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Mama’s Italian Wedding Soup

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Mama’s Italian Wedding Soup

Features:
  • Non Veg
Cuisine:
  • 45 mins
  • Serves 10
  • Easy

Ingredients

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No one’s really sure how this peculiar soup got its name but it definitely fits the bill. The soup itself is relatively easy to make and is composed of simple ingredients. This gives it a unique “homely” feeling that you would expect in a traditional Italian household. The flavors, the aroma as well as the taste itself are a wonderful aspect of the dish.

Despite what the dish might suggest, it’s not specifically a dish for weddings. It can just as easily be prepared at home as it can be in Michelin Star restaurants. It’s a wonderful part of Italian cuisine.

Below is an easy and quick way to make it at home whenever you feel like it.

Health benefits:

  • This particular soup is rich in folic acid which is highly beneficial for teenagers.
  • The grain products in this soup contain essential vitamins.
  • The soup is highly rich in Carbohydrates as well as glucose.
  • The complex carbohydrates are really good for the brain and muscles as well.
  • Pasta’s along with soups are low in sodium and cholesterol-free.
  • They’re rich in iron and several Vitamin B vitamins.
  • This soup is low in Glycemic Index (GI).

This helps in keeping the blood glucose stable.

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How to Make Mama’s Italian Wedding Soup

  • Take a medium size bowl and mix the beef, egg, bread crumbs, cheese, basil and onions in it.
  • Mix them until the mixture has gotten a smooth texture.
  • Now begin forming little ¾ inch balls.
  • Set these little balls aside at room temperature.
  • Place a large stockpot on heat.
  • Prepare a chicken broth.
  • Bring it up to boil.
  • Mix in the spinach, pasta, carrot and meatballs.
  • Stir them continuously.
  • Begin boiling again.
  • Reduce the heat to medium.
  • Keep stirring at a slow boil for about 10 minutes.
  • Keep stirring until pasta is al dente.
  • You should be careful to check that meatballs shouldn’t be pink inside.
  • Take it out in a bowl.
  • Sprinkle Parmesan cheese on top.
  • Serve it hot with some garlic bread.

Trivia:

  • There is evidence that this soup has existed since the Ancient Roman times.

This particular kind of soup is one of the most popular renditions of pasta soup in all of Europe.

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