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DUGII QORBASI or Wedding Soup, TURKISH
Add meat, bones, peeled onion, scraped carrot and salt to the water. Cover and cook over a medium fire until the meat is tender (about 3 hours). Strain the broth. Mince the cooked meat and add it to the stock and set aside.
Blend butter and flour in a large saucepan over low flame, stirring constantly until light brown (about 3 minutes), Add meat stock, stirring constantly. Simmer for about 5 minutes. Add lemon juice to beaten egg yolks, then gradually add about 2 ladles of the boiling stock. Stir the egg mixture rapidly into the soup. Serve with garnish of melted butter to which paprika and cayenne have been added.
Contributed by Mrs. L. Ruwin and Mrs. A. Turner, 1950
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