Friday, August 11, 2006

Split pea soup w/ sweet potato and Mexican seasonings


This is one of my favorite soups that I make regularly.. I have found that it is a very good dish for entertaining non vegans. It's from the complete vegan cookbook . And it is fabulous! My oldest son is in town who is a pure carnivore.. Sad but, true. There was a chance he would grace us w/ his presence at dinner time.. I was realistic knowing he would be visiting w/ his good buddies and the chance of him driving back out to our house was really slim to none.. But, secretly I remained Optimistic ..Optimistic enough to make a dinner I knew he would eat despite the lack of flesh...
With it a made a "whole wheat beer quick bread"..(hey veganknitter, I did it! Thanks for the comment/suggestion) this is such a forgiving recipe. Last night I used 1 cup spelt, 1 cup whole wheat, 1/2 cup all purpose and 1/2 cup almond meal.. Many of the reviewers commented about only using non aluminum baking powder or it is too strong tasting. I have made this bread using many flour and beer combos.. The kids prefer a lighter beer (sounds kinda funny huh?), I mean they prefer the bread when i make it using a lighter beer while, I kinda like a darker porter beer it kinda makes it a bit more like sour dough-ish... Happy friday!

5 Comments:

At 8:33 AM, Blogger Melody said...

Split Pea Soup is one of my very favorite things ever.. mmmm

I love to add Chipotle to mine.. I got a laught out of the kids liking the light beer..

 
At 8:34 AM, Blogger Teen Vegan said...

Wow! All of your food looks absolutely amazing! It definitely made me glad that I'm about to go and cook breakfast, lol :)

Sorry, I'm still not sure if it's proper etiquette to reply to a comment on your own blog or on that person's blog, so I hope you don't mind me replying here!

And thanks for the compliment on the stuffed manicotti! It was delicious :)

If I can figure out how, mind if I link you?

 
At 8:17 AM, Blogger Urban Vegan said...

That looks delish, and the seasonings sound innovative. And this also reminds me that I have leftover pea soup in the freezer!

Also, thanks for the link to the quick beer bread. So your kids prefer lighter beer, eh? Funny!

 
At 5:59 PM, Blogger Vegan Knitting said...

I can't remember suggesting anything to you about whole wheat... Could it be the other veganknitter.blogspot.com?

 
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