Garlic Soup (Aigo Boulido)

A variation of this soup runs through most of the alpine regions of France, including the Provencal Alps and the Pyrenees. In these areas, the high concentration of vitamin C present in garlic is looked upon by shepherds-and doting mothers-as a means of warding off winter's ills. Most rustic recipes simply call for stirring egg yolks into the finished soup. This version, with its whole poached eggs, comes from the departmental capital of Digne, long a stopping-off point for alpine tourists and well known for its thermal baths. The city lies on the famous road built by the Romans through Italy to northern France, a byway that later became la Route Napoleon.
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woodlandbird
,Woodland Park
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January 31, 2013
Ability level:Advanced
Cooks for:1 to 2 people
Cooks:Every day
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Just might cure the common cold
January 31, 2013
I made this soup for my garlic obsessed boyfriend because he was coming down with a cold just before a very important corporate review. The cold was gone the next day, and the soup was delicious. I did add some chicken to the soup because he is a serious meat eater - he said it would be better without it, so that's what I get for changing the recipe. He seemed to think it needed more vegetables though, onion and kale or something else green. So we will try that next time one of us catches a cold.
Pros: Quick, Good Value, Easy, Healthy, Adaptable, Will Make Again