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Farina Dumpling Soup

When any of us were not well and didn't feel much like eating, Grandma Block would make us little bowls of broth with tiny dumplings in them. This soup invariably tasted good and helped us get over our illness. It is quickly made, with ingredients readily available.


1 C. water or milk

1tsp. Butter

1 beaten egg

½ C. Cream of Wheat

Dash of salt

Dash of nutmeg (if desired)

Soup broth (Usually Bouillon cubes dissolved in boiling water)

1 . Combine 1 C. water or milk, butter, salt, and cream of wheat in a saucepan and cook until thick.

2 . Cool till barely warm and add beaten egg, mixing well.

3 . Drop these by ½ teaspoonfuls into boiling broth.

4 . Cook for 5 minutes, or until done.


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