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What can I pair w split pea soup?

asked by Mirepoix79 over 5 years ago

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Monita
Monita

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added over 5 years ago

Pea soup is pretty hearty so a large salad with grilled vegetables could be nice; or grilled cheese sandwiches

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TobiT
added over 5 years ago

The Swedes eat thin pancakes with their pea soup (every Thursday!). It's a surprisingly good combo. Thin crepe-like, eggy pancakes with lingonberry jam.

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Burnt Offerings
added over 5 years ago

What about paninis with caramelized onions, gruyere, prosciutto, and mushrooms?

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Pegeen
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added over 5 years ago

Small biscuits with thin-sliced ham and a dab of brown mustard or honey mustard. If you're in a rush, a tube of ready-made biscuits from the dairy case is fine: just use a small cookie cutter or the rim of a smaller glass to cut down the biscuits to smaller size. Re-shape any scraps to form more biscuits.

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arnold solomon
added over 5 years ago

I the earlier years in my professional career, cut up hotdogs or sausage and potatoes, made a very harty meal. A crusty roll finished meal.

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bigpan
added over 5 years ago

Cabbage rolls or stuffed peppers - a nice eastern European dinner. Some crusty bread and all is OK

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chefpeteramirez
added about 4 years ago

I like to pair it with my "Chicken Cordon Bleu melt" fresh sourdough slices spread with garlic butter and grilled with melted cheese, grilled thin sliced ham, crispy chicken tenders and a little honey dijon mustard! mmmmm $8.99 baby!! lol

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Simplyaok
added about 4 years ago

For me it has always been Corn Bread or Corn Bread muffins!!! Yum...

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barbara nivens
added about 4 years ago

Corn bread is good. I add a sm can of diced ortega chilis and a cup to cup & half shredded cheddar cheese

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Sam1148
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added about 4 years ago

A meat 'hand pie' Pasty.

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Pegeen
Pegeen

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added about 4 years ago

Thin-sliced ham on hot biscuits with a mustard-mayo-horseradish schmear

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bigpan
added about 4 years ago

As noted above, pea soup is pretty filling by itself - especially with some nice ham hock in it.
Therefore I would suggest some fresh out of the oven bread. Nothing gets your taste buds going better than the aroma of fresh bread. You can also consider nan bread or even pizza bread with just a sprinkle of olive oil.

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Melissa
added 8 months ago

Grilled cheese, bread spread with cheese whiz, soda biscuits with or without cheese whiz. I personally love loading pea soup with lotsa pepper, making a half grilled cheese with white bread, American cheese & prefer mayo as opposed to butter, because it makes it soggier and better for dipping. I normally like becel or butter when not wig peasoup however.

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