anyone have a go-to shrimp bisque recipe?
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I use this oldie-but-goodie from Bon Appetit, with a couple of alterations. I don't like celery, so I don't use it. And I like my shrimp well pureed for a completely smooth bisque, so I FoPro it longer. The tarragon is what makes this one, in my book.
Yes! Ina Garten's from "Barefoot Contessa at Home," also available online at the Food Network website. If you don't have seafood stock as the recipe calls for, just boil the shrimp shells with water and veggies/herbs/seasonings of your choice.
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