split pea

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split pea

n
(Cookery) a pea dried and split and used in soups, pease pudding, or as a vegetable

split′ pea′


n.
a dried green pea, split and used esp. for soup.
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Per serving (2 cups): calories 4601 total fat 21 g sat fat 4 g | carbs 55 g | fiber 10 g| protein 15 g sodium 410 mg Yellow Split Pea & Spinach Stew 2 Tbs.
Soup and Cider Go-Togethers" with Thom Pastor features Yellow Split Pea and Ham Soup; Tomato and Rosemary Cream Soup; and Chicken and Mushroom Soup, all served with three to four different ciders.
CUTLINE: (1) Soups prepared by Marjorie Druker: this page, Tuscan Ribollita and Canadian Yellow Split Pea With Ham; (2) opposite page, Butternut Apple with Sage.
Seeds of two legume cultivars, Yellow Split Pea (YSP) and Red Chief Lentil (RCL), were processed with different sources of dietary fiber in a twin-screw extruder.
Ingredients: 2 8oz salmon fillets' 100g green split pea lentils' 100g yellow split pea lentils' 100g puy lentils' 100g brown lentils' 100g red lentils' 2 tbsp of olive oil' 1 bay leaf' 3 shallots chopped or half onion' 1 tsp curry powder' 2 tsp ground coriander' 1 tsp ground cumin' 1 tsp ground masala' 1 tsp chilli powder' half pint chicken stock or veg stock (or even water)' 3 tsp natural yoghurt.
Variations include Split Pea Soup with Pesto, Hungarian Split Pea Soup, with potatoes and bell peppers, or, to brighten up your soup bowl, Yellow Split Pea Soup, using USA yellow split peas.
1 1/2 cups yellow split pea flour or homemade flour (directions follow) 1/2 teaspoon each baking soda and salt 1/4 teaspoon each cayenne, ground turmeric, cumin seed, and caraway seed 1 package (10 oz.
Thanks to China's contribution, WFP will procure and distribute food assistance which includes yellow split peas, iodized salt, vegetable oil and 'Mamta' - a nutritious supplementary food.
Thanks to Chinas contribution, WFP will procure and distribute food assistance which includes yellow split peas, iodized salt, vegetable oil and Mamta a nutritious supplementary food.
If you have some half-containers of Israeli (also called "pearl") couscous, yellow split peas, lentils, and quinoa, you can mix them together to make your own grain blend--colorful and tasty.
Pea protein is made from dehydrated yellow split peas.