Soak the peas in cold water overnight. Strain, rinse with water and filter the next day. Peel the onion and garlic and chop into small pieces. Peel, wash and chop the carrots, parsley roots and potatoes into pieces.
Cut the bacon into small cubes. Heat the oil in a large saucepan and sauté the onions with the bacon for five minutes, until they soften. Add the peas, the remaining vegetables and garlic, let everything simmer for a while, then pour in the broth.
Combine marjoram and cumin, add half of it, bay leaf, salt and pepper everything and simmer, half covered, for about 30 minutes over low heat. If necessary, peel the sausage, cut into strips and simmer for 20 to 30 minutes.
Add the cream and let it boil again. Season the finished soup to taste, divide it into plates or plates, sprinkle with parsley and a little marjoram and cumin mixture and serve.
You don’t know anything yet Grushoka? Then it’s time to treat yourself and your loved ones to a Polish version of pea soup. This comfortably warm soup is very good for lunch, especially after a long walk. Try it – we will explain how it works step by step.
Are you ready for more Polish specialties? Then be sure to try Lenive Vareniki. Cheese dumplings with sweet strawberries make a great dessert. If you want something hearty, vegan potatoes with fresh dill and gzik are just the thing.
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