Matzoh ball soup

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holdem
Cheeseburger
2007/01/30 23:06:32
Has anyone made this with the mix's they sell at the grocery store? If so how did it turn out? Thanks.
Mark in VT
Cheeseburger
RE: Matzoh ball soup 2007/01/30 23:47:38
If have, and it comes out WAY TO SALTY !!!!
I buy just the matzoh ball mix, and use low salt chicken broth,top with a little scallion, DELICIOUS !!!
IansMom
Cheeseburger
RE: Matzoh ball soup 2007/01/31 08:39:35
Best thing.. Make your own...LOL
dbrandon
Hamburger
RE: Matzoh ball soup 2007/01/31 09:08:09
The Maneschevitz mix isn't too bad, although if you've got your own stock or broth it gets better.

Dan B,
still not sure he spelled Man... correctly.
Pigiron
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Matzoh ball soup 2007/01/31 13:27:34
The store mixes aren't terrible in a pinch.
EdSails
Filet Mignon
RE: Matzoh ball soup 2007/01/31 14:32:39
Store meixes are OK--------as long as you don't rely on them for the stock. Put into homemade----or even doctored canned stock----they are much better and less salty.
catosaurus
Cheeseburger
RE: Matzoh ball soup 2007/01/31 15:03:44
Making your own matzo balls are just as easy as using the mix (as long as you own measuring spoons and cups), and infinitely better.
Sneetch
Cheeseburger
RE: Matzoh ball soup 2007/01/31 19:37:39
i'm with almost everybody else's response: use a matzo ball mix (Manishewitz or Streit's) and make sure the stock is homemade! adding fresh parsley to the mix makes it even better...
ChopChop
Junior Burger
RE: Matzoh ball soup 2007/03/15 09:34:09
Be sure to use sparkling water to make up your matzoh balls. They will come out light and fluffy every time.