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Made for ZWT5 (Groovy Gastronomes) More photos are in Cooking Forum at this posting: http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?p=4542512#4542512 Rinshinomori, this is an absolutely wonderful, authentic, simple soup. Fabulous flavor. I made it with a Spanish smoked paprika, so the flavor is slightly different from using a simple sweet paprika, but it is not in the least "spicy hot" ... and the combination of chicken stock and egg threads makes it a "comfort soup" for so many cultures, as well as a classic Iberian mix of flavors. Thanks so much for posting.

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Gandalf The White May 22, 2009

I've been interested in trying a "sopa de ajo" after seeing dozens in my Spanish cookbooks, but was hesitant. My daughter's bridal shower provided the perfect opportunity since she wanted a Spanish theme as she and her future husband will be doing the "Camino de Santiago" as a honeymoon trip. It was simple and more delicious than I could have imagined. It proved a very popular offering! It reheats well if you take it slow.

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umiller2000 January 05, 2013

Easy to make, delicious, and perfect for when the family comes down with a cold! Thanks for the recipe.

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debarra May 22, 2011

Made this today and it was delicious! Inexpensive and homey. Perfect amount of garlic and smoked paprika. I used 2 cans of Swanson's broth plus 1/4 cup of water. There is another recipe out there that doubles the garlic and bread. I was a little concerned that it might be too much and I'm glad I came across this recipe! It's just right. I used a Schwarts Brot bread which is a whole wheat, light rye and sour dough bread. Very dense. It was a good match and 3oz was the perfect amount. I will be making this often.

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bobip February 16, 2015
Castilian Garlic Soup - Sopa De Ajo