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Fertility Foods: Split Pea and Short Rib Soup Blog Feature
Deborah Reichentahl

By: Deborah Reichentahl on February 4th, 2020

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Fertility Foods: Split Pea and Short Rib Soup

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Craving a hearty soup that is deceivingly easy to make? Try this Split Pea and Short Rib Soup! Impress your guests (or just your own belly) with this healthy, high-fiber, high-protein meal.

Now, don't be intimidated by "short rib" feature... it's actually the easiest part! Check out this video recipe hosted by Deb Reichentahl, RMA of Connecticut's Practice Engagement Specialist. She loves a good soup and suggests making this on a Sunday and enjoying all week long!

 

Split Pea and Short Rib Soup

Makes 8 bowls

2 boxes split pea soup mix (including seasoning packets)

1 vidalia onion, diced

4 carrots, peeled and diced

16 oz butternut squash, chopped

2 lbs bone-in short rib

 

Directions:

Combine all ingredients in a large stock pot.

Cover with cold water.

Bring to boil. Once boiling, reduce heat and simmer for 4 hours.

Shred the short rib meat from the bone.

Serve and enjoy! Also good to freeze for later!

 

About Deborah Reichentahl

Deborah Reichentahl is our Practice Engagement Specialist. Deborah works with referring providers to ensure they provide resources to their patients who may need help to family building. In her free time, Deborah enjoys cooking with her family!