Onion Chicken Meatball Soup

Eve Elenhorn Recipe By
  • Cooking and Prep: 1 h
  • Serves: 4
  • Contains:

These meatballs will fluff up nicely and are a perfect way to sneak in more protein for the kids. I'm sure you can do this in a slow cooker as well to minimize active cooking time but I haven't tried it! Happy holiday!

Ingredients (15)

Soup

Meatballs

Sommelier Suggests

Start Cooking

Sauté

  1. In a stock pot, sauté onions with olive oil, salt, rosemary and thyme for 25 minutes on medium-low and keep tossing to avoid burning onions. Stir often and cook until onions are really dark brown (not black).

Make the Chicken Meatballs

  1. Meanwhile, pulse carrots in a food processor until they are in very small pieces and transfer into a bowl.

  2. Add the rest of the ingredients and lightly toss with your hands to incorporate. Place the bowl in the refrigerator to set about five to 10 minutes.

To Finish

  1. Pour in the broth and water and bring to a boil.

  2. Roll the meatballs into one-inch balls and drop them into the soup. Cook for 10–12 minutes on medium-low to simmer.

About

Eve shared this recipe for Dip the Apple.

EMAIL
  • Ruti

    Onion Chicken Meatball Soup

    Very original take!

    This looked so fancy, and the chicken balls tasted great. I adjusted the method of the onion soup to be closer to real French onion soup, caramelising the onions with a little sugar for half an hour, then adding water with a little soup mix (about 1 tsp) and letting it simmer on low for an hour. The balls were easy to make (I cut up the grated carrots with a knife, rather than lugging out my food processor) I made 20 balls with half the mixture and froze the other half for use again, maybe with a vegetable soup instead. It was thoroughly enjoyed!
    Posted by Ruti_D |October 10, 2019
    0
  • Celeste Delgado

    Onion Chicken Meatball Soup

    Posted by cd063956 |February 27, 2019
    0
  • Oralee Sonnenblick

    Onion Chicken Meatball Soup

    Cooking time

    Will the meatballs be cooked after only 12 minutes on a low simmer?
    Posted by Oralee |December 25, 2018
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman  - Kosher.com Admin
    I would think in the boiling hot water it should be ok if they are very small meatballs. Think hamburgers that are grilled six minutes on each side in intense heat. I would check one to make sure though.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|December 27, 2018
    0
Please Log in to post a review How'd it turn out? Write a review. POST
Community Rating
5 / 5 stars
  • Ruti

    Onion Chicken Meatball Soup

    Very original take!

    This looked so fancy, and the chicken balls tasted great. I adjusted the method of the onion soup to be closer to real French onion soup, caramelising the onions with a little sugar for half an hour, then adding water with a little soup mix (about 1 tsp) and letting it simmer on low for an hour. The balls were easy to make (I cut up the grated carrots with a knife, rather than lugging out my food processor) I made 20 balls with half the mixture and froze the other half for use again, maybe with a vegetable soup instead. It was thoroughly enjoyed!
    Posted by Ruti_D |October 10, 2019
    0
  • Celeste Delgado

    Onion Chicken Meatball Soup

    Posted by cd063956 |February 27, 2019
    0
Please Log in to ask a question How'd it turn out? Write a review. POST
  • Oralee Sonnenblick

    Onion Chicken Meatball Soup

    Cooking time

    Will the meatballs be cooked after only 12 minutes on a low simmer?
    Posted by Oralee |December 25, 2018
    Replies:
    Chaia Frishman  - Kosher.com Admin
    I would think in the boiling hot water it should be ok if they are very small meatballs. Think hamburgers that are grilled six minutes on each side in intense heat. I would check one to make sure though.
    Posted by Chaiaadmin|December 27, 2018
    0

NEWSLETTER
Subscribe to kosher.com

For the latest and trendiest recipes!
Subscribe to kosher.com
For the latest and trendiest recipes!
BACK TO TOP