Thursday, January 8, 2015

Egg Drop Soup

10915132_10153058405256663_3623501139858294525_nOkay a little whinge here, we live in Georgia and waking to temperatures in the single digits and feeling like negative numbers should not happen!!  Unfortunately that’s exactly what happened this morning and we’ll be lucky to get up to 30F.  Not our favorite kind of weather!  So, with it being crazy cold outside we needed to warm our insides and for that, nothing is better than a steaming bowl of soup.  Today we decided it would be Egg Drop Soup, not only because it’s simple & quick to make and we had all the ingredients in the house, but also because Maisie has been cleared to have eggs as we test her tolerance and vasomotor rhinitis response.  This soup took minutes to make and got big thumbs up and smiles from Maisie and all of us.

10922636_10153058405301663_7987030743413310365_nEgg Drop Soup

In a heavy pot, bring the soup, ginger, pepper, garlic, sesame oil & fish sauce to a boil.  While that is coming to a boil, in a small bowl, mix the coconut aminos and arrowroot powder to form a smooth slurry.  In a separate bowl, whisk the eggs and 2 TBS. water together.  Once the soup begins to boil, stir briskly while slowly adding the arrowroot slurry.  Allow to boil for 30-60 seconds and then lower the temperature.  Still stirring the soup continuously, drizzle in the eggs allowing the strands of egg to cook.  Add the green onions and then season to taste with salt.


1 comment:

  1. This looks yummy! I adore egg drop soup but haven't managed to make a flavorful homemade one. Looking forward to trying yours. How does the taste of coconut aminos compare to soy sauce? I'll probably just use soy since I have it on hand.

    Miss your updates on your other blog, but am imagining life is busy, busy, busy. Would love to hear how things are progressing regarding Maisie's food allergies.


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