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    Seafood Bisque Day - Oct 19th

    A delicious collection of various seafood bisque recipes from the contributing members of Recipezaar.
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    You will need to make corn stock AND shrimp stock. I suggest using shrimp since the stock will be used anyway. You may also add a little cornstarch dissolved in water at the end if you prefer this to be slightly thicker. Prep time includes time for stocks.

    Recipe #56489

    This is a dish I learned to make at Leith's cooking school in London. It takes a little work, but is divine. You could make the pasta dough, filling and sauce ahead of time, but I recommend cooking the pasta as soon as possible after you've made it. If you must store it for a few hours, then separate the ravioli with plastic wrap or parchment paper to keep them from sticking together.

    Recipe #94224

    Adapted from Cooking Light. This is adictive! Time does not include peeling and deveining shrimp.

    Recipe #195168

    3 Reviews |  By twissis

    From my long-lost treasure trove of recipes newly found. While we love homemade soups in Iceland, I cannot make this as I have not seen a squash here in nearly 4 yrs. This is very low-cal & low-fat, but I will have to rely on you RZ chefs to tell me if it is as good as it looks to me. As w/TrTr #1, my best guess is this was prob a Food Network recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #209416

    An extremely easy soup with a kick! An elegant Southwestern bisque that satisfies.

    Recipe #209680

    I watched Paula make this on TV today- Boy does it look good. If lobster is not affordable, you might substitute with canned crab, extra shrimp or as a last resort imitation crab meat.

    Recipe #211252

    This is an easy and quick recipe that my sister and I devloped. It's definitely not in the low fat category but it sure is satisfying!

    Recipe #241434

    A simple and yummy soup from the RSVP section of Bon Appetit from The Museum Cafe, Paris Bigson Square Museum of Art in Great Falls, MT.

    Recipe #243502

    I was in a jam to find a recipe for lobster bisque to take to our gourmet club's French dinner, and after studying, scrutinizing, and adapting the best of several different recipes for it, came up with this one.My gourmet club has some pretty accomplished cooks, and they all raved about it. I'm sure you'll enjoy it too!Sounds like a lot of directions, but comes together in less than 1 1/2 hrs!

    Recipe #257997

    One of the attorney's in our building makes this every year for the building Christmas party. Within an hour, the whole GIGANTIC batch that she makes is gone. She was nice enough to hand the recipe out this year and I'm posting so as NOT to lose it. It is THE BEST Shrimp, Corn & Crab Bisque that I have ever eaten. She brings it to the party in her crock pot to keep it warm. The added flavor comes from the shrimp stock so make sure you follow that direction closely.

    Recipe #271926

    This is from the Red Lobsters. They were nice enough to give me the recipe. - The best of the ocean — and the kitchen — fits in one little bowl. As rich and delicious as lobster can be, it’s a bisque that beats all.

    Recipe #273608

    So easy & so delicious....

    Recipe #273659

    I am publishing a series of recipes that use items from your pantry. These recipes are good for emergency survival, camping, job loss and other situations where surviving off staples may be needed. Most of these are also good as a quick dinner when you dont feel like cooking. Since these recipes require canned or packaged goods they may not be as good as if you use fresh - but feel free to substitute fresh for packaged.

    Recipe #277381

    I am publishing a series of recipes that use items from your pantry. These recipes are good for emergency survival, camping, job loss and other situations where surviving off staples may be needed. Most of these are also good as a quick dinner when you dont feel like cooking. Since these recipes require canned or packaged goods they may not be as good as if you use fresh - but feel free to substitute fresh for packaged.

    Recipe #277453

    This is a great dish, I always get rave reviews on this recipe.

    Recipe #281478

    This is another San Diego Restaurant recipe, from Blue Point Costal Cusine. A king of soups, a version that will arch the eyebrow of even the most discriminating gourmet. Very rich, expensive and luxurious.

    Recipe #283422

    Quick corn and crab bisque. Wonderful on a cold night when your in a hurry! Easily doubled, leftovers freeze well.

    Recipe #285205

    Found this on the web -- sounds different then the traditional corn and seafood stuff out there, and the red beans and broccoli would give it some nice color.

    Recipe #292702

    Serve this silky soup with oyster crackers or croutons. From the New England chapter of the United States Regional Cookbook, Culinary Arts Institute of Chicago, 1947.

    Recipe #313275

    3 Reviews |  By yooper

    I found this on the Wisconsin Dairy Board. I'm on a low carb diet so this is a no-no for now. I know just what I'm having when I go on my next planned "cheat." Someone make this quick so I can live vicariously through your review!

    Recipe #63532

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