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22 Side Dishes for Split Pea Soup You Need to Try

Deciding what you can serve alongside your split pea soup for dinner? Look no further!

Split pea soup is an filling recipe that’s a sure-fire win for those cold days during winter. Some split peas are more of an earthy, yellow color whilst the more well-known variety are sweeter and green

We’ve rounded up the best split pea soups, with a variety of different dishes so that there is something for everyone.

Dutch Oven Bread

A no-knead bread recipe with just four ingredients. While you will need a little bit of patience for this loaf, it requires half the effort of a traditional recipe.

Simply mix, rest, and bake this easy dough to have a crisp golden loaf ready for dinner. This low-fat bread is ideal for spreads, toppings, or for dunking into a hot bowl of soup.

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Prosciutto Bread (Lard Bread)

Inspired by traditional Italian cooking, this recipe makes a deliciously simple bread with rich ingredients. Basic bread dough is transformed by the deep and beautifully balanced flavors of lard and diced prosciutto.

This loaf is savory, simple, and makes a spectacular centerpiece. Enjoy it sliced thickly and served alongside your soup with a lick of fresh butter.

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Sweet Potato Rolls with Maple Bacon Glaze

Sticky, sweet, salty, and savory in every bite. These bread rolls are a perfect dinner accompaniment.

They capture cozy and wholesome seasonal flavors of sweet potato and warming cinnamon, as well the year-round joy of satisfying thick-cut bacon.

Bake this easy enriched dough in a muffin tray for easy shaping and baking, and enjoy its gorgeous colors and textures.

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Mushroom and Corn Saute

A simple side dish for all seasons. This quick and easy saute recipe combines fresh mushrooms with handy freezer and store cupboard ingredients.

It’s a tasty and textured plate that’s ideal for when you can’t necessarily use seasonal produce to pair with your main dish. Sliced mushrooms are sauteed and stirred until soft with butter and seasonings before adding sweet crisp corn to finish.

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Tomato Bacon and Cabbage Saute

A deliciously balanced plate you can have ready in minutes. This saute side dish is soft and crisp at the same time, with sweet and savory flavors in each mouthful.

Simple store cupboard ingredients and seasoning are combined with fresh chopped cabbage and just a few rashers of bacon for a bold yet balanced flavor. It’s a nutritious and tasty partner for any dish.

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Garlic Parmesan Baguette Crisps

Tasty and versatile crisps for any occasion. This recipe will help you create delicious high-quality baguette crackers without the luxury price tag. Stale baguette is sliced and refreshed by seasoning, flavoring, and toasting to perfection.

Keep them classic or get creative with garlic, fresh herbs, Parmesan cheese, or your other favorite flavors. These crisps make a perfect snack or side for any healthy main dish.

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Bisquick Cheddar Biscuits

Super simple biscuits made in a flash. Put that box of Bisquick to good use with some garlic and shredded sharp cheddar cheese to create these bountiful biscuits.

Even beginner bakers can take on this recipe, with only a bit of stirring, shaping, and cooking needed to create a tasty result. Don’t forget to brush them with melted butter for that golden color!

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Roasted Eggplant

Need a side dish that’s low-carb, plant-based, and flavorful? This recipe will help you make a tasty bite-sized snack or side that’s versatile enough to pair with many main dishes.

A simple seasoning blend turns plain eggplant into savory and nutritious nibbles. Once roasted until golden and caramelized, finish with a sprinkling of vibrant fresh parsley before serving.

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Rye Bread

Deep, dark, and delicious. This boldly-flavored bread is richer in both taste and texture than regular white or whole wheat loaves.

Sticky black treacle and barley malt extract create depth of flavor, while rye flour and sunflower seeds provide chew and crunch. Not only is this recipe nutritious, but its strong flavor pairs well with bold main dishes without being overwhelmed.

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French Carrot Salad

A quick and easy recipe to dress up those carrots lurking at the bottom of the fridge. This carrot salad is a nutritious, tasty, and simple side dish that can be made in minutes.

Shredded carrots are dressed up in a fuss-free vinaigrette made with dijon mustard and smooth oil. Don’t forget some fresh chopped chives for extra color and flavor!

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Red Lobster Cheddar Biscuits

Now you can whip up some restaurant-quality biscuits in your own kitchen. These fluffy, cheesy biscuits are as quick as they are easy.

In just twenty-five minutes you can have a full batch of buttermilk biscuits on the table, flavored with sharp white cheddar cheese, cayenne pepper, and fresh parsley. These are delicious all on their own, or as a tasty side with dinner.

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Southern Summer Squash Casserole

A rich and delicious way to eat that healthy summer squash. Thin slices of the seasonal vegetable are layered up with a creamy concoction of tangy mayonnaise, sweet onion, bold garlic, and savory cheeses.

Once baked, you’ll have a creamy casserole to serve as a side dish for any summer dish. A fresh and nutritious dish to help you enjoy your vegetables when salad doesn’t quite satisfy.

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Irish Soda Bread

World-famous simple soda bread that you can make at home. Inspired by traditional Irish baking, this loaf needs just four ingredients and a little bit of patience.

You can have tasty crusty bread on the table in a fraction of the time of normal bread recipes. Plus, this buttermilk-scented loaf is a perfect partner to any spread and makes a great side dish.

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Ciabatta

Crusty and chewy ciabatta bread inspired by Italian cooking. This classic recipe requires a few hours of dough-resting but is worth every moment of waiting.

A bowl of sticky dough becomes bread that’s worth becoming the star of lunch or dinner. With just a handful of ingredients and some patience, you’ll be able to create a truly authentic and delicious loaf at home. 

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Savory Sweet Potato Bites

The tastiest new way to up your nutrient intake. Thinly sliced sweet potato is dressed with olive oil and seasonings before being roasted until tender.

Each round is then topped with creamy, zesty, mashed avocado and crisp bacon pieces. These savory bites are ideal for sharing or for serving up as an indulgent yet nutritious side dish.

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Air Fryer Egg Rolls

Crispy, meaty, savory snacks in no time at all. Tender ground beef seasoned with ginger, garlic, and sesame is cooked with fresh vegetables and wrapped in thin crisp pastry.

These egg rolls make an ideal appetizer or side dish in just a few minutes thanks to the air fryer. You’ll want to keep a flavorful dip on hand to make these even more delicious.

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Herbed Beer Bread

Got a spare can of beer? This herbed beer bread cleverly swaps water for beer in its dough, adding better flavor and color to every slice.

You can impart even more flavor to this perfect meal accompaniment with some aromatic dried thyme before baking it to golden perfection.

Why not try adding homemade Everything-Bagel-style seasoning mix, or maybe some sharp cheddar cheese too?

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Peach Chicken Brie Quesadilla

A delicious fusion recipe that’s not to be missed. This quesadilla recipe will have a truly tantalizing snack or side dish on the table in just fifteen minutes.

Fresh sweet summer peaches, chopped chicken, bold brie cheese, and sweet chili sauce are layered and cooked together inside a crisp tortilla. Enjoy soft, crispy, sweet, and salty in every bite.

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Garlic Bread

 

Sometimes you can’t beat the classics. If you’ve ever wanted to make restaurant-style garlic bread at home, now you can.

This recipe will help you quickly put together a sharing loaf of classic buttery garlic bread, complete with aromatic herbs for that fresh finish. It will feed a crowd or make leftovers for tomorrow’s dinner, either way, this recipe is one to keep.

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Easy Kale Salad with Apple Cider Vinegar Dressing

Make those leaves more exciting. Nutritious kale is mixed with sharp cheddar cheese, sweet chewy raisins, and creamy pine nuts in this healthy recipe.

Toss it all with tangy vinegar, sweet maple syrup, olive oil, and seasonings for extra taste. Don’t forget to add and massage in that dressing ahead of time to nicely flavor and soften those dark leaves.

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Oat Bread

Fluffy bread without the fuss. This oat bread is light and tender with a gentle texture from wholesome oats. Unlike regular bread recipes, there’s no need to add yeast or wait hours for the dough to rest.

You can whip up this healthy yogurt-lightened loaf in an hour, even as a beginner baker. Slice it up as a side to make that dinner more satisfying.

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Vegan Mushroom Crostini

A vegan snack or side dish that’s deliciously and deeply savory. These mushroom crostini are a party of tastes and textures. Sweet and salty flavors blend beautifully with creamy and crunchy consistencies. Cremini mushrooms carry a meaty depth of flavor, softened nicely with some smooth plant-based cheese. Simply assemble, bake, sprinkle over some fresh thyme sprigs, and serve.

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