Chicken Split Pea Soup
Split peas, Thyme sprig, Sesame oil, White sesame seeds, Pasture-raised chicken
Dinner • 800g
Our version of split pea soup, made with our collagen and protein rich chicken stock.
Dietary & Lifestyle Attributes
No Added Sugar
Split peas, Thyme sprig, Sesame oil, White sesame seeds, Apple cider vinegar, Celery, Black peppercorns, Pasture-raised chicken stock (free-range chicken bones, carrot, celery, yellow onion, bay leaf, thyme, black peppercorns), Carrot, Pasture-raised chicken, Pasture-raised chicken backs, Yellow onion, Bay leaf, Thyme, Celery, Carrot, Black peppercorns, Apple cider vinegar, tarragon, parsley
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Instructions for Reheating & Enjoying
1) Pour soup into pot with 1/4 c water. 2) Bring to simmer on medium-low heat, stir occasionally. Simmer 5 mins until hot. 4) Let cool & enjoy!
1) Pour soup into microwave-safe bowl with 1/4 c water. 2) Heat for 90-120 sec. 3) Stir & repeat until hot. 4) Let cool & enjoy!
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