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Chinese Egg Drop Soup is a classic, easy to make recipe that is popular at Chinese restaurants across the United States. This recipe gives the dish a bit of a flavor upgrade with some of the “sweet spices” while still remaining true to the spirit of the original. Don’t worry if you don’t happen to have a Chinese restaurant in town! You can turn your own kitchen into one.
On my trips to the local Chinese buffet, I’ve rarely passed up the opportunity to have some egg drop soup (along with an egg roll or two) to start my meal. It’s simple yet really savory and warming. This recipe uses a creative but easy trick to infuse the soup with some extra cinnamon, ginger, and pepper flavor without compromising the core integrity of the soup. I loved it and certainly will be making it again.
Recipe and photo courtesy of 12 Tomatoes
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