Living on a budget ham soup. Fill Your Cart With Color today! Living on a budget ham soup. See recipes for Ham Bone Soup, Hoppin Johns (Black Eyed Peas) too.
But split peas are a higher carbohydrate vegetable so watch your intake if you're on a low carb diet. Living on a budget due to unemployment, one has to find ways to make good meals. Asked for the ham bone at a church function, and they purposefully left ham on the bone for me! You can cook Living on a budget ham soup using 5 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Living on a budget ham soup
- You need 1 of ham bone with ham.
- You need of Any kind of bean – I used kidney, black & garbanzo.
- Prepare of Salt.
- It’s of Pepper.
- Prepare 2 pkg. of Chicken seasoning or bullion cubes.
Chicken seasoning or bullion cubes Steps. Split pea soup cooked with a ham bone is a comfort-food favorite and makes a great thermos lunch on cold or rainy days. It cooks in a few hours on your stove with soaked dried split peas, ham, onion, carrots, and a whole lot of dried herbs and spices. Top with some extra diced cooked ham and shredded cheddar cheese for serving.
Living on a budget ham soup step by step
- Cover ham bone with water & let cook for 1 hour.
- After ham is done, cool before pulling ham off bone and placing back in water. (You can save bone & scraps for pea soup).
- Rince the beans & add to pot. Add chicken seasoning too. Continue cooking to soften beans – I cooked 1 hour..
- Add salt & pepper or any herb/spice you desire to taste.
Turn to low heat and place ham bone into the pot with the beans. Pea and ham soup and terrine. Eleanor Morgan and The Skint Foodie. F loor-to-ceiling stacks of alphabetised books occupy the Skint Foodie's. Creamy yellow pea soup studded with bits of ham, carrots, celery, and thyme.