Split peas are a type of legume obtained by drying and splitting green peas. Creamy when cooked, they are commonly used in dishes like split pea soup, and are a staple ingredient in cuisines around the world, including Indian dals, Middle Eastern stews, and British pease pudding.
With their quick cooking time and rich protein content, split peas are an excellent option for comforting and satisfying meals.
Use 100g per portion, and three times the water. Rinse the split peas under cold water. You can let them soak them for 2-4 hours to aid digestibility. In a pot, cover the split peas with water or broth. Bring to a boil, and let it simmer for 30-45 minutes until tender.
Split green peas.
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Cool and dry.
Nutrition-facts (per 100g)