How to make it

  • combine all ingrediens except butter in large soup kettle
  • bring to a strong rolling boil
  • reduce heat to a simmer and simmer covered about two to three hours.
  • Add more water if needed
  • stir occasionaly to prevent sticking
  • When soup is thick and fragrant add butter
  • stir and serve. This is so good on a cool day.

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  • mizsavory 9 years ago
    Since I found this recipe a few weeks ago, I have made two batches and the family loves it. I think it is going to be one of the favorite meals of this winter.
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  • kibbypibb 10 years ago
    Another yummy soup to try this winter.

    Where can one buy chicken flavored stock that does not have chicken in it? I have never heard of it before.
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  • riverrat715 10 years ago
    I am so glad you enjoyed the soup. I put a lot of butter in because my Husband is the thinest guy around. He is 5' 10" and only weighs 120 lbs. I should be so lucky, LOL!! This is a great soup for fall and is so good with a nice piece of corn bread.
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    " It was excellent "
    grumblebee ate it and said...
    This was a wonderful and flavourful soup. My Mom, who is used to the regular "ham hock" cooked split pea soup, loved this too. I think I have converted her because she even asked me for the recipe! Hehe. :)

    But yeah... i loved this. I loved the addition of carrot as well as leaving the onion and potato in chunks. It added some interesting texture and the carrots added a bit of colour too.

    This is a new favourite. Thanks so much for sharing it here!

    (by the way, i halved the amount of butter and it was still nice and creamy and buttery smooth)
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