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My Mother Always Said This Poor Man’s Meal Is Fit For A King!
Is there anything more comforting than a big, hot bowl of your favorite soup on a cold and rainy day? I don’t think so! That’s why I tend to make this delicious split pea soup almost every week when we get to the colder months of the year. This makes such a wonderful lunch or dinner, and I guarantee you’re going to want a second serving.
This soup is perfect for anyone who is trying to keep an eye on their grocery bill. The ingredients are super inexpensive and you can get them year ’round, wherever you are! If you’d like a vegetarian version, you don’t have to add the crumbled bacon and you can use vegetable stock.
I prefer adding the bacon along with the croutons, when I serve this for dinner. But if I’m serving this for lunch or an appetizer, I usually go with the veggie version. I like to use whole-wheat bread for the croutons, but any stale bread will do! A little bit of sour cream will make the serving fancy enough for anyone!
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Quick Tip: To make this vegetarian, omit the bacon and use vegetable stock.