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This soup was really really good. I have been eating egg drop soup for as long as I can remember and began making it at home last year when DD got sick and I knew she'd eat this. I prepared it this way using chicken broth instead of water and bouillon cubes. I'd also add the soy sauce and eggs. Well, we never tried it with the sugar or the green onions. Last night, I used 2 3/4 cup chicken broth and 2 eggs then added the sugar, soy sauce and green onions. I will have to say the onions put this over the top. We loved it. Thanks so much for sharing. Made for PAC Fall/2008.

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gertc96 September 17, 2008

I have made a lot of egg drop soups but what I love about this one is that it gives the option to add spinach, which is a nice change!!! I added a good handful of spinach, but easily could have added more, it really cooks down a lot! I didn't have the green onions, which I would have loved to use, so I used chives instead. Yummy stuff!

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mommyluvs2cook June 14, 2014

DD (age 13) loves Chinese food and was so pleased with this soup. Not only is is delicious but she can make it herslepf with things we have on hand. Thanks QueeB3143 for a great soup and for helping teach my daughter how easy and fun it is to cook!

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Acerast May 25, 2009

Wanted to make a quick soup for dinner to go along with a salad. What a nice surprise this turned out to be! Didn't have any green onions or spinach, so I just added some dried parsley for color. Next time I will use the onions and spinach. DH loved it, in fact, he requested this for his lunch tomorrow!

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PugGrannie February 05, 2009
The Easiest Egg Drop Soup