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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Dumplings Soup "Galushki"



This soup is my family favorite. Everybody love it.

1lb Chicken drumsticks 
3.5 quarts water 
1 onion
2 small carrots
4 potatoes
Salt, pepper, dill, parsley, 

 For dumplings:
5 eggs
1 and 3/4 cups flour
Salt

I like to buy my meat at Trader Joe's.
Wash meat really good. Put it on the skillet with water. Boil for 10 min. Peel skin of drumsticks. Add it to a boiling water. Add bay leaf, salt,vegeta. Boil for 40min to 1 hour.


Mix eggs with flour add dash of salt. Set aside.

Cut onion into small pieces. Put in the oiled skillet. Add shredded carrots. Fry on med until golden brown.

Like this.       
Put  potatoes in the boiling water. Boil for 5 minutes. Add onion with carrots. With the spoon start adding dough. Keep mixing.
Boil for 5-7 min.
Add greens.
Now enjoy with some added mayo to your plate.
                                                         Enjoy!!!

20 comments:

  1. Lea what a great recipe for a soup. I never made soups like this before. defiantly trying it. thanks for sharing your wonderful recipes, love your blog.
    and I do shop at Trader Joe's too.... a lot, I live right next door so it's very convenient for me..

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    1. Thanks Inessa for the complement✿✿✿
      I love Trader Joe's. Its my favorite store. Enjoy my recipes.

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  2. I have a serious love for dumplings of all kinds...especially when they're in a soup. It's breakfast time for me but if I still want this now. Dumpling soup would be a good way to start the day!

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    1. Definitely, This is the only soup that i really loved since i was child.
      Thanks✿✿✿

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  3. Looks great. Tanya linnik

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  4. How much flour do you approximately add to make dumplings?

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    1. 1 3/4 cups flour and 5 eggs, salt. Sorry I though I wrote it in the recipe.
      Thanks✿✿✿

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  5. whats the best way to make them into same shapes or thats not possible?

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    1. Same shapes are not possible. You can make em soft put less flour or hard about 2 cups flour. To make smaller pieces put like 1/4 of a teaspoon of batter. I hope this helped:)
      Enjoy✿✿✿

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  6. i forgot how easy this soup is just made it soooo good :)

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    1. I know, this soup is always a hit in our house:)))))
      Thanks, Kristina✿✿✿

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  7. This is the soup of my childhood, my grandma and mom always made it for us. i want to start making it for my kids as well.. thanks for all of your posts
    ~Irina

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    1. It's very easy to make. I just made it last night. My kids love it so much they always ask for galushki.
      You are welcome Irina:)))
      Enjoy♥¸.•*´¯*♥

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  8. i love this soup and its so nice to have the recipe on here just made it for my guests and it was the first time they tried it and they loved it!!!

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    1. It's like you have a cookbook in you palm anytime:) I don't look in my old cookbook anymore, I open the computer for my recipes:) I an happy your guests enjoyed it.
      Thanks, Kristina♥¸.•*´¯*♥

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  9. Thank you so much for this recipe, Lea! This is the best recipe for Galushki soup that I've tasted in years. Over the years I've tried making this soup with different recipes (given to me by others who claimed their version was the best), but none of them tasted as delicious as your recipe. I am so happy I found your blog. I made it last night and it tasted just like the soup from my childhood. My husband, son and I love it! Thank you for your recipe and also, I love your entire blog!

    -Lana

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    1. Hi Lana, This is my favorite soup from my childhood. I am glad you found my blog. Thank you for commenting. :)
      Enjoy!!!

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