WE have a very large family POLISH and GERMAN heritage. In order to strech out the food dollars when we were growing up we had milk soup often,in fact i would swear we had a recipe for any kind of soup! Here is how we make it even today.
1 gallon whole milk
1 gallon water
salt to taste
approx 1/2 cup to 3/4 cup uncooked white rice
any size uncoked noodles 12 to 16 oz bag
good heavy soup pot and top
heavy woodwn spoon
stove heat is on high
mix and boil both water and milk until thick and creamy stirring constantly making certain bottom of the pot doesn't burn, start off with the top on the pot.later when the milk is boiling you can take the top off of the pot ,There appears a thick layer on the top of the soup and milk also looks thicker, at this time make sure the heat is on high and add the rice, let that cook until 3/4 done then add noodles,then you can reduce the heat to let the rice and noodles continue to cook fully. soup is done and ready to eat!
I like to stay very close to the stove area when this is cooking, try not to let the soup boil over onto the stove , this may sound like alot of work but it is not! well worth the minimal effort to cook!
Understand when I make this soup today it is made in a very large quanity, will last for several days in the refridge (if not eaten before)! Is great to eat when you are sick or healthy! HAPPY STIRRING!