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Pastina Soup Recipe

If you're Italian, you probably grew up on pastina! It is basically the Italian equivalent to penicillin! Pastina is the ultimate comfort food and instantly makes you feel better! It is full of nutrients and protein. Although this meal is often served during the colder months, it is just as delicious any time of the year!

If you’re Italian, you probably grew up on pastina! It is basically the Italian equivalent to penicillin! Pastina is the ultimate comfort food and instantly makes you feel better! It is full of nutrients and protein. Although this meal is often served during the colder months, it is just as delicious any time of the year!

Ingredients – Serves 2

  • 2 c. stock/broth of choice, such as chicken or vegetable
  • 1/2 c. pastina
  • 1 egg
  • grated parmesan cheese for serving

Written Printable Directions: Here

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5 comments

  1. My mom would make pastina for us for breakfast on a cold morning before school and if our stomachs didn’t feel too good; but ours was made with milk,butter and a little bit of maple syrup or sugar. It is still one of my favorites, and I’m a grandmother now.

  2. My mother used water instead of broth as do I. I put the pastina in boiling water and throw a scrambled egg and when its cooked plenty of Romano cheese. salt and pepper of course. Sometimes I dice up a zucchini and cook it in there also. Delish!!

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