Monday, March 16, 2009

Soup Recipes: Pennsylvania Dutch Chicken Corn Soup

* 1 stewing hen, about 4-lbs.
* 4 qts. water
* 1 onion, chopped
* 10 ears corn
* ½ cup celery, chopped with leaves
* 2 hard-boiled eggs
* salt and pepper
* rivels

Put cut-up chicken and onion into the water and cook slowly until tender, add salt. Remove chicken, cut the meat into small (1-inch) pieces and return to broth, together with corn, which has been cut from the cob, celery and seasoning. Continue to simmer. Make rivels by combining 1 cup flour, a pinch of salt, 1 egg and a little milk. Mix well with fork or fingers to form small crumbs. Drop these into the soup, also the chopped, hard-boiled eggs. Boil for 15 minutes longer.

3 comments:

Joanne Mitchell said...

I can't wait to taste this! Great recipe by the way!

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