Crockpot Split Pea with Ham Soup

Split Pea with Ham Soup

The only time we ever make this Crockpot Split Pea with Ham Soup is if we have leftover ham. Probably one of the best leftovers we make with leftover ham, but unfortunately, we make this meal at least once a year and typically around the holidays. But this upcoming year will be different as I have at least 2 Ziploc Freezer Bags full of frozen ham from Thanksgiving Dinner’s leftover. I’m determined to make sure we’ll have more than one meal of Split Pea with Ham soup.


Ingredients

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Preparation Time: 10-15 minutes | Cook Time: 6 hours | Serving Size: 8-10

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Kitchen Essentials

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  1. Crockpot
  2. Immersion Blender
  3. Cutting Board
  4. Knife
  5. Measuring Cups and Spoons
  6. Cooking Utensil

Directions

1. Add carrots, celery, green split pea, yellow onions, thyme, salt, garlic, and black pepper in the Crockpot.

2. Place ham bone in the Crockpot with a desirable amount of cubed ham.

3. Add water to submerge all the ingredients to the minimum fill line of the Crockpot.

4. Stir using a cooking utensil for a good mix of all of the ingredients.

5. Set Crockpot to cook for 6 hours.

6. Set to cook for 6 hours, use an immersion blender to blend to preferred smoothness. I like it a bit chunky with some smoothness, so a few pulses would be sufficient.

7. Before serving, taste to adjust salt to taste.

Crockpot Split Pea with Ham So

By: Kay Lalor December 18, 2020
The only time we ever make this Crockpot Split Pea with Ham Soup is if we have leftover ham. Probably one of the best leftovers we make with leftover ham, but unfortunately, we make this meal at least once a year and typically around the holidays. But this upcoming year will be different as I have at least 2 Ziploc Freezer Bags full of frozen ham from Thanksgiving Dinner's leftover. I'm determined to make sure we'll have more than one meal of Split Pea with Ham soup.
Prep: 15m Cook: 360m Total: 375m
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Complexity: Simple
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Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Add carrots, celery, green split pea, yellow onions, thyme, salt, garlic, and black pepper in a Crockpot.
  2. Place ham bone in the Crockpot with a desirable amount of cubed ham.
  3. Add water to submerge all the ingredients.
  4. Stir using a cooking utensil for a good mix of all of the ingredients.
  5. Set to cook for 6 hours, use an immersion blender to blend to preferred smoothness.
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