Country Split Pea Soup - Buckeye Beans & Herbs - 14oz
Homemade Split-Pea soup - quality comfort food.- thick and delicious.
I discovered Buckeye Bean soups last winter. The split Pea Soup was the first one I made. Add an onion and a pound of ham and you get a wonderful soup. Its fabulous. It was so good I rushed back to the store and bought all the other varieties. I wasn't disappointed. They are all good and make a great meal on a cold winter day.
Best split pea soup ever! Better than mom's!!
Made the soup using chicken broth in place of water. Delicious
I would recommend this product. It is so easy to prepare and the taste is great
I wish I had not used the herb and seasoning packet. It had too much rosermary or some other herb with that flavor, it just stuck to your taste buds and all around your mouth, like a mouth wash!
BB&H Country Split Pea Soup Salivating Good !!!!!!
This soup is beyond 5 star even the cooking process speaks heavily to your inner senses and spirit of comfy cozy and Relaxed!!!!
I added onion can't believe black pepper and tad bit of salt (admitting reserved by trying soup new to me.....but they have beyond proven themselves).............
BEST SPLIT PEA IN THEWORLD
THIS MIX IS FANTASTIC. I ADD HAM HOCKS, CARROTS,CELERY AND ONION, THEN LET IT SIMMER VERY SLOWLY FOR HOURS. EVEN BETTER THE NEXT DAY!
Better than Mama's
I'm hooked on this split pea soup mix. I didn't have any ham, so I braised two pork chops in my pot, then added one chopped onion and water and simmered for 1 1/2 hours. I removed the pork chops to cool and added 2 diced potatoes and 3 diced carrots to the soup until they were cooked. I shredded the pork chops and added back to the soup. IT WAS KILLER GOOD!! As good as when I spend all day making it--- maybe better. No one who loves split pea soup would be disappointed with this fabulous soup mix.
Country Split Pea Soup
This is the BEST dried soup mix I have ever bought. I do make some of my own, but this one did not need ANYTHING except the ingredients called for on the box... some ham and an onion!! We are stocking our EMERGENCY pantry with these (hurricanes here near the Gulf, and who knows what else?) because they would be good AND nutricious for the family with JUST water and nothing else.
Country Split Pea Soup
I am in heaven! I love split pea soup and hardly have the opportunity to find a "good split pea" soup living in Georgia.
Well, I purchase Country Split Pea Soup at Ross for a slightly reduce priced. I had it on my shelf for a few months and today decided to cook it.
Well, I am in heaven. If I had known I would have cooked this long ago.
I love it and will be buying this product no matter where I get it.
I will be trying some of your other soup products as well.
This is fantastic split pea soup and the bonus .... it's simple to make.
Flavoring was too strong!
Love pea soup and here it is all in one box! Yes it was easy and hmmm what is in the seasoning packet? Has the boss ever tasted this? It is way too strong,maybe sage or rosemary? Added my carrots,added my ham and onion but was so sorry when I dumped in all the packet. I would buy it again and be very careful.
Good for the SOUL
I had this split pea soup for lunch at work for 5 days in a row. I tell you I enjoyed every drop of it. During this cold winter season, it was really good for my body and my soul.
Just like my Dad makes!!!!!
This soup was awesome - turned out super thick and the taste was great. Bought it at TJ Maxx along with a few others. We used left over Christmas ham and we both enjoyed it very much.....as well as the left overs! Reminds me of the pea soup my Dad makes. Will for sure buy it again!!
This is absolutely delicious pea soup. I bought a ham steak to cut up rnd use in it. My husband and I had soup for 3 meals from it with a bit more to spare. I bought more for us and gave some away for Christmas.
I made this as directed except that I first braised a large pork chop in the 5 qt. pot and removed to cool. To those drippings, I added the diced onion until translucent. After cooking for one hour, I added a diced medium potato and three small diced carrots and a little salt. I was so impressed with this soup mix that I ordered a case of it so I wouldn't run out over the winter. The seasonings are perfect. I've also made it exactly as directed (rinse peas, add diced onion and 7 cups water) and it's better than any other split pea soup I've ever had. I love to take it to the next level by topping with a spoon of sour cream and shot of brandy. YUM!!!
Split pea soup
One of my fondest memories of childhood was coming home to a dinner that included my mother's homemade split pea soup. Your split pea soup mix reminded me of those times. Thank you for making such a superior product.
Tastes Like You Spent All Day to Make!
I usually make the 4 hour long split pea soup, starting from making a favorful broth to the finished product. Buckeye Country Split Pea soup was fast, easy and darn if it didn't taste better than what I've been making for years.
I added 1 celery stalk (diced) to the onion and ham. Made as directed and oh my goodness....the BEST!
The best! Easy and Delicious
I am asked to make this soup over and over. I cube a one pound turkey ham, add the onion, the peas and spices to a crockpot, PLUS 1 large russet potato diced and three large carrots sliced. Just put it all in the crockpot for 8 hours on low. Easy and Delicious
Warmed down to our toes
I have never reviewed a product before. We have never had such good pea soup. Make as directed or add more vegetables and it will be delicious either way. The seasoning is perfect for the creamy peas. I will never make my own again.
What A Super Yummy Split Pea Soup!!!!
This is the first time I've made this soup, I received it for Christmas because pea soup is my all-time favorite soup! I used the left over ham from Christmas including the bone and what was Left on it. I made as directed adding nothing more. The seasoning and consistancy was absolutely perfect! The seasoning it comes with is SO SO good!!! I'll be rushing back to the store for more, and it was truly made in just 1 1/2 hours (after work and still ate at 6:30PM on a very cold evening!).