This recipe has been created in collaboration with Right Foods, all opinions are my own.
A perfect meal for those hot days when you do not want to cook. Think of this as avocado toasts cooler, older brother! Filled with lots of veggies and flavor makes it a great breakfast, lunch, dinner or even snack.
Split pea soup while incredibly delicious can be a bit of a pain to make. It takes a while for the split peas to finally soften and sometimes you just want your food right away. Right Foods split pea soup is full of flavor, so delicious and is ready in only a few minutes. They have so many incredible products ranging in everything from noodles, to soups, to ramens, to oats and so much more. Their products are organic, non-GMO, vegan, some are gluten free. I love their products because they are convenient but also allow me to know I am making a healthy choice when I use their products. You can find their products at a bunch of places Whole Foods, Sprouts, Kroger, Publix, Safeway, Wegman’s and online too!
When I first went vegan I ate way too much avocado toast. I needed an alternative ASAP and this is it. Not only is it full of vegetables, it is delicious and nutritious. Packed with edamame and peas as well as the split pea soup this meal keeps you full and satiated. Feel free to play around with the flavors and add hot sauce, sesame seeds, sriracha there’s so many possibilities!
Of course the other important part of this whole meal is the bread! Be sure to pick your favorite bread and I prefer mine to be a bit of a thicker slice. You can toast it if you like, maybe even get a little fancy and rub some garlic on it for extra flavor. I think a sourdough, baguette, or ciabiatta are great for this.
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1 unit Right Foods Split Pea Soup
1/2 cup hot water
2/3 cup (90g) frozen peas, thawed
1/4 cup (45g) frozen edamame, thawed
1 teaspoon onion powder
1 teaspoon garlic powder
Salt and pepper to taste
1/2 lime, juiced
2 small handfuls arugula
3 to 5 leaves fresh parsley, for garnish
2 slices bread of choice
- Prepare the soup by adding the flavor packet and slowly adding water in until the soup has been rehydrated. It should not be as thin as soup it will be thick and almost paste like.
- In a large bowl mash the peas, edamame, garlic powder, and onion powder until broken down but there is still some texture
- Pour the soup and lime just in and mix until well incorporated. Taste and add salt and pepper accordingly.
- Distribute the spread between the pieces of toast. Top with a little bit of arugula, parsley, black pepper, coarse sea salt and a slice of lime.
Serves 1 to 2