Final Notes for the Egg Drops Recipe Without Cornstarch
➡️ There are many soup recipes that include egg drops. People like this kind of soup, but not too many know how to make egg drops properly and quickly! However, making an egg drops recipe is very easy…but only if you know exactly what you have to do! There are many egg drop recipes, but I prefer this very simple egg drop recipe without cornstarch both because of its simplicity and good taste.
➡️ There aren’t many secrets about making drops from eggs. You have to keep in mind just a few key things when preparing egg drop soup. First, you have to beat well eggs before making egg drops. Second, the soup must be hot to coagulate immediately the raw egg. Third, you have to pour the beaten egg slowly into the pot. Fourth, you have to stir continuously the soup to avoid sticking together egg pieces. That’s it! Now, you know how to make the egg drop recipe for the soup like a master chef!
➡️ Of course, this recipe is used in my family since generations to make egg drop soup. It’s very versatile and tens of egg drop soup recipes can be cooked in diverse vegetable combinations, with or without meat. From all these, my favorite egg drop soup recipe is a simple potato soup in the Hungarian style with egg drops, sour cream, and pickled hot chili pepper (view the recipe for the potato soup with egg drops and sour cream).
➡️ Egg drop soup is a comforting and flavorful dish where beaten eggs are gently added to simmering broth, forming delicate, wispy ribbons of cooked egg throughout the soup. My egg drops without cornstarch are a simple yet satisfying addition to any soup repertoire. Enjoy cooking egg drops for soup from scratch! For additional info, read more about egg drop soup types here.