From the author, Toni Okamoto: Here’s a quick and easy recipe for the sopa de fideo that my grandma used to make for me. It’s a Mexican pasta dish spiced with cumin, and it’s very, very delicious. It also happens to be extremely inexpensive, all the ingredients cost me less than $2!
Thanks to my Mom for donating this recipe.
From Plant-Based on a Budget: This recipe screams comfort and coziness. Sopa de fideo is a traditional Mexican soup passed from generation to generation and loved by many. Get ready to fall in love with a super simple, very affordable, and uber delicious dish!
What is Sopa de Fideo?
Sopa de Fideo is Spanish for noodle soup. “Fideo” is a noodle and “sopa” is soup. It is usually made with a stock-based soup and fideos which are Mexican-style thin and short noodles you can find in the Hispanic aisle at the supermarket. They are very budget-friendly at only .40 cents per bag. Amazing! If you have trouble finding them you can always use angel hair pasta and break into pieces.
This Mexican noodle soup is a real catch. You can prepare it easily, quickly, and with items, you probably already have in your pantry (make sure you always keep some fideos or angel hair pasta in there!). In 15 minutes, you can whip up an amazingly comforting dinner and feed your family and friends (you might need to adjust the recipe if you need more than 4-5 servings).
As always, you’re more than welcome to get creative and experiment with some new add ons or replacements. Adding those sad-looking veggies to this Sopa de Fideo might be a good idea!
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