A Hearthy German fish soup

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An excellent Fish gulyas for seafood lovers

At first back into the year 1965 the Nordsee was a seafood restaurant chain only in Germany, but nowadays the company has locally owned and franchise restaurants in over 410 prime locations in Europe and in the Middle East. Retail, restaurants and snack sales – have been the basis of the Nordsee success. It offers customers high quality fresh seafood and fish dishes from sustainable fisheries around the world. Top quality products give us not only a great variety to choose from, but also regional and seasonal specialities for the gourmands: such as tasty seafood salads, warm seafood soups and dishes and freshly made seafood wraps. Thus when I discovered the Nordsee in Cologne around the year 2000, I tried the fishstew alongside with a fresh bun and fell in love with it because it reminded me very much of our famous Hungarian fishmonger soup. So I was not surprized when I have heard that the German name for this Fish Stew is Fischgulyas!!! Since I got the recipe from my German neighbour I have prepared many times for my family and without blowing my own trumpet it has always been a great success!

Ingredients: 1 1/2 pounds cod or any other salt water fish, 6-8 prawns or gambas, 4 small onions, chopped, 2 tablespoons oil, 1 tablespoon flour

1 tablespoon vinegar, or more, 1-2 tablespoons tomato puree, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, 1/2 cup water, 1 teaspoon paprika, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 2-3 tbs of sour cream, fresh Spanish paprika bell, dill, chives

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How to cook German Fish Stew:

Clean the cod fish, cut into pieces. Wash tiger scampis.

Sprinkle them with lemon juice.

Soatée fish sorts in oil and after 3 minutes remove them from the pan and put aside.

Add onions and chopped Spanish pepper bell and fry until yellow.

Blend in paprika, vinegar, and flour; cook, stirring constantly.

Pour in water and add salt, bring to a boil.

Add tomato puree or fresh tomatoes. Cook for 20 minutes. Add the cod fish pieces and scampis.

Simmer covered 10 minutes more. Add sour cream and bestrew with chives and with lots of dill.

This recipe for German Fish Stew serves/makes: 4 – 6

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