Pea soup, also known as split pea soup, is a heart-healthy soup dish that is loved by many cultures. In addition to being created by many different cultures, all with their own twists on the dish, pea soup can sometimes include ingredients such as ham, pasta, other vegetables, and others of the sort. As a side dish or even the main course, cannabis split pea soup can be a good source of fiber.
Creating your own twist on a dish such as a pea soup can make it your own variation. Who knows, maybe you find the next best ingredient to add. Either way, pea soup is a healthy soup that any age group can enjoy. However, only adults should try out this recipe for cannabis-infused pea soup. Get medicated, stay warm, and stay healthy with our recipes!
We will be using a slow cooker to make this infused soup. The amounts listed below will result in 6-8 servings. This recipe also calls for two types of canna oil. If you are unsure on how to make canna oil, please click here.
- 2 large carrots
- 4 cups of dried split peas
- 1 large white onion
- 2 garlic cloves
- 1 tablespoon of olive canna oil
- 3 tablespoons of coconut canna oil
- 5 cups of organic vegetable broth
- 4-5 cups of water (or how much your slow cooker can hold)
- 3-4 tablespoons 0f white miso paste
- 1 teaspoon of dried thyme
- 2 bay leaves
- 1 teaspoon of salt (more if desired)
- 1/2 teaspoon of black pepper (more if desired)
- Fresh thyme (optional)
- Bread (optional)
Before starting, you should rinse your carrots and dried split peas through a strainer. Then place the peas aside to dry.
First you want to chop up the carrots into bite-size pieces. Also finely dice up the onions and mince the garlic. Place the chopped carrots into your slow cooker.
In a separate large skillet, add one tablespoon of the olive canna oil and heat it over medium heat. Once the oil is hot, add in the diced onions and allow this to cook for about 3 minutes. Next, toss in the minced garlic and cook this for another 2 minutes (or until the onions are translucent and the garlic becomes fragrant).
After that, turn off the heat and place the onions and garlic into your slow cooker with the carrots. Now you can also add in the rinsed split peas (that should have dried by now).
Season (to your desire) the mixture in the slow cooker with salt, pepper and dried thyme. Next, add in the coconut canna oil and miso paste. Mix these ingredients in thoroughly. Then toss in the vegetable broth, water and bay leaves. Give the slow cooker another good mix.
Now its time to cook! Turn your slow cooker on high and cook the soup for 4-6 hours, leaving the lid on. Be sure to occasionally mix the soup throughout the cooking process.
When the cooking is complete, turn off the slow cooker and allow the soup to cool for 3-5 minutes. Next, remove the two bay leaves. Your pea soup is now complete! You can optionally top your pea soup with thyme, or also have a piece of bread with it.
Serve up some warm cannabis pea soup in bowls to all your (adult) friends! Have any other garnishes or seasonings you added to your soup? Drop a comment below to share with us! Thanks for reading!
FAQ: Cannabis Pea Soup
Cannabis pea soup is a highly nutritious, plant-based meal. It is packed with vitamins and minerals, as well as antioxidants, fiber, and proteins. It also contains high amounts of omega-3 fatty acids, which can help support a healthy heart and lower the risk of chronic disease.
Cannabis pea soup is made with a combination of split peas and cannabis-infused oil. Unlike more traditional split-pea soups, cannabis pea soup provides an additional nutritional boost from the cannabis oil and its ability to interact with the endocannabinoid system.
Consuming cannabis pea soup can be completely safe, providing that the cannabis oil has been sourced from a reputable seller and has been prepared correctly. It is also important to ensure that the dosage of cannabis oil is accurate and not too high to avoid potential health risks.