It's been a cold and rainy June her in New England. After putting my long sleeved shirts away a few weeks ago, I retrieved them along with some sweaters from the closet top shelf. With the overcast skies and relative chill in the air, it's a good day for soup.
A culinary fun fact. The origin of the soup is Italian. The name was miss-translated in an Ellis Island way--it is literally, Married Soup, meaning that the ingredients go well together and in well-married sort of way. A culinary marriage made in heaven, Italian style!
Use the broth made from the chicken bones and any left over chicken scraps deemed inedible like the gristly parts. See my broth blog entry to come :-)
tomatoes - I'm using the last of the jars canned last fall
butter, ghee and or coconut oil for frying
hotdogs - diced in small pieces
spinach - washed and cut into small pieces
parmesan cheese - grated
Saute onions and garlic. Add chopped up hotdogs. Add broth and chopped spinach and tomatoes. Stir in the eggs until thin strands appear. Add the hotdogs to the soup. Salt and pepper to taste. Serve with grated cheese and/or spoon of creme fraiche.