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    egg drop soup

    Two variations of egg drop soup:

    Spinach Egg-Drop soup-

    Heat reduced-sodium chicken broth on stove
    Add spinach
    Scramble one egg (or 2, depending on the amount of soup you're making)
    When spinach is cooked, add the egg to the pot, stirring it around with a fork.

    Chinese-style egg drop soup-

    Same thing except add sliced, fresh mushroom and chopped green onions to the broth instead of spinach.

    Both of these are low-calorie, low-carb, and low-fat. Great as an appetizer or snack, and really easy to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kim2884
    Two variations of egg drop soup:

    Spinach Egg-Drop soup-

    Heat reduced-sodium chicken broth on stove
    Add spinach
    Scramble one egg (or 2, depending on the amount of soup you're making)
    When spinach is cooked, add the egg to the pot, stirring it around with a fork.

    Chinese-style egg drop soup-

    Same thing except add sliced, fresh mushroom and chopped green onions to the broth instead of spinach.

    Both of these are low-calorie, low-carb, and low-fat. Great as an appetizer or snack, and really easy to make.
    Sopa de Ajo (garlic soup)
    Kim, sounds good ....yum. I wana share one of my favorite variations as well

    Using chicken stock add a couple of chopped garlic cloves and boil for ten minutes. When done add one raw egg ti the mix and stir accordingly with a fork.

    toast one whole loaf of whole grain bread and toast till crisp. Slice into bite size croutons and top off the soup with it. Makes for one tasty sopa de ajo

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    Kim do you have to use the yolks? or maybe can we just cut one of them out?

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    very good recipe. just tried it tonight

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