Turtle soup from beans (no turtle meat!) - oz
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Turtle soup from beans (no turtle meat!) - oz
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:28:00 AM. Recipe ID 63157. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Turtle soup from beans (no turtle meat!) - oz
 Categories: Soups, Oz
      Yield: 1 Servings
 
    375 g  Black bean packet
      2 l  Water
        lg Pinch parsley
        lg Pinch thyme
        lg Pinch summer savory
      1 ts Butter,cold
           Salt & pepper to taste
      4 ea Hard boiled egg yolks,choppe
      1 ea Lemon,sliced
    1/2 ea Glass of wine*
           Few meatballs of forcemeat*
 
  Soak the black beans in water overnight. Boil them in 2 liters of
  water until they are soft. Puree the beans in a blender or push
  through a sieve, reserving liquid. Return the puree to the soup pot
  along with the liquid. Put the parsley,thyme,and summur savory into a
  small piece of muslin,tie and put into the pot. Add butter and season
  with salt and pepper. Simmer for at least 30 minutes. Just before
  serving,add the egg yolks,lemon slices,wine, and meatballs.
  
  Original authors note: "This soup is so near the flavor of real
  turtle soup that few people are able to tell the difference!"
  
  * Wine not specified. My guess is a dry white unless you like sweet
  turtles. * Forcemeat is sausage meat, ground, not overly spicey. I
  also presume that the meatballs are cooked somewhere along the way
  but it doesn't mention it in the recipe.
  
  Bush Cooking by Max Bryant Published by the Kangaroo Press ISBN 0
  86417 230 3
 




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Recipe ID 63157 (Apr 03, 2005)

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