How Do You Made A Traditional German Wedding Soup?
German culture, traditions and recipes vary from region to region. While it is customary for German wedding soup, or “Hochzeitsuppe,” to be served at weddings all over Germany, every family makes it a little differently. Follow these basic steps and add your own personal touches to make traditional German wedding soup. Pour broth in to a large stock pot, cover and bring to a boil. Reduce heat once boiling, add soup vegetables and simmer for about an hour. Though meat is not a traditional ingredient, you may add beef chunks, if desired. Make dumplings while stock is simmering. Whisk together 2 eggs, ½ cup milk, and salt and nutmeg to taste (some recipes also call for the addition of minced liver), then drop by spoonfuls into a pot of boiling water. Boil for roughly 10 minutes or until dumplings float and are solid. Remove and drain well. Bring stock back to a boil, and add pasta if you wish. This is a regional specialty that is not always included. Boil 4 to 5 additional minutes or unti