This Stracciatella with kale soup recipe is one of my favorites from when I was growing up. It is an Italian Egg Drop soup. My mother made it all the time in the winter. She liked to make it without vegetables. It gave you protein, was quick to make and warmed you up on those cold, busy weeknights. But I prefer the veggies in it to make it a complete balanced meal. Any meal that includes vegetables in a one-pot dish is lovely. Making this dish takes no time at all and of course, it's Keto too. I hope you try it and let me know how it goes.
Keto style Stracciatella with Kale Recipe
Simple Ingredients for this Stracciatella soup:
8 cups low sodium broth
2 pieces garlic
4 eggs scrambled
4 cups defrosted frozen chopped kale
½ cup Pecorino Romano grated cheese
Salt and Pepper to taste
Quick Instructions to make stracciatella:
Defrost chopped kale.
Scramble eggs with Pecorino Romano grated cheese, salt, and pepper. Set aside.
Heat broth, kale, and garlic in a large a dutch oven. Cover partially and bring to a boil for 5-7 minutes.
Slowly add scrambled eggs to the boiling soup. Wait 30 seconds and a stir. It will turn into chunks.
Cook for 3 minutes.
Serve with toast and sprinkled extra Pecorino Romano. So, what do you think? It was super easy to make and quick. Great for those days when you forget to pull something from the freezer. We make it often with and without kale. Feel free to change it up and customize the recipe the way that works for you.
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KETO STYLE STRACCIATELLA WITH KALE RECIPE
- 8 cups low sodium broth
- 2 pieces garlic
- 4 eggs scrambled
- 4 cups defrost frozen chopped kale
- ½ cup Pecorino Romano grated cheese
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Defrost chopped kale.
- Scramble eggs with Pecorino Romano grated cheese, salt and pepper. Set aside.
- Heat broth, kale, and garlic in a large a dutch oven.
- Cover partially and bring to a boil for 5-7 minutes.
- Slowly add scrambled eggs to the boiling soup. Wait 30 seconds and a stir. It will turn into chunks.
- Cook for 3 minutes.
- Serve with toast and sprinkled extra Pecorino Romano.
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Okay... weird question. I have some fresh kale I need to use this week. How would you prep it in order to be suitable for this soup? It looks like a great recipe to try! Thanks!
Glad you asked, Kathy. Prep the kale and then chop into smaller pieces. Heat a TBSP of olive oil and sautee in a skillet until cooked. Then, follow the recipe for the stracciatella and add the cooked kale. Yum.
I've never heard of adding veggies to stracciatella, but I think I would like it better that way too!
Try it. Great recipe for those busy days. =) Thanks for commenting.