freeze some. Bonus: split peas soften while cooked, so you don't need to soak them overnight! To be honest, I've always been on the fence about split pea soup, as it always seemed a bit ho-hum to me, but this.
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