Mackerel Tomato Soup - Recipe With Photo Step By Step

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Mackerel Tomato Soup - Recipe With Photo Step By Step
Mackerel Tomato Soup - Recipe With Photo Step By Step

Bright and mouth-watering tomato soup with fresh mackerel can be prepared at any time of the year and served hot in winter, chilled in summer heat.


Fresh mackerel - 250 g

Fresh tomatoes - 200 g

Tomato juice - 200 ml

Salt - 3 g

Onions - 30 g

Bay leaf - 2 pcs.

Parsley - 20 g

Peppercorns - 6 pcs.

Cumin seeds - 3 g

Water - 500 ml

  • 49 kcal
  • 40 minutes
  • 40 minutes

Photo of the finished dish

Step by step recipe with photo

To make Tomato Mackerel Soup, use the ingredients listed on the list. I added ready-made tomato juice to fresh tomatoes, you can do the same or take diluted tomato paste.

Fold the pieces of fish into a saucepan, you can add fish trimmings for a more rich broth, stems of herbs, a whole piece of onion, bay leaves and peppercorns. Pour everything with water and cook until the fish is ready (10-15 minutes, depending on the size of the cut).

Then remove all the ingredients from the broth, remove the fish pulp from the bones, and strain the broth.

Pre-pour the tomatoes with boiling water and peel them, place them, chopped coarsely, into a blender bowl, add a little tomato juice there.

Punch the contents of the glass with an immersion blender until smooth.

Pour the resulting puree into a saucepan, pour in a little fish broth (or all, depending on how many servings of soup you need).

Add caraway seeds to the mixture, salt to taste, put bay leaf.

Add the pulp of boiled mackerel to the soup, bring everything together to a boil over low heat.

Add a clove of sliced garlic and a clove of crushed garlic for extra flavor. Put the tomato mackerel soup under the lid for another minute and serve. Sour cream and fresh herbs can be served with hot soup.

If serving cold, add finely chopped parsley, cilantro or dill to the soup.

That's all, the delicious tomato soup with fresh mackerel is ready!

Have a good lunch!