1Bring the chicken stock to a bubble and add broken pasta. Let it boil a few min. (2-3) and then turn the heat to low for simmering.
2Add the chopped scallions, hot sauce, soy and black pepper. Let simmer for 5 min.
3At this point you can add the eggs in one of two ways. I prefer to crack them right into the pot and use my fork to break the yolk. I like the way the whites and yelllow sets apart.
Option 2: Whisk the eggs first and then pour them into the soup in one stream.
4To serve I like get lots of yummy noodles into a nice deep bowl and then ladle yummy broth to surround the mound of noodles. Eat with chopsticks and drink broth from the bowl or use a fork and spoon. :)
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