Middle Eastern meatball soups

Meatballs are often served in tomato sauce, but I like them just as much in Middle Eastern soups.

By FAYE LEVY, YAKIR LEVY
January 23, 2014 11:54
culture

Meatball soup. (photo credit: YAKIR LEVY)

 
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Meatballs are often served in tomato sauce, but I like them just as much in Middle Eastern soups.

I often cook my meatballs in chunky vegetable soup, made from a colorful mixture of seasonal vegetables and flavored with cumin, turmeric, garlic, salt and pepper. Sometimes I add beans and rice or small pasta shapes, and then my soup becomes more substantial – you could call it meatball minestrone.

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