I’m excited to say that our YouTube channel has become
pretty popular, even though we haven’t made a cooking video in a while. Folks
from all around write comments, and on occasion, make requests.
would make a yogurt (maybe mint too) soup with balls in it. Inside one of the
balls, she’d put an olive for a lucky person to find. What is this soup called
and can you make it?”
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‘Lucky’ Meatball and Madzoon (Yogurt) Soup
lean ground lamb)
1 pitted olive, optional (see meatball step #2)
well-incorporated. This can be done by hand or in a food processor.
mixture into balls about ¾ inch to one inch in size. (NOTE: At this time, you
can place a pitted olive in the center of one of the meatballs. Whoever
receives that meatball in the soup at serving time, will be considered lucky.)
they float to the surface. Remove meatballs using a slotted spoon and place on
paper towel-lined plate to drain.
a low heat, stirring constantly to prevent the egg from curdling. Stir in the
chicken broth and butter; continue to stir and cook gently for 5 minutes. Do
not let mixture come to a boil.
for 10 more minutes, stirring now and then.
meatball with the olive inside will have good luck!)