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Garlic soup

I remember the days I was working in Madrid and in the menu was included the castillian soup, a really nice soup, so I did this recipe to remember those good meals. But this is garlic soup, not castillian soup; at the end castillian soup is a garlic soup with ham cut in really small pieces 🙂

Ingredients (3-4 people):

  • 8 garlic cloves
  • Bread bought some days ago
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 beef bouillon
  • 1 tablespoon of sweet paprika

Start peeling 8 garlic cloves, to peel them easy cut the base, crash it with the knive blade and then you will be able to remove the peel easily. Cut the garlic cloves in thin slices. Cut the bread in slices.

On a big pot add a bit of olive oil and the sliced garlic cloves; move them for 2 minutes and then add 2 bread slices, movint it all for 2 minutes. Add 1 litre of water, 2 beef bouillons and a tablespoon of sweet paprika. Beef bouillons normally have anough salt, anyway taste it and add more if you think necessary.

Move frequently for 20 minutes and then add 2 eggs. Continue moving so the eggs get a nice texture. Shutdown the fire and add remaining bread slices. If you add ham cut in really small pieces this garlic soup will become a castillian soup. Before serve let rest for 10 minutes at least.

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