Split Pea and Potato Soup

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A delicious soup is a perfect light, and healthy lunch idea. Try out this great recipe for a yummy Split Pea and Potato Soup. Recipes for homemade soup are all usually quite simple to make, and this one is no different. When it comes to healthy soups, this one has it all, celery, split peas and potatoes. So it's not only healthy, but it's also really hearty. If you need a bowl of soup that is going to fill your belly, this is the one to try. When you see how easy this soup is to make, you'll find that eating healthy, home cooked meals isn't so hard after all. All it takes is a little planning and some prep work, but it's so worth it in the end. Not only do recipes for homemade soup taste better than canned soups, but they are also much healthier since they don't include preservatives and high amounts of sodium. For best results, try to use organic produce for this recipe.***

Nutrition Facts for: Split Pea and Potato Soup From Grandmother's Kitchen
Ingredients: Olive oil, onion, ham, celery, soup broth, split peas, bay leaf, black pepper, sea salt, cumin, potatoes, carrot.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet* The entire recipe has been calculated for 6 servings.* Per serving: Calories 385, Calories from Fat 52, Total Fat 5.8g 9%, Saturated Fat 1.4g 7%, Cholesterol 8mg 3%, Sodium 1540mg 64%, Potassium 1342mg 38%, Carbohydrates 58.1g 19%, Dietary Fiber 20.3g 81% Sugars 8.3g, Protein 26.8g, Vitamin A 41%, Vitamin C 32%, Calcium 10%, Iron 33%

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