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    Princess Punk Guest

    Default Hi

    I am looking for a frozen pea soup recipe
    can anyone help me??

  2. #2
    aem Guest

    Default Re: Hi

    On May 23, 5:19*pm, Princess Punk <Meggzie...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > I am looking for a frozen pea soup recipe
    > can anyone help me??


    There are two possibilities, depending on what you mean.

    One is, thaw container of frozen pea soup, put contents in pan, heat
    to simmering.

    The other is, make pea soup, then freeze it.

    Which did you have in mind? -aem

  3. #3
    aem Guest

    Default Re: Hi

    On May 23, 5:19*pm, Princess Punk <Meggzie...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > I am looking for a frozen pea soup recipe
    > can anyone help me??


    There are two possibilities, depending on what you mean.

    One is, thaw container of frozen pea soup, put contents in pan, heat
    to simmering.

    The other is, make pea soup, then freeze it.

    Which did you have in mind? -aem

  4. #4
    Serene Guest

    Default Re: Hi

    aem wrote:
    > On May 23, 5:19 pm, Princess Punk <Meggzie...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >> I am looking for a frozen pea soup recipe
    >> can anyone help me??

    >
    > There are two possibilities, depending on what you mean.
    >
    > One is, thaw container of frozen pea soup, put contents in pan, heat
    > to simmering.
    >
    > The other is, make pea soup, then freeze it.


    I thought it was a third possibility, which is "make soup from
    frozen peas".

    I do it this way:

    Toss a quart of chicken stock and a pound of frozen peas in a soup
    pot with just enough added water to cover, and bring to a boil. Add
    salt and whatever veggies/herbs/spices you're in the mood for -- I
    go for just onion, celery, and a good amount of black pepper. Simmer
    for 10-20 minutes. Blend and add a bit of cream. Serve hot or cold.

    Serene

  5. #5
    Serene Guest

    Default Re: Hi

    aem wrote:
    > On May 23, 5:19 pm, Princess Punk <Meggzie...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >> I am looking for a frozen pea soup recipe
    >> can anyone help me??

    >
    > There are two possibilities, depending on what you mean.
    >
    > One is, thaw container of frozen pea soup, put contents in pan, heat
    > to simmering.
    >
    > The other is, make pea soup, then freeze it.


    I thought it was a third possibility, which is "make soup from
    frozen peas".

    I do it this way:

    Toss a quart of chicken stock and a pound of frozen peas in a soup
    pot with just enough added water to cover, and bring to a boil. Add
    salt and whatever veggies/herbs/spices you're in the mood for -- I
    go for just onion, celery, and a good amount of black pepper. Simmer
    for 10-20 minutes. Blend and add a bit of cream. Serve hot or cold.

    Serene

  6. #6
    aem Guest

    Default Re: Hi

    On May 23, 5:49*pm, Serene <ser...@serenepages.org> wrote:

    > I thought it was a third possibility, which is "make soup from
    > frozen peas".
    >
    > I do it this way:
    >
    > Toss a quart of chicken stock and a pound of frozen peas in a soup
    > pot with just enough added water to cover, and bring to a boil. Add
    > salt and whatever veggies/herbs/spices you're in the mood for -- I
    > go for just onion, celery, and a good amount of black pepper. Simmer
    > for 10-20 minutes. *Blend and add a bit of cream. Serve hot or cold.
    >

    Good answer! I didn't have one, so treated it as a joke, but I'll
    remember this idea and try it someday. Think I might add just a
    little bit of diced carrot...... -aem



  7. #7
    aem Guest

    Default Re: Hi

    On May 23, 5:49*pm, Serene <ser...@serenepages.org> wrote:

    > I thought it was a third possibility, which is "make soup from
    > frozen peas".
    >
    > I do it this way:
    >
    > Toss a quart of chicken stock and a pound of frozen peas in a soup
    > pot with just enough added water to cover, and bring to a boil. Add
    > salt and whatever veggies/herbs/spices you're in the mood for -- I
    > go for just onion, celery, and a good amount of black pepper. Simmer
    > for 10-20 minutes. *Blend and add a bit of cream. Serve hot or cold.
    >

    Good answer! I didn't have one, so treated it as a joke, but I'll
    remember this idea and try it someday. Think I might add just a
    little bit of diced carrot...... -aem



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