The recipe potato soup with crabs I present to you in this article. You can put this soup on your own table in less than 30 minutes and give your loved ones a real treat.
North Sea prawns taste absolutely great. These shrimps are browner than other small shrimps. You can order the prawns on the internet or prepare this soup with small, normal shrimps.
Besides potatoes I use carrots for the soup, because the sweetish taste of the carrot fits perfectly to the North Sea crab. To make the soup a highlight on the table, I mix part of the soup before serving. You can also prepare the soup with more inlay, in which case it’s already a potato stew with crabs.
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I have already written elsewhere about potato soup and variants of potato soup. I love potato soup and I hope that can be seen from the photos.
Potato soup with shrimps close-up. This soup succeeds in a short time and tastes delicious.
Here are some tips for the potato soup with shrimps and what I think you should keep in mind:
You can use raw or already boiled potatoes.
Use some butter, shallots or onions, allspice and bay leaf for the soup preparation.
Little garlic does well, don’t exaggerate!
Add dry white wine and vegetable broth to the soup, let the soup boil, then let the cream run in slowly.
Let the cold cream run in slowly into boiling liquid only, so the cream can NOT flocculate!
Add the carrots, small and thin, cut into slices.
Add the diced potatoes or already boiled potatoes pressed small and cooked over a moderate heat, season with salt, pepper and nutmeg.
Fish the spices – bay leaf and allspice from the soup.
Wash the prawns briefly under cold water.
Heat the butter in a frying pan and brown.
Arrange the soup, foam up part of the soup with cold butter.
Heat the prawns briefly in the pan, it will only take a minute!
Arrange the soup and add the prawns in the middle. You can decorate the soup with marjoram, thinly sliced young onion slices and chilli and then serve quickly.
Fresh North Sea prawns taste excellent. You can also use shrimps. Please heat the shrimps only briefly so that the shrimp meat gets delicious on the plate.
Fresh potatoes for potato soup and inlay. You can also use boiled potatoes from the day before to make it even faster! Important: Always place raw potatoes in cold water after peeling, otherwise the potatoes will turn brown.
Foamy, light potato soup I show in another post, click on the picture! There you will find the ultimate recipe for potato soup with many tips from the star kitchen.
Holstein potato soup with crabs is a great soup. I have prepared my soup with more inlay, so it is a wonderful main course.
2. Recipe potato soup with shrimps
Potato soup with prawns, here we go, try this wonderful soup and enjoy it! Instead of the chilli pepper you can decorate the shrimps with tomato cubes.
Potato Soup with brown Shrimps
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Recipe for potato soup with brown north sea shrimps, a detailed instruction to cook by yourself. All professional cooking tips from Thomas Sixt.
1-2pcspring onionsI like to supplement with thinly cut onion slices
somechilli pepperor tomato cubes
Peel the onion, cut into fine cubes, sweat with the butter, bay leaf and allspice for 10 minutes until translucent. Add the finely chopped garlic.
Add the white wine and vegetable stock to the soup, bring to the boil, slowly add the cream to the boiling soup and bring to the boil again. Add the peeled and chopped potatoes and carrots, simmer gently.
Season the potato soup with nutmeg, pepper and cayenne pepper.
Wash the crabs under running cold water in a sieve. Heat a pan and brown the butter lightly. Heat the young onion slices and prawns quickly, season with pepper and a little lemon juice. Arrange the soup in a bowl, mix the rest of the soup and froth up. Place the prawns in the soup, add the foam and decorate to taste.
3. Calories (kcal) Potato soup with shrimps
Potato Soup with brown Shrimps
Amount Per Serving
Calories 339Calories from Fat 198
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 22g34%
Saturated Fat 11g55%
Polyunsaturated Fat 1g
Monounsaturated Fat 8g
Total Carbohydrates 29g10%
Dietary Fiber 3g12%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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