Bisque is a thick, rich soup that usually consists of pureed seafood and cream. Poultry, vegetables or rice are sometimes also pureed. Bisque is quicker to serve than a traditional soup because it doesn’t have to simmer for hours.
Nutrition experts recommend 2 fish meals per week. This soup recipe from Barbara Parks of Renton, Washington is a tempting way to meet this dietary goal and extend expensive fresh salmon. Even though it uses 2% milk, it has a rich mouth feel. Serve with a salad and a crusty whole-grain bread.
Folks are sure to comment about the awesome roasted red pepper flavor in this velvety soup. It's a fantastic first course for special occasions or alongside sandwiches at a casual gathering.—Mary Zettlemaier, Chelsea, Michigan