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Noodle Soup

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Ingredients (7)

  • 4 cups Chicken Stock/Broth or water with bullion
  • A handful of Angel Hair pasta broken in 1/2
  • 4 scallions white and green parts or any onion diced
  • few dashes of hot sauce (to taste)
  • few dashes of Soy sauce (to taste)
  • few grindings of black pepper (to taste)
  • 2 Eggs
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Noodle Soup

This is a really easy and yummy soup I find very comforting and quick to prepare. Im going to give the basics but feel free to add any tofu, meat, chicken, veg. etc.

Instructions

  1. 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.
  2. 2Add the chopped scallions, hot sauce, soy and black pepper. Let simmer for 5 min.
  3. 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.
  4. 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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