A popular homey one-pot dish in Norway prepared in less than 30 minutes. ⏰ Ideal for those chilly and busy days!
Serves 4-5 pax
Serves 4-5 pax
Homemade broth ingredients:
- 10 pcs peppercorns
- 1.5 kg bones, skin &head of white fish
- 1.5 l water
- 0.5 tsp Salt
- 1 piece carrot
- 0.5 pcs onion
- 0.25 pcs celery stalks
- 1 piece leek, coarsely chopped
Tip: Alternatively, you can also purchase a ready made fish stock or broth to save more time.
How to make the broth:
- Rinse the fish and remove the gills and remnants of blood.
- Put the vegetables, peppercorns, and fish cuts in the pan put in cold water, and bring to the boil slowly.
- Remove the foam that forms on top with a ladle.
- The broth should not boil for more than 20 minutes. If you cook it longer, it can become bitter.
- When the broth is done, strain it, and season with salt.
Making the Main soup:
- Cut the vegetables into thin slices or 1⁄2 cm wide sticks.
- Put the cream and vegetables in the home-cooked broth and bring to boil.
- Turn the heat down a bit and mix the vinegar in the sour cream.
- Add it to the soup while whisking well.
- Thicken the soup with a little flour stirred into the water -bring to the boil cook for at least five minutes.
- Fry the bacon in small pieces until crispy over medium heatand set it aside.
- Cut the fish into soup spoon size and keep it up.
- Let the fish soak in the soup for about 5 minutes, then season with salt and pepper.
- Put the soup on large deep plates, sprinkle it with crispy bacon,and serve the soup with fresh bread next to it.
- 1 tbsp vinegar
- 3 dl sour cream
- 2 pcs bacon, sliced
- 0.5kg cod fillet
- 0.5kg salmon fillet
- salt and pepper
- 4 pcs carrots
- 0.5 pc celery
- 2 pcs leeks
- 3 dl cooking cream
- 3 tbsp wheat flour
Tip: Here you can use several types of fish and shellfish inthe soup, or you can possibly have some good fish balls in it.
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We previously featured this dish on our Chef's Kitchen episode with Olga Vikan and Sigrid Maria Inderberg. Click the link below to watch the video.