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Yellow Split Pea Soup with Saffron and Crispy Croutons

Yellow Split Pea Soup with Saffron and Crispy Croutons

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This yellow split pea soup with saffron and crispy croutons is a simple, vegetarian creamy soup recipe with incredible flavors and vibrant colors! 

I love creamy soups and this is not a secret anymore! And by love I mean I am absolutely crazy about them! Everytime I make a new recipe of creamy soup I eat double or triple servings. I even created my own top 5 best creamy soups:

1. Green Peas Creamy Soup

2.  Red Lentil Creamy Soup

3. Yellow Split Pea Soup – straight to 3rd place, the green peas soup will remain my all time favorite :)

4. Potato and Carrot Caraway Flavored Creamy Soup

5.  Mushroom Creamy Soup with Garlic Flavored Baguettes

I always look for new creamy soup recipes to try, but I always create my own version and add new ingredients. By the way, I always see creamy soup recipes that are so thick they almost look like purées. Seriously, who likes that?! If I want to eat a veggie purée, I’ll eat a veggie purée, but soup is supposed to be liquid, right? I’d really like to know your opinion on this. How do you like your creamy soups?

I bought some yellow split peas recently and had no idea what to do with them. I remembered yesterday about how much I loved the green peas soup and decided to make this yellow split pea soup. I figured it will be just like making lentils soup. Well, the difference was that you have to boil yellow split peas for about an hour, unlike the lentils which are ready in less than 20 minutes.

What I love about this yellow split pea soup is its vibrant color! I added just a pinch of turmeric and garnished it with saffron. I think this yellow split pea soup goes very well with saffron, but we all know how expensive it is, so if you don’t have any don’t worry, this yellow peas soup is great with sour cream or croutons too.

P.S. I saw so many wonderful variations of this yellow split pea souprecipe – indian, spicy, sour etc. This Swedish version caught my eye. Will try it soon! :)

Yellow Split Pea Soup with Saffron, Sour Cream and Croutons

Yellow Split Pea Soup with Saffron and Crispy Croutons

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 1 hour, 10 minutes

Yield: 8+ servings

Yellow Split Pea Soup with Saffron and Crispy Croutons

This is a delicious and healthy vegetarian soup recipe for yellow peas soup with veggies and saffron.

Ingredients

  • 250g dry yellow split peas
  • 3 medium potatoes, cubed
  • 1 onion, quartered
  • 1 carrot, sliced
  • 1 cup chopped celery root
  • butter or olive oil, abut 2 tbsps
  • sea salt and white pepper, to taste
  • a pinch of turmeric
  • whole grain croutons (optional)
  • saffron (optional) – for garnish
  • sour cream (optional)
  • parlsey (optional) – for garnish

Instructions

  1. Put the peas in a pot, covered with water, and let it boil for about 40-50 minutes. Replace the water in the pot with fresh water after half an hour; this way it won’t cause any bloating as it usually has the same effects as beans.
  2. After 50 minutes, add cubed potatoes, sliced carrot, celery, onion, salt and pepper. Boil for anouther 20 minutes. Add more water if needed, just enough to cover the veggies (don’t add too much or the soup will be too liquid, you can adjust it’s thickness later).
  3. Remove from heat and add olive oil or butter and turmeric and stir well.
  4. Using a vertical blender, start blending until the soup is creamy.
  5. Garnish with saffron, parsley, sour cream or croutons…your choice :)
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About Ruxandra

Freelance graphic/web designer and architecture student with a passion for nutrition, healthy eating and blogging. | Studenta la arhitectura si web designer cu o pasiune pentru nutritie, alimentatie sanatoasa si blogging.

10 comments

  1. Thank you Ruxandra for this wonderful recipe! I am with you on the texture of creamy soups. They have to be dense, but not at a puree consistency. Sometimes the soup thickens up if we don’t finish at one sitting. Then I like adding some stock to thin it out. As another fan of creamy soups I like how delicious this was even though I left out the dairy. I will have to head over to the other soups in your top 5.

  2. Imi pare rau sa am vazut aceasta reteta abia acum, mai ales ca in aceste zile tin un regim de detoxifiere.
    Oricum, imediat ce termin cura fac reteta propusa de tine. Multumesc din suflet.

    • Ma bucur mult ca iti place. E una din retetele mele preferate! De abia astept sa imi spui cum ti-a iesit :D

      • Draga Ruxandra, in sfarsit am reusit sa gatesc aceasta minunata supa crema. Trebuie sa precizez ca imi place foate mult mazarea galbena, din aceasta cauza mi-a cazut cu tronc aceasta supa. Din punctul meu de vedere este cea mai buna supa crema pe care am mancat-o pana acum. Iti Multumesc pentru reteta. Felicitari pentru blog.

        • Mersi mult! Ma bucur ca ti-a placut :D Si mie imi place mazarea galbena la nebunie insa o gatesc mai rar pentru ca trebuie pusa la inmuiat si dureaza mai mult. Mi-ai facut pofta acum ca mi-ai amintit de reteta..cred ca o sa o incerc si eu din nou :D

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