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Fish soup

Discussion in 'Recipes and Cooking' started by zmajmr, Oct 18, 2013.

  1. zmajmr

    zmajmr Well-Known Member

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    fish:

    catfish

    carp

    ;)
     
    Last edited: Oct 18, 2013
  2. Oldsarge

    Oldsarge Deeper Blue Budget Bwana Staff Member Forum Mentor

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    Pike would be good. Or tench, for those on the other side of the pond.
     
  3. turneffeisland

    turneffeisland Member

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    I made some swai soup last night with lentils and potatoes it was amazing
     
  4. Oldsarge

    Oldsarge Deeper Blue Budget Bwana Staff Member Forum Mentor

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    Yeah, it should have been. Well cooked, that spearo.
     
  5. agbiv

    agbiv Spear, cook, and eat fish

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    Drool, drool
     
  6. Oldsarge

    Oldsarge Deeper Blue Budget Bwana Staff Member Forum Mentor

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    There's a couple of soup recipes some of you might like on my website . . . along with a lot of other stuff.
     
  7. zmajmr

    zmajmr Well-Known Member

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  8. SubSub

    SubSub Well-Known Member

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    F U for making me hungry! I was just going to bed!
     
  9. Oldsarge

    Oldsarge Deeper Blue Budget Bwana Staff Member Forum Mentor

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    So, Croatian cowboy barbecue?
     
  10. zmajmr

    zmajmr Well-Known Member

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    No cowboys in Croatia, it is kind of liquid barbecue even I do not know definition of barbecue, I guess it is term for when you make something on fire :)
     
  11. Oldsarge

    Oldsarge Deeper Blue Budget Bwana Staff Member Forum Mentor

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    Very good. That's exactly what it means. It looks just like what the Hungarian cowboys make though they don't use fish, if I remember right.
     
  12. zmajmr

    zmajmr Well-Known Member

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    I think I know on what you mean, probably "gulash" (gulaš), it is made with chopped beef , soup is very similar if not the same (probably without of tomatos), this meal is called literaly like you say "fish" and then you add "paprikaš" (paprika + ash), now when I analyze meaning that basically means paprika in powder (ash), and if you watch you saw that there goes a lot of red paprika in powder same as for "gulash".
    This "fish" meal is my own style recipe , I never read how it what made, I try to conclude how and what to use to make it, and then I try and try until I find wining combination :) Every time result is little different , it depends which wine you use, about fish age, vegetables ... Anyway I like to make it and eat it :)
     
  13. Oldsarge

    Oldsarge Deeper Blue Budget Bwana Staff Member Forum Mentor

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    LOL, you make it the way any good cook does, trial/error/instinct. Good job.
     
  14. zmajmr

    zmajmr Well-Known Member

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  15. Oldsarge

    Oldsarge Deeper Blue Budget Bwana Staff Member Forum Mentor

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    Looks good. What kind of fish was it?
     
  16. zmajmr

    zmajmr Well-Known Member

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    Hi, thx, it is carp.
     
  17. SubSub

    SubSub Well-Known Member

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    That is like a version of the halászlé / firsherman soup. Hungarian food rocks!