Quickly Make Exquisite 3 Ingredient Egg Drop Soup

A wonderful 3 ingredient egg drop sup recipe

Cold weather is here. With the arrival of cold weather, most of us like to have a nice bowl of hot soup when the days are frigid. So, I thought I would share my favorite 3 ingredient egg drop soup recipe with you all.

So, here’s what you are going to need to make this soup.


  • 1/4 cup of rice per person
  • 1 egg per person
  • 1 chicken bouillon per 3 cups of water that you put into your 3 ingredient egg drop soup.
  • You will also need a metal strainer.
  1. First, boil your rice in a pot. Once the rice has boiled to the point that it is soft, then strain it, and set it to one side.
  2. Put water in your pot again and put your bouillon in to boil. You want the bouillon dissolved before you add your egg in.
  3. Take your egg/eggs and break them one at a time into a separate container. Once you have verified that none of the eggs are bad, whisk them together in a bowl.
  4. By this point, your pot should be boiling. Carefully drip the egg into the pot, and stir. You want your 3 ingredient egg drop soup to have the egg freely floating in the soup.
  5. Last, add your rice into the soup and stir to let it soak in some of the bouillon flavor.
A spoonful of three ingredient egg drop soup
This phenomenal soup is inexpensive to make, and scrumptious on a cold day.

Your 3 ingredient egg drop soup is now ready to be served! One of the things I love about this recipe, is that it isn’t full of expensive ingredients. However, if you want to do a different variation of it, here’s where I found my first egg drop soup recipe.

Enjoy your soup!

Homestead in Health Y’all!

Until Next time,


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