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Author Topic: Turkey/Pork Meatball Soup  (Read 853 times)


Offline SilverLining

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Turkey/Pork Meatball Soup
« on: September 12, 2011, 07:25:50 PM »
Originally posted by MaryM

Here is the recipe for the turkey/pork meatball soup I made the other day:


1 cup of fresh breadcrumbs - I made 2 slices of toast and crumbled them
1/3 cup plain soy milk
1 cup minced onion
1 - 1.5 pounds ground turkey/pork combo. I did equal parts
1 egg replacer
2 large cloves of garlic, peeled & minced
salt & pepper
olive oil

Combine breade crumbs & soy milk and let soak for 10 minutes
heat 2 tbsp of olive oil and cook onions for 3-5 minutes, until softened but not brown, let cool

In a large bowl combine ground meats, soaked bread crumbs, cooked onion, egg replacer, garlic, salt & pepper and mix. (I also added some parsely flakes), Shape into meatballs

Heat more olive oil and brown meatballs.

2 small to medium onions, quartered
2 stalks of celery (I leave them large and pull them out at the end)
chicken broth
salt & pepper

Combine ingredients, add meatballs and simmer. I took the meatballs out when they were done and simmered the broth and veggies longer. Not really sure how long.

Like I said yesterday, I just sort of made this up as I went. Its basically chicken soup with meatballs. I found the meatballs to be a tad bland - I don't think I added enough salt. Next time I may add some vegan paremesan type cheese to the meatballs. I think this soup would be great with some fresh spinach added, but my kids would not eat it.

I cooked orzo and added it to each bowl of soup.

The kids seemed to like it

« Last Edited by MaryM Oct 7th, 2010 at 10:27 am »
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