How to Prepare Appetizing Duck Egg Drop Soup
Duck Egg Drop Soup. HERE'S WHAT I DO FOR MY RESTAURANT STYLE EGG DROP SOUP. Let steep a few minutes to flavor broth. Making these soups during the winter months would help warm up the kitchen as we started our day, and, oftentimes, I would have a small cup of wonton soup broth or egg drop soup to start the day.
At first, I didn't intend to add the duck meat to the soup at all. Make it for beautiful you and enjoy! Duck Egg Drop Soup With Corn and Cabbage Egg drop soup is a type of soup where beaten eggs are slowly poured into the cooked soup. You can cook Duck Egg Drop Soup using 5 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Duck Egg Drop Soup
- You need 2 quarts of chicken broth.
- You need To taste of salt.
- Prepare 4 of large duck Eggs.
- You need 1/4 cup of parsley.
- Prepare 1/4 pound of smoked sausage.
When barely set, the soup is stirred with a fork to form solid wisps of egg that remain distinct rather than turning the broth into a cloudy liquid. At that point, you can drizzle the egg-broth mixture into the hot soup a bit at a time as you stir the soup. I served it in bowls because it was hot and needed the surface area to cool a bit, but mugs are fine serving vessels as well. I used organic free range duck eggs.
Duck Egg Drop Soup step by step
- Wash the eggs. I used organic free range duck eggs. If you do, fill sink with cold water and if the eggs float throw them away..
- Break each egg in a bowl separately to make sure they are good no spots of blood.
- Take the casings off the sausage. Slice and add to broth. Boiling for 20 minutes..
- Stir the broth beat the eggs and pour the eggs into the broth as the broth is rotating in the pot..
- When all the eggs are done serve I hope you enjoy!.
If you do, fill sink with cold water and if the eggs float throw them away. Spicy Egg Drop Soup "I'm making a Spicy egg drop soup recipe today" I said to Ben, who didn't seem very excited about my statement. I wasn't surprised by his reaction though, as I knew he found most egg drop soups to be bland and bit too slimy for his own taste. What he didn't know was this version would be completely different from the traditional Chinese one: However, there are some things that you can do much better with duck eggs than chicken eggs. I think egg-drop soup was invented by people who had laying ducks, not chickens.