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Tomato Eggdrop Soup

This is a discussion on Tomato Eggdrop Soup within the The 'NEW' Kitchen - off the Outback Terrace Bar forums, part of the The Outback Terrace Bar category; Description: This is my summer favorite. Grandma used to cook this for me EVERYDAY. Since ...

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    Default Tomato Eggdrop Soup

    Description: This is my summer favorite. Grandma used to cook this for me EVERYDAY. Since I don't ever measure things, you might have to try a couple of times to get desired thickness.
    Time: ~10 minutes
    Difficulty: Easy

    1. 3 large tomatoes (has to be juicy kind, garden grown preferred);
    2. 1 egg, use 2 if egg is your favorite;
    3. 1 green onion including both white and green part, chopped;
    4. 2-3 cups water;
    5. oil (canola or vegetable);
    6. salt
    1. cut tomato to chunky pieces, but don't need to be fine chopped; put both tomato and sauce to a bowl;
    2. cut green onion to 1/4";
    1. heat up a wok or a medium sized sauce pan, 1 minutes;
    2. add 1-2 tbsp oil, heat up the oil, .5 minute;
    3. add in chopped green onions, you can save a little green part for later. Sizzle the green onion briefly, but DON'T let it burn;
    4. add in tomatoes, then salt, stir and cook it to sauce like;
    5. add water, bring to boil;
    6. turn off the heat;
    7. drizzle in the egg;
    8. sprinkle the saved green onion, and serve.

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    I am so glad you posted this. I saw you mentioned it in another thread today. Cool. Thanks!


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