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Avgolemono Soup


Watch me make Avgolemono Soup, an easy Greek favorite that combines chicken broth with rice. The soup is flavored with lemon and thickened with eggs. Avgolemono can usually be made from ingredients you have in the pantry and fridge. Think of it as kosher Greek penicillin.

For more of my Quick and Kosher recipes, please check out JoyofKosher.com’s YouTube channel.

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5 Responses to Avgolemono Soup

  1. avatar says: rivpom

    LOL! Boy, did I have the pronunciation wrong on this recipe! I thought it was av-go-leh-mono with the accent on ‘mon’. I am a total fan of your cookbook but haven’t made this recipe yet. Maybe I will try it out soon. I could use some Kosher-Greek penicillin, because my dear daughter brought a cold home from preschool. ;-)

  2. Lol! Its a toughy – another one people have trouble pronouncing is quesadilla :-) But I bet you know how to say chummus perfectly! Meanwhile am home with two sick kiddies too. One with a fever and cold and another with a stomach virus. Refuah Shleimah to your little one.

  3. avatar says: ilana

    we Bukharians have a very similar recipe for a soup we make on pesach (us kitniyot eaters :) except there’s spinach in it sometimes, and the eggs are scrambled.

  4. avatar says: ha ha ha

    I hate to break it to you but that’s not how avgolemono soup is made. It’s made with actual CHICKEN, veggies, onion, garlic, simmered to make a broth, not cans of premade broth from a can with rice in it. Nice try but FAIL.

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