Seafood lovers rejoice! We have a reason for you to slurp up as much seafood as you can (not that you need an excuse to eat succulent crustaceans though): October 19 is National SeafoodBisque Day!
Seafood bisque is a smooth and creamy French soup loaded with various seasonings and seafoods such as lobster, crab, shrimp, or salmon. But really, anything goes!
Because we think this holiday deserves to be honored, we present you with 15 amazing bisque recipes, including shrimp, crab, lobster, and scallop bisque, as well as vegetarian options for those who don’t partake. Bon appetit!
Seafood Bisque Recipes
This simple seafood bisque recipe only requires a few ingredients. Recipe here.
Sriracha makes good things even better, like this mouthwatering mushroom-based seafood bisque. Recipe here.
A mug of seafood bisque like this will warm you up on a cold day. Recipe here.
Lobster Bisque Recipes
This lobster-packed bisque has a few secret ingredients like brandy and sprigs of fresh lemon thyme. Recipe here.
This homemade lobster bisque recipe is a tad more sophisticated with saffron and sherry. Recipe here.
Balsamic vinegar, roasted tomatoes, and fennel takes this lobster bisque to a whole new level. Recipe here.
Butternut squash brings a rustic touch to this lobster bisque. Recipe here.
Other Seafood Bisque Recipes To Try
This hearty scallop bisque contains potatoes. Recipe here.
This shrimp bisque is bursting with fresh orange juice. Recipe here.
Fresh smoked salmon and corn combine in this salmon bisque recipe. Recipe here.
A dash of nutmeg and a splash of white wine help to make this crab bisque extra special. Recipe here.
Creative Vegetarian Bisque Recipes
Because we can’t leave out those who don’t eat seafood!
Pumpkin and coconut milk make up the base of this rich pumpkin bisque. Recipe here.
Earthy mushrooms and raw cashews make up this vegetarian-friendly bisque. Recipe here.
This bisque is sweet and earthy with sweet potatoes and cauliflower simmering in a slow cooker. Recipe here.
Carrots, sweet potatoes, rutabagas, and parsnips make up this delish bisque. Recipe here.
Which one will you try on October 19?