Nothing beats the velvety texture of split peas. If you couldn’t agree more, check out this list of split pea recipes!
I think split peas are insanely underrated. Not only do they taste like little pockets of deliciousness, but they’re uber-nutritious, too!
The little green beans (and yes, they are technically part of the legume family), are rich in protein and fiber.
They also contain impressive amounts of zinc, iron, magnesium, potassium, and more.
I’ve listed 11 of the best split pea recipes so you can take advantage of this delicious, nutritious bean.
If you’re craving a little nostalgia, you can’t go wrong with this split pea soup.
It tastes exactly how mom made it, except even better.
Every hearty spoonful combines smoky ham, tender split peas, and fresh vegetables for one nourishing bite.
Trust me, this soup needs to be in your weekly rotation of dinners this winter.
This rustic Mediterranean split pea soup will make your palate swoon.
I mean, how can you beat the combination of caramelized onions, fresh herbs, and sun-dried tomatoes?
The best part about this soup is the homemade crouton topping, which adds a savory crunch to every bite.
If you’re trying to achieve a little balance in the health department this holiday season, this vegan stew will serve you well.
Let’s go back to basics with this recipe for cooked split peas.
Whether it’s Christmas brunch or Thanksgiving dinner, you’ll love serving this healthy side dish alongside your festive fare.
All you need to create this simple dish is water (or broth if you’re feeling fancy), split peas, and salt. That’s it!
In just 25 minutes, you can have these silky split peas ready to serve.
Now, here’s a new take on split peas that will blow your mind.
If you only associate split peas with mushy stews, you’re in for a treat.
This recipe showcases the many possibilities of the green bean.
By using just a handful of pantry staples, you can turn the ordinary bean into the ultimate snack food.
Every handful tastes crunchy, salty, and will satisfy any late-night munchies.
The only difference is you won’t feel the post-snacking regret in the morning.
Whether you need an easy lunch or a simple side dish, this yellow split pea dahl does not disappoint!
By swapping in split peas for lentils, you’re able to create an unforgettable texture in every bite.
You’ll love the combination of savory flavors and cozy spices that tickle your tastebuds with yummy goodness.
When you have a spare hour on a lazy Sunday afternoon, do yourself a favor and make this delicious dahl.
Here’s another ingenious way to use split peas.
If hummus is your go-to healthy snack, why not shake things up a bit with this unique recipe?
It hits all the familiar flavors of a classic chickpea hummus with an even creamier texture.
I mean seriously, there’s so much silky smoothness in this split pea hummus. You’ll love dunking your pita bread into this decadent dip.
After trying this ultra-creamy hummus, you might have a hard time going back to its chickpea counterpart.
This split pea salad is just begging you to make it on a balmy July evening.
The delicate, citrusy flavors complement the summer season so perfectly.
Plus, the extra fiber doesn’t hurt when you have a whole afternoon of outdoor activities planned.
This meal will power you through swimming, hiking, or even just lounging by the pool.
You won’t need to worry about feeling weighed down after gobbling up this salad.
While this recipe goes heavy on the ingredients it comes together quickly. So you can spend more time soaking up the rays.
If tortilla soup is your go-to comfort food, take this recipe for a spin. You’ll love the fun twist on traditional split pea soup.
Between the hearty split peas, rich tomato broth, and juicy ground beef, you’re looking at one wholesome soup.
If that’s not good enough, every heaping spoonful is overflowing with cheesy goodness.
Trust me, no blistering cold day is a match for this warm, cozy bowl.
You won’t believe how much flavor is in this 7-ingredient curry.
Your palate won’t know what to love more, the creamy coconut milk, aromatic red curry, or the velvety split peas.
If the weather is looking a little ‘blah’ outside, allow this vibrant curry to lift your spirits.
It’s the perfect, plant-based pick-me-up.
Just as the title suggests, you can create delicious split pea tortillas using only 1 ingredient!
Instead of using corn to make tortillas, you make these tasty flatbreads using split peas.
After soaking your peas in water, you blend them with salt to achieve a batter with a smooth consistency.
Add a dollop to a hot skillet, smooth into a 6-inch circle, and let your tortilla cook like a crepe.
In just a few simple steps, you can create easy tortillas that pack a huge nutritional punch.
Not only are these wraps free from any oil, grains, and sugar, but they also carry a massive amount of protein and fiber.
Plus, how can you beat that pretty green color? Think of the possibilities for St. Paddy’s Day. (Green tacos anyone?)
You’ll fall in love with this silky texture in this split pea soup.
You enhance the velvety texture of split peas with creamy potatoes and coconut milk to create one unforgettable spoonful.
Every creamy bite is complemented by flavors of fresh thyme, garlic, and pepper.
This one-pot meal takes under 40 minutes, and you can also make it in an Instant Pot for extra ease.
If that’s not good enough, this recipe is also vegan and gluten-free.
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