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Split Peas with Bacon and Onion (not soup); A Good Day...

Split Peas with Bacon and Onion (not soup); A Good Day...

Split Peas with Bacon and Ham Karmic balance has been restored in my life. After a, somewhat less than perfect day, yesterday. this one started out good and kept getting better. First, our house's internal workings were given a clean bill of health:    The septic tank was pumped and power-scrubbed, getting rid of 50+ years ... Continue reading...

Authentic Greek Fava

Authentic Greek Fava

I grew up steering away from Fava. I’m not entirely sure why, but I believe it has to do with children judging something without even giving it a chance. They see the world from a different perspective than adults and this can sometimes cloud their judgement. Especially when it comes to food. There are times when my daughters’ behaviour is so similar it drives me up the wall, but I always manage to get them to try something new! Funnily enough, at some point in my grown-up life, I ended up in a very picturesque Greek taverna in Ikaria that had a very limited set of appetisers. One of them was this gorgeous Fava in a little dish drizzled with olive oil and garnished with a few capers. It took me a few minutes to change my mind about not liking something I’d never tasted. I took a tiny amount of Fava and spread it on some bread, and my eyes literally lit up the moment it made contact with my tastebuds! How had I gone so long without trying this? Many people don’t realise that Fava is different from Hummus. Although they might look a bit alike, their taste is entirely different. The key difference between Hummus and Fava is that Hummus contains chickpeas while Fava’s primary ingredient is yellow split peas. While both yellow split peas and chickpeas are legumes, the former has a more unique flavour profile. Fava comes from Santorini and is typically prepared with Santorini Fava beans, but a trip to Santorini isn’t cheap these days. This is most likely why yellow split peas became the standard component in Greek restaurants serving Fava. Fava is not only delicious, but it’s also quite healthy since it includes a substantial amount of cholesterol-reducing fibres that keep fat molecules from entering circulation. This dish is simple to prepare, it requires only a handful of ingredients, and most importantly, it’s incredibly delicious! This is one of the most popular appetisers for a good reason.

Health Benefits of Split Peas - Healthier Steps

Health Benefits of Split Peas - Healthier Steps

Split peas are rich in minerals, vitamins, and protein. In today’s article, let’s dive further into the health benefits of split peas.

Persian Beef and Yellow Split Pea Stew - Dreamy Table

Persian Beef and Yellow Split Pea Stew - Dreamy Table

Khoresh Gheymeh is a delicious Iranian beef and yellow split pea stew flavored with tomato paste, spices, and dried limes (limoo amani). The stew served with fried potato and saffron rice Split Pea (chana dal) If you make this Persian Beef and Yellow Split Pea Stew, be sure to leave a comment and tag me on Instagram! Love to hear from you. Follow my Pinterest and Instagram to get more recipes and cooking ideas! Related article: Semolina Dumpling with Beef Stew Persian Beef and Yellow Split Pea Stew Ingredients 1/2 cup yellow split peas 250g beef or lamb 2 tbsp olive oil 1 medium yellow onion, chopped 1/3 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp turmeric powder 2 tsp tomato paste 1 cup tomato puree 3 cups of water 2 Persian dried limes, poked through with a knife 1/2 teaspoon sugar 1/8 teaspoon ground saffron Method Cut the beef into 1-inch pieces, season with salt, and let it sit for 15-30 minutes. Rinse the yellow split peas. Put it in a small pot, and cover with about 1-inch of water. Bring to boil, then lower the heat, and let it simmer for about 10 minutes. Remove from the heat, drain, and rinse to remove any excess starch. …

Scrumptious health dinner with split peas with pumpkin

Scrumptious health dinner with split peas with pumpkin

A comforting vegan healthy dinner recipe with split peas that you'll enjoy each bite of it! Make some extra for the next day and tell you what, it's even more delicious!

Split Pea Soup

Split Pea Soup

How to make Split Pea Soup. Ingredients: Serves 4-6 2 cups green split peas (or yellow or mix of the two)3 large carrots, peeled3 -4 celery ribs, scrubbed1 medium to large sweet onion3 cloves garlic, peeled1 bay leaf1 1/2 tsp kosher salt (or more to taste)1/2 tsp pepper1 tbsp fresh thyme (or 1 teasp

How to Cook Yellow Split Peas | FreeFoodTips.com

How to Cook Yellow Split Peas | FreeFoodTips.com

Learn all the tips and tricks that you can use for cooking dried peas at home in your kitchen. I love this type of legume as it is rich in nutrients and has its own distinct delicious taste. Dried pea

Split Pea Soup  -- Chock Full of Nutrition and Goodness

Split Pea Soup -- Chock Full of Nutrition and Goodness

      Barry recently handed me a seasonal article on the benefits of split peas. These inexpensive legumes help stabilize blood sugar leve...

Mashed split peas

Mashed split peas

Recipe Mashed split peas instant pot - Most of the mashes go well as accompany to a meal but they can also be eaten by themselves as a light supper. The next mash is split peas with garlic and spices. recipe pressure cooker - recipe instant pot

Goan Ros (Yellow split peas curry with soya chunks)

Goan Ros (Yellow split peas curry with soya chunks)

Chunky, hot and spicy curry coconut gravy with yellow split peas and TVP (soya chunks).

Split Pea and Serrano Hummus

Split Pea and Serrano Hummus

A spicy and flavorful hummus made with split peas and serrano peppers.

Smoked Sausage and Potato Split Pea Soup

Smoked Sausage and Potato Split Pea Soup

1. In a dutch oven brown the sausage over medium heat, turning occasionally, about 5 to 6 minutes. 2. Transfer the sausage to paper towels to drain, keep the oil in the dutch oven.3. Stir the onions, garlic, paprika, and 1/2 tsp salt and 1/2 tsp pepper into the oil in the dutch oven and cook for 1 minute. 4. Stir in the stock, and split peas and bring to a boil. 5. Reduce heat to low and simmer for 1 hour, stirring occasionally. 6. Add potatoes and continue to simmer for 30 minutes, or until peas have fully dissolved. Stir occasionally.5. Stir in the sausage and cook for about 15 more minutes.6. Serve

America's Test Kitchen Chunky Ham and Split Pea Soup

America's Test Kitchen Chunky Ham and Split Pea Soup

1. Place ham, bay leaves, and 3 quarts water in large stockpot or Dutch oven. 2. Cover and bring to a boil over medium-high heat. 3. Reduce heat to low and simmer until meat is tender and pulls away from bone, 2 to 2 1/2 hours. 4. Remove ham meat and bone from pot and set aside. 5. Add split peas and thyme to stock. 6. Bring back to boil, reduce heat, and simmer, uncovered until peas are tender but not dissolved, about 45 minutes. 7. Meanwhile, when ham is cool enough to handle, shred meat into bite-sized pieces and set aside. Discard rind and bone. 8. While peas are simmering, heat oil in a large skillet over high heat until shimmering. 9. Add onions, carrots, and celery and saute, stirring frequently, until most of liquid evaporates and vegetables begin to brown (5 to 6 minutes). 10. Reduce heat to medium-low and add butter, garlic, and sugar. 11. Cook vegetables, stirring frequently, until deeply browned, 30 to 35 minutes and set aside. 12. Add sauteed vegetables, potatoes, and shredded ham to pot with split peas. 13. Simmer until potatoes and peas dissolve and thicken soup to consistency of light cream, about 20 minutes more. 14. Season with pepper to taste. 15. Ladle soup into bowls, sprinkle with red onion, if using, and serve, passing balsamic vinegar separately.

Scotch Broth Recipe

Scotch Broth Recipe

This tasty Scotch broth recipe with beef instead of lamb is definitely a winter comfort food dish!  It's a thick hearty stew with beef, barley, split peas and root vegetables.  The perfect recipe to warm you up on a cold day!

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