Sopa de Albóndigas

“Primero que todo tengo que decir que a la hora de cocinar, yo soy bien tradicional. Trato de seguir las recetas como me las enseñó mi mamá, que a su vez son herencia de su mamá. Por ejemplo, la sopa de albóndigas tiene, pero tiene, que ser de carne de res y de carne de cerdo combinadas. Así le enseñaron a mi madre y para mí quedan más ricas! A mis hijos también les encanta la sopa así. Mi madre todavía conserva un cuaderno único que contiene todas las recetas a mano que hacía mi abuelita. Es de imaginarse como atesora dicho libro…creo que algún día nos vamos a pelear el mismo con mi hermana!”

  Truth be told, we have a lot of soups on our list! Despite the weather always being tropical – and beyond – we never miss out on the opportunity to enjoy a delicious, warm, homemade soup. It evokes not only comfort, but most people associate it with their family, most particularly grandma! This simple soup centers around the world-famous meatball, prepared a little larger than its Italian or German counterpart, served in a warm broth with fresh – but minimal – vegetables, and enhanced with rice, onions, garden fresh parsley, and cumin! Since the soup is so simple and minimalistic, the magical touch is in the quality of its ingredients: always fresh and top notch!

Collaboration made by Alejandra, a family-oriented architect living in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. She takes great care of her two small children and husband, and enjoys spending time with her close-knitted siblings.
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