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Mike's Traditional Old Sober Soup.

Mike's Traditional Old Sober Soup You can cook Mike's Traditional Old Sober Soup using 24 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Mike's Traditional Old Sober Soup

  1. It's of ● Old Sober Soup Ingredients.
  2. Prepare 4 lb of Beef Chuck Tender Roast [cut in 1/2" cubes].
  3. It's 4 box (32 oz) of Beef Broth [reserve 1 box more if needed].
  4. It's 1 box of Thick Spaghetti Noodles.
  5. It's 1/3 cup of Fresh Chives [chopped + reserves].
  6. It's 1 tbsp of Cracked Black Pepper.
  7. It's 3 tsp of Louisiana Hot Sauce [no substitutions].
  8. Prepare 2 tbsp of Fresh Garlic.
  9. Prepare 1 tsp of Granulated Onion Powder.
  10. It's 1 tsp of Worcestershire Sauce.
  11. Prepare 1 tbsp of Cajun Seasoning.
  12. It's 1 tsp of Soy Sauce.
  13. Prepare 1 tsp of Oregano.
  14. You need 1 tbsp of Dried Parsley.
  15. You need 1 tsp of Red Pepper Flakes.
  16. Prepare of ● For The Sides, Garnishments & Equipment.
  17. You need 8 of Boiled Eggs [halved].
  18. It's 1 cup of Sliced Fresh Chives.
  19. Prepare as needed of Worcestershire Sauce.
  20. You need as needed of Louisiana Hot Sauce.
  21. Prepare as needed of Soy Sauce.
  22. Prepare as needed of Ketchup.
  23. It's 4 of Large Styrofoam Cups.
  24. You need 8 of Chopsticks.

Mike's Traditional Old Sober Soup step by step

  1. ● Chop beef chuck or prime rib into 1" bite sized cubes [trim any fat] and chop your chives. ● I typically use my leftover prime rib and any leftover Au Jus from holiday meals. [look for my Mike's EZ Prime Rib recipe] ● So, know there will be additional herbs and spices in this prime rib version. It will also take less time to cook until meat is melt in your mouth tender. ● If you have any leftover prime rib bones, throw those in your pot as well. There's a lot of fat and flavor in those suckers! https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/341086-mikes-ez-prime-rib.
  2. ● Place all ingredients - except for 1 of your 4 boxes of broth, your noodles and anything listed as sides/garnishments - in a large pot. ● Simmer covered for 2 hours or, until meat is melt in your mouth tender, if using raw chuck. ● After 2 hours, I'll add some additional crispy chive ends for soup body and texture..
  3. ● Boil your eggs. Using older eggs [they're much easier to peel] bring your eggs and water to a rapid boil. ● Once at a full boil, turn off heat and allow eggs to sit with lid on for 18 minutes..
  4. Arrest the cooking process by placing your eggs in an ice bath immediately..
  5. ● In a seperate pot, bring 1/2 of your broth and water as needed, 1 tsp salt and a small splash of oil to a boil. ● Place noodles in your simmering pot and boil al dente [important step as you'll be simmering your noodles again for 2 minutes in your original broth] - as per manufactures directions. ● Usually about 9 to 10 minutes..
  6. Drain your noodles. Do not rinse..
  7. ● Taste test your broth at this point and see if you'd like to add additional hot sauce, pepper, garlic, soy sauce or Cajun Seasoning. ● Immediately add noodles to your original beef pot for 2 minutes on a heavy boil to absorb your fullest broth flavors. ● Serve in styrofoam cups [if on the go] with sliced eggs, fresh chives and a splash of each garnishment listed, if desired..
  8. For the record, let it be said that I don't quite get the Ketchup garnishment part of this recipe but, to each his own!.
  9. Old Sober with Udon Noodles. Enjoy!.

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