Low-Fat Salmon Bisque

Total Time
30mins
Prep
10 mins
Cook
20 mins

This great recipe is high in calcium and Omega 3 essential fatty acids. It’s quick, easy to make and delicious. From http://www.womens-menopause-health.com/perimenopause_symptoms.htm

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Ingredients

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Directions

  1. Combine first six ingredients (salmon, tomato juice, celery, onion, water and parsley) and simmer fifteen minutes.
  2. Add the next six ingredients (baking soda, honey, salt, pepper, butter and cornstarch).
  3. Mix well until the butter has completely melted and thin with milk. Using less or more milk for the consistency you like.
Most Helpful

5 5

This was delicious and definitely easy-a keeper. I used salmon that comes in an foil packet. The only change I will make next time is half the salt. Thank you for sharing, Rita.

5 5

I'd give this 4 stars if it were high fat; however, for low-fat, low-calorie, it was very good. I used Spicy V-8 juice in place ot tomato juice, 'cause that's what I had on hand. I also used canned salmon, undrained, which may be why I thought the bisque should have been a little thicker - or perhaps I should have cut back on the milk. A delicious flavor - didn't taste low-fat at all. I think this would be a good base for a variety of seafood, such as crab, shrimp, etc. Thanks for a good recipe, Rita.

3 5

This turned out well with ingredients I already had on hand. I used canned salmon. I also used a generic Clamato juice that I had in the pantry instead of plain tomato juice. I whisked the cornstarch and baking powder with a little of the milk before adding it so it wouldn't make lumps.