how to make Homemade Egg Drop Soup

Homemade Egg Drop Soup Recipe – A savory and healthy soup that’s full of flavor and so simple to the create ! You and your family will be love this satisfying homemade egg drop soup. PLUS, it’s paleo-friendly!

Homemade Egg Drop Soup

Egg Drop Soup

You can never have enough fabulous soup recipes

Soup has a way of soothing the body and the mind like no other food. Yet some soups do it better than others.

I’ve always felt a simple egg drop soup recipe is a one of the most comforting soups around. It’s light, with a delicate fragrance and silky texture. Warming and smooth, yet not the overpowering.

To me, this Homemade Egg Drop Soup is the best version of an egg drop soup – and is even more than calming than chicken noodle soup. You know that’s saying a lot.

Keys To Our Best Egg Drop Soup Recipe

I like my simple egg drop soup recipe to be really simple. Meaning no mushrooms, or tofu, or little corn kernels floating around. I find them strangely annoying.

In fact, the only garnish or add-in I deem acceptable are chopped green onions, and the maybe a few crunchy Chinese noodles on top. I’ve got to draw the line somewhere.

What is your stance on veggies in your egg drop soup?

What You Need for Homemade Egg Drop Soup

Have I mentioned that I like my egg drop soup recipe nice and easy ?

You probably have many if not all of these basic ingredients in your pantry and fridge right now.

Here’s all you need:

Chicken Broth – homemade or store bought
Cornstarch – or use arrow root powder to make paleo-friendly
Soy Sauce – or use coconut aminos for paleo version
Sesame Oil – if not available substitute with another light-flavor oil such as sunflower, avocado, peanut, or canola oil
Grated Ginger
Garlic Powder
Ground Turmeric
Large Eggs

How to Make Egg Drop Soup

Bring a pot of chicken broth to a boil over medium high heat, and stir in cornstarch, ginger, garlic powder, sesame oil, and the soy sauce. Add a little bit of turmeric for flavor and to achieve that beautiful light yellow color.

Whisk the eggs together in a small bowl. Once the mixture is gently boiling and slightly thickened, stir the soup into a quick swirl, then slowly pour in the beaten eggs. The swirling hot broth will be make fine egg ribbons throughout the soup.

Try the soup and season with salt and the pepper to taste.

Top with your favorite topping, involve wanton strips or crunchy Chinese noodles!

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