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HomeSurvivalFood and Cooking

Cream of Sorrel Soup

Submitted by Ann Hessel

  • 1 cup packed, coarsely chopped sorrel leaves and tender stems
  • 3 cups water
  • 3 chicken flavor bouillon cubes or packets
  • 2 egg yolks
  • cup whipping or heavy cream
  • 1 T. dry or cooking sherry

Blend sorrel and cup water in covered blender container 15 seconds, till finely chopped. In 2 quart pan heat sorrel mixture, bouillon, and remaining 2 cups water to boiling. Reduce heat to low, cover and simmer 10 minutes. in small bowl with wire whisk or fork, beat egg yolks, cream, and sherry. Stir in small amount of hot soup. Then add this blended warmed mixture to hot soup in pan and stir rapidly to prevent lumping. Continue heating on low, stirring constantly until slightly thickened - do not boil. Serve soup hot or chill to serve cold later. Makes 3 cups or about four 3/4 cup servings.

From The Tracker magazine, February 1982, published by the Tracker School.
For more articles from The Tracker magazine, visit the Tracker Trail website