This is a great warm winter soup. It takes only 30 minutes to cook, but it vanishes even faster than it took you to cook it.
1 pound(s) minced pork, people
1/2 piece(s) white onion
3 piece(s) medium potatoes
8 piece(s) button mushrooms
2 piece(s) sprouts green onion
1/2 cup(s) chopped dill
1 teaspoon(s) salt
2 pinch(es) italian seasoning
2 piece(s) medium bay leaves
3 quart(s) water
1/4 pound(s) thin spaghetti
3 slice(s) provolone cheese
Step 1: Prepare your minced meat by adding 1/2 teaspoon of salt, pinch of Italian seasoning and 1/4 of a chopped onion.
Step 2: Set a 4 qt. pan filled with 3 qt. of water on a stove.
Step 3: Wait until the water starts boiling, form mid-sized meatballs and put them into the boiling water. Turn the heat to medium.
Step 4: Peel your potatoes, wash and cut in mid sized pieces.
Step 5: Add your potatoes to the meatballs, then add 1/2 teaspoon of salt and 1 pinch of Italian seasoning.
Step 6: Wash your mushrooms, cut in quarters and add to your soup.
***Tip from Helen** It is better to cut mushrooms in quarters, this way they will keep more flavor!***
Step 7: Boil the spaghetti in a different pan, when cooked, drain, cover your spaghetti with cheese slices and let it melt. Set aside.
Step 8: Wash your onion sprouts,dill and finely chop it.
Step 9: When your potatoes and meatballs are ready, add the dill and spring onion. (In about 25 minutes from the time you started cooking the soup) and turn the gas off.
Step 10. When you wish to serve your soup add spaghetti with cheese into the plates first and then pour the soup.
Enjoy your warm hearty soup!: