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Swedish Fish Soup

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    Posted: 16 February 2013 at 10:00

THIS IS INTERESTING IN THAT IT COIMES FROM A SPANISH COOKBOOK THAT I FOUND IN LOGROÑO: 

In Sagrario´s and Fran´s book collection is a book called SOPAS y POTAJES RECETAS PRACTICAS by Elisa Pedrola ... In this 150 page book in Spanish, is a soup called
SOPA SUECA, or SWEDISH SOUP ...
 
A POTAJE is more of a thick chowder or a cross between a soup and a stew ...
 
Dill is very common in Sweden ... and easily available in Madrid, fresh as well as spearmint leaf ...
 
Here is the recipe for the broth that the woman who authored the book uses:
 
2 litres of fish or shellfish based stock
1/2 kilo potatoes
2 cloves of garlic
2 sprigs of fresh parsley
1 swig of fresh Dill
1 swig of fresh spearmint herb
salt
 
A fresh head of Cod or Hake shall make a nice fish stock ... EASY ...
 
Kindest,
 
Margi.
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