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Matzo Ball Soup

January/February 1995

Your rating: None Average: 3.6 (14 votes)

Floating in a flavorful broth, our matzo balls are light and fluffy but bound together with whisked eggs and only a small amount of canola oil rather than the traditional chicken fat. Plus, this version of Jewish penicillin has plenty of added vegetables, making it a good source for vitamins A and C. Now that's what Doctor Mom ordered!



READER'S COMMENT:
"I'm with Yehudis. I'm generally a flexible person, but broccoli and mushrooms do NOT go in chicken soup. "
Matzo Ball Soup

2 Reviews for Matzo Ball Soup

01/02/2010
Anonymous

I'm with Yehudis. I'm generally a flexible person, but broccoli and mushrooms do NOT go in chicken soup.

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09/28/2009
Anonymous

I make this all the time and it's delicious except without 2 of the ingredients: Broccoli and mushrooms do NOT belong in matzah ball soup!! EEK! Just saying...

Yehudis, New York, NY

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