Andersen's Split Pea Soup in a Gift Bag includes 1 lb of dried split peas and our recipe printed on the back of a canvas gift bag. Each bag make approximately 8 bowls of split pea soup. These make great gifts!
Posted by Jan Anthony on 12th Jan 2017
I love Split Pea Soup. Unable to purchase good tasting split peas at my local Raleys grocery store in Oroville, Calif. Happy that I can buy them from your company. Thank You, Jan Anthony
Posted by Pamela La Londe on 20th Nov 2016
I love this nostalgic bag and the smell that wafts through the house of split pea soup cooking. When I was young, it was easy to smell the soup from Andersen's from the 101 freeway. Cooking it brings back the experience, but I can't do it as well as Hap-Pea and Pea-Wee!
Posted by Unknown on 16th Jul 2016
I used chicken stock instead of water. Came out thick just the way I like it.
BTW, everything was packed like it was going to be air dropped from 30,000 ft.
Posted by Debbie G on 23rd Feb 2016
I first tasted Anderson's Split Pea soup in Buelton CA on my honeymoon. After that we had a case of it mailed to us in Il. Our friends were just out in Solvang CA and we had told them about the resturant. They loved the soup and brought us back a sack of the dried peas and spices. We made it according to directions only adding some ham and it was just as good as eating it there. So we ordered 6 more sacks of it.
Posted by Bons on 15th Dec 2015
I hope I can do as well cooking up a pot of pea soup ala Andersens canned pea soup.
Posted by frank matranga on 20th Sep 2015
I made the pea soup according to instructions on the bag and it was just delicious. The soup brought me back to many times that my business
mostly north off san francisco brought me back to my home in Los angeles
but i always stopped at Pea Soup andersen's for a bowl and things before going on home. haven;t been up your way since retiring but you soup has prompted me to make a special trip to enjoy the abeyance and the great
Posted by Rustti on 12th Mar 2015
I love making this soup. I get the chopped onion, celery and carrot mix from Trader Joes--toss it in with the peas and seasonings and proceed. Nothing could be easier and taste so delicious. For some reason the peas you use make such a difference in the results....so much better than any other dried peas I have used. Thanks for making such a nostalgic dish available.
Posted by Beth on 14th Nov 2014
Cooking this up from the mix brought me as close to the original Andersen's from my childhood as possible. Just wish I still lived out west and could make the journey.