How long to cook pancake soup?

Cook pancake soup for 3 hours, of which you need to spend 1.5 hours in the kitchen.

How to cook pancake soup

Beef on the bone – 500 grams
Egg – 3 pieces
Milk – 1 cup
Flour – 150 grams
Bay leaf – 3 pieces
Parsley – 1 bunch
Green onions – 1 bunch
Dill – 1 bunch
Vegetable oil – 3 tablespoons
Salt and sugar – to taste

How to cook pancake soup
1. Rinse the meat well under running water.
2. Pour three liters of cold water into a saucepan, put the meat in it and bring to a boil.
3. After the water boils and foam forms, it is necessary to drain the first broth and remove the meat from it.
4. Put the meat in a clean saucepan, pour it with three liters of water and bring it to a boil again, while removing the foam with a tablespoon or slotted spoon.
5. When the broth boils, reduce the heat, add three bay leaves and salt to taste. Boil for two and a half hours over moderate heat.
6. While the broth is cooking, finely chop half a bunch of onions, half a bunch of parsley and dill.
7. Break the eggs into a deep bowl, beat them with salt, add milk and sugar, and mix.
8. Pour flour into the resulting dough base and knead the batter.
9. Put chopped greens, two tablespoons of vegetable oil into the dough and mix thoroughly to make the dough without lumps.
10. Grease a heated pan with oil and bake thin pancakes with a diameter of 10-12 centimeters on it.
11. Cool the pancakes and roll each one into a tight tube; cut each pancake across the narrow edge so that you get rings half a centimeter thick.
12. Put half of the remaining greens in the broth and mix, cook for another half hour.
13. Place the pancake noodles on a plate and pour over the broth.

Tasty Facts

– In different countries of the world, pancake soup has its own name. So, for example, the inhabitants of Germany call it the word “Pfannkuchensuppe“, Consisting of two roots, which translate as pancake and broth. The Italian name of a similar dish has the same meaning – “Brodo on tagliolini di crespelle”. But the name of the soup, common among the inhabitants of Austria, comes from the word Frittata (omelet) and sounds like Frittatensuppe.