• Fresh Sweet Pea Soup {quick & easy}

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    I’d like to introduce you to my favorite, flash-ready fresh green pea soup. It’s great hot or cold, but right now I’m having it hot because I’m nursing a cruddy cold (maybe flu?) that I watched everyone else suffer through for the past three weeks, smugly thinking I was in the clear.

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    While I can easily sit and eat a plain bowl of hot peas with some lemon juice and grated Parmesan on top and be quite satisfied, it’s nice to have a simple green soup up my sleeve. You just need two bags of frozen peas, or if you’re lucky enough to have access to fresh peas, go for it. I like using leeks in this recipe, but if you don’t have those, yellow or white onions will do the trick too. Green onions (sometimes referred to as scallions) are a great sub as well.

    Occasionally I make this into a meal by adding some protein on top, like a chopped hard-boiled egg, poached salmon or diced roasted chicken. I imagine you can add other spicy and savory toppings as well so I’ll leave the extras to you.


    Posted in Dairy-Free, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Sugar, Nut-Free, Paleo, Quick & Easy, Soup, Vegetarian  |  10 Comments

    10 Responses to Fresh Sweet Pea Soup {quick & easy}

    1. Pingback: Fresh Sweet Pea Soup | scdietnet recipes

    2. danette says:

      We love pea soup as an “anytime meal” for our family. We like to serve it with bacon for our protein and make it as comforting as possible with small grilled cheese too. Thanks for the awesome recipe!

    3. Regina says:

      About to make this lovely soup, but need to substitute normal onions….I am assuming two medium?

    4. Regina says:

      O. M. G.
      This soup is WONDERFUL(and easy to boot)!
      The only thing I added was a little summer savory….the lemon really makes this dish, I think. A keeper, for sure. Thanks so much!
      So pretty, too!

    5. Kathleen Czinner says:

      Just found this recipe – I just have to make this!

    6. Lisa Block says:

      I LOVE peas so I can’t wait to make this soup! I am wondering if you are able to let me know the calories, fat, carb, fiber, etc?
      thanks so much

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