Yellow or green split peas are at home in recipes from dhal to salsa. Split pea soup, of course, is a warming winter staple.
One of my many favourites, this split pea and ham soup is made from scratch. Slow simmering the ham or bacon bone for hours with veggies to make a delicious base before adding the peas.
These delicious curry puffs are made with puff pastry, green split peas and curry powder. Serve them as an appetiser or a main with spicy relish.
This easy split pea soup recipe is nice because you don't have to soak your peas overnight. And it tastes great too.
Thick, hearty pea and ham soup is just perfect in winter. It's especially good served with warm toasted rye bread.
This classic comfort food will raise your spirits on a chilly day.
An abundant source of fibre and protein, split peas also supply good amounts of minerals, including iron and magnesium, and the disease-fighting B vitamin, folate.
A hint of curry powder separates this split pea soup from the rest. It also has lemon juice, garlic, carrots, onions, celery, stock, Italian herbs and cayenne.
This simple but effective soup uses the traditional ingredient profile of onion and celery with the slight twist of curry powder.
These are a great Indian snack made from split pea flour and a blend of spices. Goes well with mango chutney.
A cup of pea and ham soup is the perfect thing when it is cold outside. This recipe is even better the next day.