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Table of Contents:
- When was Avgolemono invented?
- How do you spell Avgolemono?
- How do you write Avgolemono in Greek?
- Where did Avgolemono originate from?
- How long does Avgolemono last?
- How do I heat my Avgolemono?
- Can you reheat soup with egg in it?
- How long does Avgolemono last in the fridge?
- Does boiling thicken soup?
When was Avgolemono invented?
How do you spell Avgolemono?
Avgolemono, pronounced ah-vo-le-mo-no (the "g" is there, but it's a lighter g... almost silent), refers to the tasty Greek sauce from which this chicken soup gets it's name. Avgolemono sauce is a silky and fragrant sauce made of eggs, lots of lemon, and warm broth.
How do you write Avgolemono in Greek?
Avgolemono (Greek: αυγολέμονο or αβγολέμονο) or egg–lemon is a family of sauces and soups made with egg yolk and lemon juice mixed with broth, heated until they thicken.
Where did Avgolemono originate from?
How long does Avgolemono last?
How do I heat my Avgolemono?
Stir in the dill and serve.
- To reheat, just heat until warm enough to eat. Do not boil, ever. ...
- The soup will separate when reheated even if it wasn't frozen first so it needs to be stirred well before serving.
- Reheat from frozen in the microwave or on the stove top.
Can you reheat soup with egg in it?
So, can you reheat egg drop soup? The short answer to that is yes, you can reheat egg drop soup.
How long does Avgolemono last in the fridge?
How long will this soup keep for? This Greek egg-lemon soup will last up to 4 days stored in an air-tight container in the refrigerator.
Does boiling thicken soup?
If it doesn't taste strong enough, the first thing you should do is boil it to drive off some of the water. This will strengthen the flavour and thicken the soup.
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