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Split Pea Soup

Source: "Ta'am Tov"


1 medium - Onion
1 lb. bag - Fresh carrots
Meat bones or flanken
1 long cellophane pkg. - Split pea soup mix

Peel onion and carrots and place in a 4 quart or larger pot. Add washed meat bones and/or flanken and 6 cups water. Bring soup to cook for 1/2 hour. Add soup mix package. Allow soup to cook at a slow boil for 2-3 hours (the longer the better). Stir soup before serving. Serves 4-5 people.


 






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