Up until this recipe, I've never had nor made egg drop soup in my life, much less one that tastes like cake batter a bit! Making egg drop soup is simpler than you think- you just boil some broth; add wine, sugar, and salt; then remove broth from heat & slowly stir the egg whites in, and add the chopped onions.
Usually, I make enough soup or stew for 4 servings but I have a family gathering tomorrow in addition to filming another video tonight so I only made enough for 2 portions.
I've made plenty of stews in the past but this is the first time I made soup, which differs from stew in that is less stuff in the dish.
I think if I didn't add the birthday cake bites, the cake batter flavor would've been overpowered by the onion.
My dad didn't try this recipe due to the wine in it.
HELPFUL LINK: Cake Batter Egg Whites: www.muscleegg.com/products/liquid-egg-whites/cake-batter/9-single-serve-bottles-cake-batter/
You will need:
Makes 2 servings
For the cooking equipment:
A medium saucepot
For the soup:
2 cups vegetable broth
1 tsp. wine
1/4 tsp. granulated sugar
Pinch of salt
1/4 cup cake batter egg whites(see HELPFUL LINK)
1 chopped up, raw onion
3 birthday cake bites to top the soup
1. Pour the broth into a medium saucepot and bring the broth to a boil. Once the broth is boiling, add the next 3 ingredients and cook the mixture for 1 minute.
2. After 1 minute, turn the stove off and remove the saucepot from heat. Slowly stir in the egg whites. Then add the onion and birthday cake bites. Serve with wonton strips(optional).