This recipe came out of finding a couple of boxes of soup mix in the prepper pantry that were close to their use by date.
I thought about how to take a boring packet of soup and to make it filling. A perfect spot of soup on cold winter days, it packs a lot of protein in with just a short boil.
The recipe is prepared One Pot Method. I would recommend using an HAA or non-stick pot for easy cleaning (just wipe it down with a paper towel).
I used pouched chicken breast this time, as I had some on hand. I had come across packets at Walmart that are 2.6 ounces and come in a few flavors. The Lemon Pepper I wondered if it would be too overpowering, but it worked perfectly, giving the soup a deeper flavor.
Added in the chicken.
Rehydrating onions and carrots.
Adding in the soup mix.
Finishing up the cooking.
Chicken Egg Drop Soup
Pack in a snack size bag:
- 1 Tbsp dried onion
- 1 Tbsp dried diced carrots
In a snack size bag:
- 2 Tbsp freeze-dried egg powder
- 1 packet Lipton Cup of Soup (Chicken Noodle)
- 1 packet/pouch single serving chicken breast (used a 2.6 ounce lemon pepper flavor)
One Pot Method:
Add 3 Tablespoons cool water to the egg powder, seal the bag tightly and shake till mixed. Set aside.
Add 1 cup water to a small pot (1.2 to 1.8 Liter size). Add in the onion and carrots.
Bring to a boil, add the chicken, then add in the packet of soup mix and stir in.
Drop the flame on your stove to just barely lit. Add in the egg mixture, stirring while adding it.
Take off the stove, let sit till cool enough to eat.
We posted a Reel on our Facebook page of it being made.
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