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Submitted:
  2011-03-01
Prep Time:
  20-25 minutes
Yield:
  8 (servings)
Difficulty Level:
  Quick and Easy
Category:
  Pareve
Meal:
  Lunch
  Dinner
Course:
  Soups
Health Conscious:
  not specified
Cuisine:
  not specified
Cooking Method:
  Stove Top Cook
Occasion:
  Yom Tov
Main Ingredients:
  Fish
  Tomato
Source:
  not specified
Bracha:
  not specified

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There is something magical about soup. When you come in from the freezing cold outdoors and sit down at the table to a bowl of hot steaming soup, it transforms your entire body. It first starts at your lips as you take in that first spoonful into your open mouth; the flavors then swirl around your tongue then plunge down your throat to warm your entire body.
I love soup so much that even in the summer my family eats chicken soup every Friday night. Now, during the winter months, I make a fresh batch of different varieties every few days. I also enjoy soups that are meals in of themselves. Many years ago, my husband and I went to eat out in Manhattan. One of their dinner specials was a bouillabaisse, which is a fish stew (typically made with shell fish). As I had never had an opportunity to try such a dish (since shell fish are not kosher, you generally don’t find these dishes at kosher restaurants), I wanted to try this kosher version of the classic dish. It was amazing!!! I then scoured the internet to try for a kosher version of this dish. After much trying and creative adaptation, this was my tweaked recipe of this yummy soup. I serve it with crusty bread and I like to drink Baron Herzog Late Harvest Riesling with it.
 
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Comments / Reviews
interesting..i never tried a fish soup before...is it good for a picky fish eater?
chavsg, 2011-03-02
Great for picky eaters. My young children love it. They dont realize they are eating fish. You can also try salmon too.
naominachm, 2011-03-02
 
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