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This soup isn't exactly a pho, but the collection of rich savory flavors and fresh herbs definitely get my mind thinking "pho pho pho" when I eat it.  If it were a true pho, it would have beef instead of mushrooms, and the noodles would be clear rice noodles instead of thick, chewy wheat noodles.  Despite these obvious discrepencies, I shall persist in titling this recipe "Faux Pho".  Personally, I think that for a vegan, this soup is just about the closest you are going to come to finding…

Faux Pho, Vegan Noodle Soup

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Peas, Ham, and Creamy Noodles - Mom did this but we used cream of mushroom instead of half and half and used broccoli instead of peas (you have to use what you have on hand, right?). I also added some cheddar on top. A great recipe for leftover ham!

Peas, Ham, and Creamy Noodles

Peas, Ham, and Creamy Noodles - Mom did this but we used cream of mushroom instead of half and half and used broccoli instead of peas (you have to use what you have on hand, right? I also added some cheddar on top. A great recipe for leftover ham!

Downton Abbey's Split Pea Soup - Mrs. Patmore's gourmet recipe for green or yellow split pea and ham soup served at the castle - kitchennostalgia.com

Split Pea Soup

Patmore's gourmet recipe for green or yellow split pea and ham soup served at the castle

Canadian-style yellow split pea soup is a gift to your leftover ham bone, and to you on a cold day.

Canadian-style yellow split pea soup - I don't ever remember my Mom putting carrots in her soup. If I do add them I will shred them so they disintegrate while cooking but still add sweetness.

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Split Pea, Ham & Barley Soup - I'm in such a fall mood I definitely want to try this soup soon!

A traditional dish for Fridays (a legacy from Quebecs religious past). After cooking, I like to remove about half the peas and puree them in order to thicken the soup. I use a ham bone or pork hocks instead of salt pork. The savoury is essential to get the right flavour. You can also soak the peas overnight instead of using the quick-soak method.

French-Canadian Pea Soup (Soupe aux pois)

French-Canadian Pea Soup (Soupe aux pois) My Meme (Grandmother) was french canadian and this was a favorite meal we enjoyed.never written down.

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