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Crab and Corn Bisque

This is a FAST, easy soup recipe. For a tasty variation, add a can of green chiles!

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  • Add onion and butter to soup pot and saute.
  • Add flour and curry powder.
  • Cook for 2 minutes.
  • While this is cooking, chop corn in food processor or blender.
  • Add corn to onion mixture and cook for 5 minutes.
  • Add milk, cream, and salt& pepper (to taste).
  • Bring to boil.
  • Stir in crab meat.
  • Serve hot.
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"This is a FAST, easy soup recipe. For a tasty variation, add a can of green chiles!"
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  1. MrsKnox2016
    I very rarely rate recipe's this low, but I had to change this recipe so much just to make it worth eating, that I can't justify giving it more stars. I've had this one sitting in my recipebox for quite a while, so I was pretty excited to get to try it on a cold evening, but had to make the following adjustments or it would have tasted like warm milk- add 3 tbs flour instead of 1tsp, add 1/4 c butter instead of 1/8 c, 1 tbs salt, 1 tsp pepper, 1 tbs garlic powder, 1 tsp italian seasoning and 1/4 c parmesan cheese. After that, the bisque was pretty tasty, but if I hadn't I would have trashed the soup (and I realize I'm the oddball here). Also, the full recipe makes about 2 bowls, not 4-6 unless each person is getting about 1/4 c each Thank you for posting, otherwise.
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  2. MrsKnox2016
    I very rarely rate recipe's this low, but I had to change this recipe so much just to make it worth eating, that I can't justify giving it more stars. I've had this one sitting in my recipebox for quite a while, so I was pretty excited to get to try it on a cold evening, but had to make the following adjustments or it would have tasted like warm milk- add 3 tbs flour instead of 1tsp, add 1/4 c butter instead of 1/8 c, 1 tbs salt, 1 tsp pepper, 1 tbs garlic powder, 1 tsp italian seasoning and 1/4 c parmesan cheese. After that, the bisque was pretty tasty, but if I hadn't I would have trashed the soup (and I realize I'm the oddball here). Also, the full recipe makes about 2 bowls, not 4-6 unless each person is getting about 1/4 c each Thank you for posting, otherwise.
    Reply
  3. HungryPeeps
    Thanks for a great recipe! Had king crab legs on superbowl Sunday and had one left over. Just the ticket to use it up. Very nice taste and texture. I did add a little garlic and left out the curry - other than that prepared as directed. Yummy!!
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  4. -Sabrina-
    excellent recipe! i dont eat crab, so i didnt put it in the recipe, but overall it is a great bisque!!
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  5. SarahGartland
    Hit the spot for my crab bisque hankering! Only substitute was to use chunked imitation crab instead of canned and 1t of old bay instea of salt. Delicious!!
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