Okay, so I'm not sure if I'm allowed to post a link, but I don't see why I wouldn't be, seeing as this recipe had been posted on a recipe website in order to share with others the joys of delicious soup.
Anyways, as a vegetarian, I'm known for my weaknesses (pulled pork, spare ribs, roast beef sandwiches). One of them happens to be pea soup. Now, I'm not a soup person, but who can resist this salty, protein-filled soup packed full of delicious chunks of ham? Well, I can't, and I always end up hating myself after shovelling down my fourth bowl of soup that day.
Anyways, I decided to look for a vegan pea soup recipe so that I don't have to have a crisis of conscience after gorging myself on some delicious soup. Well, I managed to find an extremely easy, quick recipe that is very good. Honestly, I've cooked less than a dozen times in my life (hey, you can't blame a person for being lazy), yet I made a big pot of it all by myself. Okay, so I had my mom purée it, but who's counting.
Anyways, this pea soup is Robyn certified! I love flesh, but it comes from animals. Basically, I'm a vegetarian who loves meat, but dislikes fruits and veggies. My very existence is a conundrum.
Anyways, if I like this soup, you guys should too. Even diehard meat-lovers. However, you'll want to quintuple up on the amount of salt that the recipe calls for. Here's the link:
Vegetarian Split Pea Soup Recipe | Taste of Home
On a side note, I found that when I ate it on the day that I made it, it tasted a lot like peas. I know, shocking, pea soup that tastes like peas. But pea soup shouldn't taste like you've heated up a bowl of pea baby food. Anyways, by the next day, the disgusting flavour of healthy plant orbs went away. Okay, maybe I'm just sensitive, because my parents had no clue what I was talking about. They went back for seconds, and thirds, so I guess you can just ignore what I said.