Turkey Albondigas Soup – a slight spin on the classic Mexican dish, perfect for sharing with friends on Cinco de Mayo.
Happy Cinco de Mayo!
The Cincos of the Mayos always put a uuuuge smile on my face. Rain or shine. In sickness and in health. No bad Cincos. Keep Calm & Cinco On. It’s a beautiful day in the Cincohood. I’ll stop.
And I’m meeeeeeeeeeat….meatballiiiiin (<-sang like Free Fallin’….because Tom Petty loves meatballs, too. <- just roll with it).
^^^Thanks for letting me get that out of my system.
As mentioned in broken record-like fashion over the last two weeks, I’m a sucker for all zuh Mexican foods. I thought it would be fitting to share one of my all time favorite Mexican classics with your head hole today: Albondigas Soup. Have you had it? MYLANTA, you MUST! It’s a traditional Mexican meatball soup with herbed balls o’ meat (typically of the beef varietal) cooked in chicken broth with fresh veggies, and sometimes rice. And it makes you sing the meatballin’ song like no one’s listening. It’s just that powerful.