Ribble Soup Anyone? My Grandma used to make what she called Ribble Soup. I don't know how to pronounce it, or spell it. It's either Ribble, Rivel, or Rebble soup, pronounced with a short "i". I just wondered if anyone who is German, or has that background has heard of it. It is made like this: Boil about two cans of beef broth. Drop in the ribbles and left over roast beef (ground up, or small pieces). The ribbles are made of 1-1/2 cups flour, 1-1/2 cups of Bisquick (this was a change my mom added cause there was non in G-ma's day), 1 Tsp. Baking Powder, 1 Tsp. salt, 2 beaten eggs, 2 tbsp. oil. the dry ingredients are stirred together, then the wet ones added, stirred with a fork, so it makes chuncks. Then these ribbles are dropped into the boiling broth until it is the right consistency. Should be how you like your potato soup (some like their's thicker than others. There would probably be some of the dry ribbles left over, so I freeze it in a baggie until it can be used again. You can add the chopped beef whenever. Just cook until it's the right consistency. It's really yummy. I just want to see if anyone if familiar with it.