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Moroccan Green Pea Soup

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This traditional Moroccan Green Pea Soup is the perfect meal for a cold winter or even spring night. It is very easy to make, super cheap, and full of nutrition. I was shocked when my very picky 6 year old was eating and enjoying it with bread. He calls it the Green Soup.

If time or money is tight, don’t hesitate feeding this soup to your family.

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 25-30 minutes

Ingredients:

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1 lb of Green Peas
8 Gloves of Garlic
6  Cups of Water
1 Tsp of Cumin
Salt to taste
For Garnishing: Olive Oil and Paprika

Directions:

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Wash the green peas and soak them in water for a few minutes

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In the mean time mince the garlic using a knife or garlic press

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Bring the water to a boil

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Add the green peas, salt, cumin, and garlic to the water and cook for 15-20 minutes

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Take your pot of the heat.
Using a hand blender, blend the soup
till it is smooth

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It should be very creamy just like the picture shows

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Heat it up for about 5 minutes
If it is very thick, you can add about a cup of hot water

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When serving, you can garnish with paprika and olive oil.
Enjoy it hot with your favorite bread.

5.0 from 2 reviews
Moroccan Green Peas Soup
 
Loubna El Maziati:
Ingredients
  • 1 lb of Green Peas
  • 8 Gloves of Garlic
  • 6 Cups of Water
  • 1 Tsp of Cumin
  • Salt
  • For Garnishing: Olive Oil and Paprika
Directions
  1. Wash the green peas and soak them in water for a few minutes
  2. In the mean time mince the garlic using a knife or garlic press
  3. Bring the water to a boil
  4. Add the green peas, salt, cumin, and garlic to the water and cook for 15-20 minutes
  5. Take your pot of the heat. Using a hand blender, blend the soup till it is smooth
  6. It should be very creamy
  7. Heat it up for about 5 minutes.
  8. If it is very thick, you can add about a cup of hot water
  9. When serving, you can garnish with paprika and olive oil.
  10. Enjoy it hot with your favorite bread!

9 Comment

  1. This reminds me of the “split pea soup” my mother used to make when I was younger. We do a lot of Mexican recipes now, but I’m looking to expand our food horizons, and it looks like I came to the right place!

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    1. Jessica, use salt to taste. I don’t usually put how much salt and pepper to use. I truly believe it is a personal preference. Let know how it turned out if you have a chance to try it.
      Thanks for visiting my site 🙂

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