PRO Tips For The Meatball Soup Recipe in the German Style
➡️ Meatball soup is a traditional German soup. This soup recipe is served all over the country with various regional variations. Because it’s very tasty and easy to prepare with simple ingredients and at anyone’s fingertips, meatball soup has also been adopted by housewives in other countries. It is interesting that in these places the soup is not served at the wedding but daily and especially on Sundays and on the occasion of various holidays.
➡️ Two of the countries where meatball soup has become extremely popular are Hungary and Romania. In addition, in many other countries in Central and Eastern Europe, but also in the Balkans, people enjoy meatball soup with great pleasure. Of course, regional variations of the wedding soup recipe are cooked in each of these places, and the minced meat used is often pork, but beef or chicken is also widely used.
➡️ The meatball soup recipe I share on this page is Hungarian-inspired. As far as I know, adding chopped boiled eggs to the soup when serving is a typical Hungarian custom. This ingredient is optional, but I still recommend using it because it enriches the soup and gives it a more refined taste.
➡️ In addition, I like to eat this soup sour and spicy. Therefore, I use apple cider vinegar to sour it and serve the soup with pickled hot peppers. Of course, these ingredients are completely optional when cooking and serving a German wedding soup recipe.
➡️ As you can see in the video, German meatball soup is very easy to cook. As a result, I don’t have many cooking tips to share for getting the best results. Maybe the thing I need to emphasize is to press the minced meat well when making the meatballs because if there is a lot of air left in the composition, they will break during boiling in the broth.
➡️ I also warn you to avoid mixing the soup immediately after adding the meatballs because you will break them. Wait patiently for them to boil over low heat and rise to the surface, this is a significant sign that they are tender and ready to serve.
Drinking wine at home!
What goes better with a delicious meal than quality wine? Nothing, both from my point of view and from the ancient Greeks, who said about wine that it’s the nectar of the gods! Can we contradict them?
➡️ Enjoy cooking German soup recipes from scratch!