How to make meat soup in a clap
It often happens that you forget to get the meat out of refrigerator, and you have no time to monkey with the “true” broth, but you are eager to have some soup. In this case this simple way of soup preparation can be very suitable. What is more, we won’t use tinned meat, but the fresh one we’ve just got out of the fridge.
- Meat (low-fat pork is preferable) – 7-10 oz (200-300 g)
- Onion – 1 piece
- Small carrot – 1 piece
- Potatoes of medium size – 4 pieces
- Rice – 1/2 glass
- Salt, pepper, bay leaf at option
- Some greenery
- A saucepan
Put the saucepan with 3 pints (1.5 litres) of water on fire. While it is boiling chop the meat into small pieces. If it is completely frozen and it is impossible to chop, scrape as many pieces as you can.
Put the meat into boiling water. Even if it is still frozen, it doesn’t matter, you will get a nice soup anyway.
Peel and chop the onion and carrot.
Rinse the rice.
Peel and chop potatoes. It is up to you to choose how to chop vegetables, I prefer onto strips.
Put potatoes, carrot, onion and rice into the saucepan simultaneously. Salt it and pepper if you want, add the bay leaf.
Wait until it starts to boil, then decrease the fire, loosely cover the saucepan and leave it for half an hour.
In a half an hour add the chopped greenery and turn the fire off. Your soup is ready.
You’ve got a wonderful fast and nearly dietetic soup. Have a nice meal!
- The broth may look muddy at first because of frozen pieces of meat, but it will go over, and your soup will become delicious and clear.
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