Low-Fat Salmon Bisque

"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"
 
Low-Fat Salmon Bisque created by WiGal
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  • Combine first six ingredients (salmon, tomato juice, celery, onion, water and parsley) and simmer fifteen minutes.
  • Add the next six ingredients (baking soda, honey, salt, pepper, butter and cornstarch).
  • Mix well until the butter has completely melted and thin with milk. Using less or more milk for the consistency you like.
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  1. Marilyn H.
    I made this the first time and didn’t put in baking soda. It was quick and easy and I like that it was low cal and nutritious however, the second time I made it I put the baking soda in and it so drastically changed the taste that it was inedible!!!! Seriously!!!! I thought it was just me but my family tasted it and we all agreed. Just thought I needed to warn others!
     
  2. evewitch
    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.
     
  3. WiGal
    Low-Fat Salmon Bisque Created by WiGal
  4. WiGal
    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. FLKeysJen
    Low-Fat Salmon Bisque Created by FLKeysJen
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