Craving egg drop soup? Consider whipping up this Instant Pot Keto Egg Drop Soup. Loaded with all the authentic flavor of egg drop soup, that is keto-friendly.
This is an authentic egg drop soup recipe that you can make in your Instant Pot.
My egg drop soup is full of authentic flavors, that will leave you wanting one more bowlful. If you are on the Ketogenic diet, check out these other recipes. Instant Pot egg roll in a bowl, keto cheesecake, or make spaghetti squash in your pressure cooker.
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Instant Pot Keto Egg Drop Soup
Serve up this slurp-able soup as the main dish or a starter to your meal. This is also great to use to meal prep for some quick grab and go lunches on a cold chilly day.
Is Egg Drop Soup Keto?
This egg drop soup recipe is keto. Now, depending on where you buy it at restaurants I can't vouch they use all the proper ingredients. But this recipe here is keto approved.
How Many Carbs in Egg Drop Soup?
This recipe can serve 2-4. So depending on how many servings you create will vary in how many carbs are in this egg drop soup.
If you split the recipe up and do 4 servings you will find each serving has 4 carbs. Granted if you alter ingredients then make sure to check over your carb count so you can stay on track with what carbs you have used.
Is Egg Drop Soup Vegetarian?
While this Instant Pot egg drop soup isn't a vegetarian egg drop soup recipe, you can simply switch out the chicken broth for a vegetable broth to make it a vegetarian recipe.
Supplies Used to Make Egg Drop Soup Recipe
- Silicone whisk | Use a whisk to mix in the eggs so they form ribbons of eggs throughout the soup. This silicone whisk is ideal for use with the Instant Pot and with the optional nonstick inner pot.
- Asian restaurant-style soup bowls with spoons | These traditional Asian-style restaurant soup bowls are on our wish list. Serve egg drop soup like a pro with these bowls and matchings spoons!
- Extra Instant Pot silicone sealing ring | The silicone sealing ring in your Instant Pot needs to be changed out a couple times a year. Some people swear by having two sealing rings in rotation: one for sweet recipes and one for savory food.
Egg Drop Soup Nutritional Facts
Egg drop soup calories are pretty reasonable! You will find 75 calories when you do 4 servings for this recipe. And 4 grams of protein in egg drop soup.
It is a great recipe to use, and super simple to whip up.
Is Keto Egg Drop Soup Thick
This keto version does not use cornstarch the way a traditional egg drop soup does. But you will find even though it isn't as thick, it is still just as savory.
The rich broth, ribbons of eggs. It is so refreshing and nourishing to your body.
Can You Reheat Egg Drop Soup?
Reheating egg drop soup can be done, but the biggest thing is to know that the texture will be different. The reheating will cause the eggs to overcook, so it will be more rubbery.
It still tastes good, just different. If you know you won't eat it all, you can remove some of the soup and store without the eggs in it. Then reheat and mix in the eggs.
Can You Freeze Egg Drop Soup?
I do not recommend freezing this soup. It is going to totally change the texture of the soup. The beauty of this soup is it doesn't take much to make.
So you can easily throw together a quick meal or starter in no time.
Our Bok Choy Soup is another delicious Asian-inspired soup to try.