"Pension Soup" recipe is a Dinner meal that takes 20 minutes to make. If you enjoy for Dinner, you will like "Pension Soup"!
- What Course Is "Pension Soup"?
- How Long Does "Pension Soup" Recipe Take To Prepare?
- How Long Does "Pension Soup" Recipe Take To Cook?
- How Many Servings Does "Pension Soup" Recipe Make?
- What Are The Ingredients For "Pension Soup" Recipe?
- How Do I Make "Pension Soup"?
- What's The Nutritional Info For "Pension Soup"?
- What Type Of Cuisine Is "Pension Soup"?
Hearty vegetable soup with chicken dumplings Recipe from a pension catering to hungry guests.
What Course Is "Pension Soup"?
"Pension Soup" is for Dinner.
How Long Does "Pension Soup" Recipe Take To Prepare?
"Pension Soup" takes 20 minutes to prepare.
How Long Does "Pension Soup" Recipe Take To Cook?
"Pension Soup" takes 20 minutes to cook.
How Many Servings Does "Pension Soup" Recipe Make?
"Pension Soup" makes 10 servings.
What Are The Ingredients For "Pension Soup" Recipe?
The ingredients for "Pension Soup" are:SOUP
Approx 3-4 pints vegetable stock
1 cup shredded cabbage
1 onion thin slices
2 diced carrots
2 diced potatoes
1 cup lentils (optional)
Immediately before serving:
1 cup frozen peas
salt and pepper to taste
1/2 - 1 lb lean ground meat
1/2 onion (shredded)
1/2 cup bread crumbs
3 tbs parmesan or pecorino (optional)
How Do I Make "Pension Soup"?
Here is how you make "Pension Soup":Start with the dumplings: Mix ground meat, egg, finely shredded onion, bread crumbs and parmesan or pecorino in a food processor.Shape into small walnut sized dumplings, put on a plate, wrap in cling film and let rest in the fridge for about 20 minutes while making the soup.Meanwhile, put the vegetable stock to the boil.Prepare the vegetables and add to the stock.Simmer until almost vegetables are almost tender, stirring occasionally. (about 15 minutes)Add dumplings and let simmer until dumplings and vegetables are done (about 15 minutes). Don't stir the soup too much after adding the dumplings, because they may fall apart. Test that the dumplings are done by cutting one in half.Immediately before serving, add frozen peas and let simmer for 2-3 minutes until they are warm.Serve 1-2 cups of this soup with a slice of whole wheat bread on a chilly day.Serving Size: Makes approx. 10-12 cupsNumber of Servings: 10Recipe submitted by SparkPeople user TELERIE.
What's The Nutritional Info For "Pension Soup"?
The nutritional information for "Pension Soup" is:
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