Pea and Mint Soup

What I really love about this soup is the refreshing mint and the creamy yoghurt. It is a really filling and satisfying dish which goes great for lunch or even dinner. I do also have a little mint obsession, from tea to cakes, to chocolate to toothpaste. I just really love mint (^-^)

What You Need:

2 cloves of garlic sliced , 5 tablespoons of rough chopped mint , 50g butter, 2 tbsp olive oil, 750g garden peas, 750ml vegetable or chicken stock , 400ml natural yoghurt, 1 egg yolk, 1 table soup of flour.

First melt the butter in a large saucepan with the oil and then add the garlic, heat on a simmer until golden and then stir in half of the mint. Now add the peas and stir into the garlic oil, finishing with half of the stock and then simmer for 5-10 minutes. After transfer the pea mixture to a blender and blitz until smooth. Notice the deliciously green colour. (^-^) Trasfer back to the pan.

In a separate bowl prepare the yoghurt. Add the yolk and flour and whisk, now whisk in the yoghurt, followed by the rest of the stock. Whisky together until everything is combined well. Now add the thinned yoghurt to the processed peas in the pan. Gently stir in and set the pan on a medium heat. Before the soup starts to bubble/boil take it off and serve warm with some nice bread and an extra drop of yoghurt on top.

Green is good.


Filed under Soups & Sauces

7 responses to “Pea and Mint Soup

  1. I’m a pea an mint babe…anyday, from pesto to puree to soup. I’ve never put in egg yolks thoughand I’ve used creme fraiche. Anyhow, I love the clean flavours of the mint…not to mention the bright green!

  2. Hey, this looks great! I will have to keep an eye on your blog in the future! Thanks for the comment on mine by the way 🙂


  3. What a combination — two of my favorite flavors! Thanks for sharing. Looks great.

  4. scribblegurl

    This turned out so pretty, it makes me wish I liked peas. 🙂 I added you to my blog link list. 🙂

  5. This soup looks/sounds amazing. I’m on my way to the store in 5 min. to pick up ingredients. I already have another loaf of bread rising. I think it will be the perfect accompaniment. Thanks for checking out my blog. I’ll be checking yours more often for some cooking inspiration! a

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