Advertising because affiliate links. Can you still remember your childhood favorite meal? For me it was definitely star soup. In addition a large glass of ice tea and small Mia was blessed. In the meantime, my culinary demands have risen somewhat, but star soup is and remains my favorite. And because I’m a very generous person, today I’ll tell you my recipe for the large portion of childhood memories without a bag.
Is starlet soup the ultimate childhood soup for you? I could get into it today. What I did not know a few years ago though: even without a bag, the soup is easily done in an instant. Best of all, you only need three ingredients for the childhood classics.
Here’s how it works
The star soup is based on a strong vegetable broth. You can either cook these yourself, or you can use them in granulated, pasty or finished form. Then you cut the soup vegetables into small cubes. Now cook the diced vegetables with the starlet noodles in the broth. Once the vegetables are soft and the pasta is cooked, the soup is ready.
Letter or starlet soup, that’s the question here
Who thinks “Starlet soup is all well and good, but I used to be a big letters soup fan “, I can calm that down. Of course you can also exchange the star noodles for alphabet noodles *
. Done is the homemade alphabet soup.
Fresh soup vegetables, strong stock and star noodles – this recipe for star soup is cheap, done in a jiffy and tastes a thousand times better than the soup from the bag.
Portions : 4 Portions
calories per serving : 197 kcal
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Set broth and bring to a boil.
Peel and finely dice the celery and carrots. Clean the leeks and cut into thin rings. Finely chop the parsley
Add the celery, carrot cubes and star chopped noodles to the broth and simmer for 5 minutes over medium heat.
Add the leek and simmer for 3-5 minutes until the pasta is cooked.
If necessary, season with salt again. Serve with parsley.
Are you telling me your favorite food from childhood? And who wins the eternal dispute with you alphabet soup vs. Asterisk soup?
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