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The earliest known recipe for what we now know as drop soup dates back to the medieval era. The dish was made by combining a variety of ingredients including water, flour, vegetables, and meat. The soup was then left to simmer for hours, resulting in a thick, hearty broth.
Over the centuries, the ingredients and methods used to make drop soup have varied considerably. Today, there are countless recipes for the dish, each with its own unique twist. Whether made with a traditional beef or chicken broth, or a more modern vegetable broth, drop soup is a delicious and hearty meal that is sure to please any appetite.
Making drop soup can be a simple and delicious way to feed a crowd. To make a great drop soup, it's important to start with the right ingredients. Choose a good stock or broth as the base, and then add in diced vegetables of your choice, such as carrots, celery, onions, and potatoes. If you want to add some protein, cooked chicken or beef can be added. Finally, add some your favorite seasonings and herbs to give the soup flavor and depth. Once all the ingredients are in, simmer the soup until everything is cooked through. Serve the soup with crusty bread and enjoy!
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