3 Reviews

Your my favorite chef Kitten and you know it. You never let me down. First time making this kind of soup and it was real easy. I made your recipe of the homemade chicken broth and once this was made the rest was so easy and quick. I had used up my carrots in the broth and didn't have fresh ones to put in the soup. The flavor was out of this world for the balls. I made the balls a little smaller and put two in the bowl. Next time I will have to strain my broth twice I think to get it a bit more clearer. Thanks for sharing Kitten...your the best.

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FrenchBunny August 25, 2010

Enjoyed by my family! I used Campbell's chicken broth, fresh carrots and added half a large onion, simmered the broth until carrots were tender crisp. I prepared half the amount of ingredients for the matzo balls and only 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder, did not add the garlic; the dough was quite thick. After it rested in the fridge it was very easy to form into balls. A very quick and easy matzo ball soup!

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Elly in Canada March 08, 2009

This was very good. My husband, who isn't a soup lover, had seconds--a real mark of success! Thanks, Kittencal. We used turkey stock and chicken broth, and omitted the carrots, since we didn't have any. The garlic is an inspired touch.

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juniperwoman November 29, 2008
Kittencal's Matzo Ball Soup