FOODIE FRIDAY: Egg Drop Soup Spoof

2013, Food

egg drop soup, asian food, kate styled pretty

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did a spoof of the traditional egg drop soup and added mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, ginger, cilantro and lime juice.  Essentially, this is a new soup, but it does have egg!

I started with a simple egg drop soup, broth (of your choice, I used chicken broth) and eggs.  I mixed about 5 eggs together into a bowl and then slowly poured the egg mixture into the simmering broth while slowly stirring.  I then added extra ingredients to my taste – ginger, cilantro, halved grape tomatoes, sliced mushrooms and a squeeze of fresh lime juice.  I let everything simmer together for 15/20 minutes.  Voila!  I don’t make soup often, but I may be reconsidering that after this culinary adventure!

On a side note, do you watch Master Chef? I’ve been obsessed with this show and it has made me start pushing myself to try new things.  I feel like I often make similar foods because I’m comfortable with the same ingredients.  I want to become a better chef and that means getting outside of my comfort zone.  I’m considering getting a cooking magazine subscription to help inspire me.  Does anyone have a good suggestion of one?

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