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What was delicious at Grandma's, also tastes good at home. Especially when the dish is ready as quickly as our egg flake soup with parsley. Let yourself be inspired and also get to know a hearty bread topping with egg.

  • 4 tablespoons wheat flour (type 405)

  • 4Ei

  • 1 liter vegetable stock

  • salt

  • pepper

  • 0.5bunch of chives

  • 0.5bunch parsley

  1. For the egg flake soup, mix the flour together with 4 tablespoons of water and the egg.

  2. Bring the vegetable stock to the boil and season with salt and pepper. Reduce the heat so that the broth just simmers.

  3. Wash the fresh herbs, chop them finely and add them to the soup.

  4. Pour the flour, water and egg mixture into the broth in a thin stream and stir once with a whisk or a mixing spoon.

  5. Serve the soup with some bread. If you would like to use fresh vegetables instead of a ready-made mixture for the egg flake soup, use our homemade vegetable broth as a base.

Nutritional values

Reference amount for an average adult according to LMIV (8,400 kJ / 2,000 kcal)

  • energy

  • Calories

  • carbohydrates

  • fat

  • protein

Egg soup - always fresh, always prepared quickly

It has to be fast in the evening. After work you only have a short time to prepare a small snack before going to the cinema, meeting friends, or watching the theater performance. In such cases - especially when it's still cold outside - it is best to try our recipe for egg teal soup. It is ready in just 20 minutes, filling and warming pleasantly from the inside. All you have to do is cut the parsley and chives. Whisk the flour, eggs and water together and then add everything to the vegetable stock. Just make sure to always use fresh eggs. Because they have a natural protective film, eggs do not necessarily have to be stored in the refrigerator after purchase. Since this protective film wears off after 18 days, but you may not have a permanent view of the calendar, our EDEKA experts nevertheless advise you to put eggs for our egg flake soup in the refrigerator immediately after purchase. Tip: To find out whether the eggs for our egg flake soup are still fresh, first fill a glass with cold water. Now put the egg in. If it is stable on the floor, it is still fresh. If it is easy to set up, only use it for food that you heat up intensively. If it floats to the surface, it is rotten and you should no longer process it.

Egg flake soup recipe and clever herb ideas

Our simple recipe makes our simple recipe a little more interesting that the egg flake soup tastes like grandma's even without semolina, carrots or peas. Especially since you can stir in chicken broth instead of vegetable broth if you feel like it. Or try our recipe for semolina dumpling soup as an alternative. If you prefer a hearty bread topping with egg to our egg flake soup, we recommend our recipe for egg smear. Bacon, chives, butter, plus eggs, of course, and a pinch of lovage for the special aroma - a real treat. In addition, with our recipe suggestions you will quickly find out how you can cook a wedding soup yourself or use the right herbs to give simple dishes a special, unique touch. Be sure to browse through our herbal recipes. From the herb roll roast to the herb pancake, you will discover clever ideas for your own kitchen. - And if it has to be quick, you know: our egg flake soup will be on the table in 20 minutes.