National Seafood Bisque Day

National Seafood Bisque Day

Seafood bisque can be enjoyed with crusty bread or as a delicious starter to a seafood dinner on the coast. National Seafood Bisque Day reminds us to enjoy this delicious dish.

Many people enjoy thick chowder with clams and other seafood. However, a bisque soup is smoother and has a silkier texture. A seafood bisque can contain a strained broth made from crustaceans. This is then flavored with vegetables and spices, thickened with rice puree, and finally, the main ingredient. You can make seafood bisque from shrimp, crab, lobster, or crayfish.

Seafood bisque was likely created as a French fisherman’s dish in the 17th Century. It is a seafood soup that aims to extract the best flavor from the shellfish.

According to historians, the name may have originated from the Bay of Biscay on the north coast of Spain and France. The soup is a delicious staple on seafood menus around the world, regardless of where it came from.

Seafood bisque is no longer a local fisherman’s favorite way to eat all the catch. Instead, it has become something more high-end. Seafood bisque can be made at home or in seafood restaurants. It is worth celebrating!

Enjoy a wonderful time celebrating National Seafood Bisque Day by trying these delicious ideas

Living near water is a great advantage for fresh seafood cooking! Even if you live on the other side of the ocean, it is possible to enjoy a delicious creamy soup to celebrate National Seafood Bisque Day.

To see what is on offer, check out the menus at your local seafood restaurant. Red Lobster, one of the most popular national chains, offers a Lobster Bisque as part of their soups and sides menu. Joe’s Crab Shack offers a Lobster Bisque as well as McCormick and Schmick’s, which are both higher-end chains. Ask about special discounts or deals for National Seafood Bisque Day.

Start by sauteing the chopped onion and celery in butter. Stir in flour. Next, add flour and stir. Allow the mixture to simmer for about 40 minutes. Blend the mixture until smooth. Serve with a crusty loaf of bread.

After you have tried the recipe a few times, invite your friends and family to join you in celebrating National Seafood Bisque Day. You’ll be amazed at their culinary skills, and they will enjoy a party with a seafood theme.


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