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If fresh green or English peas are in season, get busy shelling and make this quick and healthy puréed pea soup that can be served hot or cold. Since many commercial vegetable broths taste overly sweet and funky, try making your own. If you do use canned vegetable broth, be sure to dilute it with some water (about 1 cup of broth to 1 1/2 cups of water). When fresh peas aren’t available, frozen peas are a great substitute.
This recipe is an excellent go-to for cool, early Spring evenings. For dessert, try our easy rice pudding recipe.
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