SPLIT PEA SOUP
1 lb (454g) Split Peas 3 Carrots 8 oz (227g) Broccoli 2 Cups Chicken Broth 1 Onion 2 Tbsp Vegetable Oil 2 Garlic Cloves Salt, Black Pepper PREPARATIONS: 1- Dice the onion and the carrots. 2- Slice the broccoli. 3- Wash/Rinse the split peas. DIRECTIONS: 1- Fry the onions in vegetable oil over medium heat until translucent. 2- Mash fresh garlic into the pot. 3- Add the split peas and fry for 2 more minutes. 4- Stir in diced carrots and broccoli. 5- Garnish with salt and pepper (as you would prefer). 6- Stir in chicken broth. 7- Cover the pot with a lid, simmer the pot for 45 minutes over medium heat.
SPLIT PEA SOUP CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Split pea soup is rich in vitamins, minerals and most of all flavor. Split pea soup is considered a complete meal. It is ranked as Grade A food. It contains most of essential vitamins and mineral that body needs to function. Split peas are an excellent source of molybdenum. It can help prevent a certain cancers. Split pea soup contains very high amounts of vitamin A. Vitamin A is known for its potent effects on vision and eye health. Vitamin A also plays vital role in skin health and immune system. It also contains very high amounts of vitamin B6 and vitamin C. Split pea soup is a good source of manganese, thiamin, and dietary fiber. One serving (3.5 oz / 100g) of Split pea soup has 139 calories (22 calories from fat), 2.4g total fat, 275mg sodium, 427mg potassium and 21.5g total carbohydrates. Split pea soup has 8.7g protein in one serving. It has more than 44 percent vitamin A and 27 percent vitamin C and 9 percent Iron.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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