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Amish rivel soup is easy to make and only consists of 5 ingredients.
I don’t know if you folks have ever heard of Amish rivel soup but boy oh boy, are you ever in for a treat. First of all, this soup is VERY EASY to make and only includes 5 ingredients. The fifth ingredient, minced parsley, is optional and is more of a garnish so you don’t have to sue it if you don’t want to. I like to use the minced parsley or chopped chives because it gives the soup a bit of color. Do whatever tickles your fancy 🙂
Amish rivel soup is near and dear to my heart because my mom used to make it all of the time when I was growing up. She would always put a pat of butter on top of the soup before serving it. Yummo!
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Quick Tip: Feel free to use parsley or green chives as a garnish.