The traditional Spanish stew “cocido” is mainly made with chickpeas, potatoes and other vegetables, different meats and bones to add flavour. Traditionally it was a dish to use all the leftovers on the pantry, and nothing was left of it. If any pieces of meat were left, they would be turned into croquettes, and the remaining consome was turned into a soup by adding some short noodles, pasta balls or pasta stars. With the time, the side uses of cocido became the most popular ones, being the cocido soup one of the favourite homemade soups in Spain. But, what if you only want to have the soup but don´t fancy all the mess of making a cocido first?
The solution is this comforting and easy to make soup, perfect to warm you up on a rainy afternoon or to help you feel better if you are ill. This is a new recipe that comes to widen the range of powder soups Gallina Blanca, that have been virtually present in every home in Spain. To feel the true flavour of a homemade cocido soup you just need to add the powder to 1l of boiling water, stir until it boils again, and then slow cook for 5 minutes. Enjoy!
- Easy to prepare and comforting, perfect to fight the nostalgia and homesickness
- Smells like your mom´s home
- Contains wheat, milk and egg products. May contain traces of celery, soy, fish and shellfish
- 4 servings. £0.35/Serving
Pasta (thin noodles) 75%: (hard wheat semoline, cooking salt, wheat flour, flavour enhancers (monosodium glutamate), wheat starch, potato 2.1%, onion 1.3% aromatics (with milk, egg), smoke aromatics, spices, chicken meat 0.5%, pork fat, beef meat 0.4%, carrot 0.3%, chikpeas 0.3%, leek 0.3%. May contain traces of celery, soy, fish, and shellfish.