TasteAtlas: 10 Best Rated FISH SOUPS in the World / Psarosoupa from Greece – Lohikeitto on top!


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Psarosoupa / ψαρόσουπα)
Greek psarosoupa (lit. fish soup) is a simple dish consists of fish—usually the firm-fleshed varieties like red mullet, snapper, cod, or red gurnard—poached with vegetables; most often a combination of carrots, celery, and onions, or leeks, garlic, and potatoes.

Once it is cooked, the fish is set aside while the broth is boiled with rice. Quite often, an egg beaten with lemon juice is stirred into the broth, making kakavia a filling, yet surprisingly light dish.

Greek psarosoupa (lit. fish soup) is a simple dish consists of fish

And the winner is… Salmon Soup (Lohikeitto) / FINLAND!
Lohikeitto is a creamy Finish salmon soup that is also known as laxsoppa in Sweden. Apart from chunks of salmon fillet, it traditionally incorporates diced potatoes and carrots cooked in a flavorful, buttery broth infused with fish stock and cream.

This comforting winter dish is generously seasoned with dill and served alongside buttered rye bread or lemon wedges.