Monday, March 25, 2013

The 8 Best Matzo Ball Soups in Brooklyn

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Blue Ribbon Brooklyn
We can’t say we’re in love with everything at Blue Ribbon—how can you reconcile a menu that includes hummus, sushi, paella, and crawfish etoufee? But owners Bruce and Eric Bromberg stick to what they know best when it comes to the matzo ball soup, inspired, of course, by their grandma’s classic recipe. We particularly love the heady, fragrant broth, made from a whole chicken cooked down with aromatics. Schmaltz is used to add rich umami flavor to the matzo balls, and seltzer gives them a lighter-than-air consistency. 280 5th Ave, (718) 840-0404

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