Different kinds of fish soup in bowls
20 Popular Fish Soups And Stews From Around The World
Tom Yum Talay
This Thai masterpiece uses everything from succulent shrimp to tender fish filets and briny clams. It includes Thai chilies, lemongrass, coconut milk, and lime.
Tom yum talay is a complex, yet refreshing balance of salty, sweet, sour, and spicy notes. To create a complete meal, pair it with jasmine rice or rice vermicelli.
Clam Chowder
There are three versions of this iconic American soup: Manhattan, New England, and Rhode Island. The New York style has a tomato base, thin body, and slight acidity.
New England's features a cream-based broth and clams, potatoes, onions, and either bacon or pork. The Rhode Island version has a different broth that's crafted from clam juice.
This spicy Libyan stew combines puréed tomatoes, cod or halibut steaks, aromatics, caraway powder, cumin powder, and paprika. The spice comes from jalapeños and cayenne.
This soup is a classic breakfast food in Myanmar. The dish requires fish broth, chickpea flour, lemongrass, turmeric, chili powder, catfish, shrimp paste, and fish sauce.
The soup is served over vermicelli noodles and garnished with lime, boiled eggs, cilantro, and chickpea fritters. There are many regional variations that use different ingredients.
This Greek soup features red mullet, snapper, cod, and red gurnard. The vegetables include carrots, celery, garlic, and potatoes, but the preparation isn’t conventional.
The vegetables are boiled and then removed from the broth; half is mashed into the broth and the other half is served as a side. The fish is added and cooked until tender.