Looking for a Salmon soup/stew recipe with butter, milk, and you put salmon in cheesecloth and place it in broth until cooked and add to soup. Do...

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lcolettew March 23, 2015
To inpatskitchen: Thank you. She didn't use smoked salmon either. But she did use fresh bone-in salmon, and that is why she put it in cheesecloth and steeped it in broth, then pulled it out and took out bones. You're recipe seems very close and I thank you very much for your response. I will try it this weekend. :)
inpatskitchen March 23, 2015
Please let me know how it goes..
LeBec F. March 22, 2015
with no link to the recipe, i don't really understand the issue. Why go to all that bother w/ the cheesecloth? It seems the results would be the same if you made and finished cooking the soup, cut up the salmon into the size pieces you want, and add them to the hot or barely simmering soup and let cook for a minute or so, til cooked through .Serve.
Nancy March 22, 2015
I also wonder about the cheesecloth. Maybe it's to stop flaking salmon breaking off (as happens when making chowder), but I'd rather have all the fish in my soup, and not fuss with cheesecloth.
sexyLAMBCHOPx March 23, 2015
LBC - The recipe from the site is included with the question.Simply click on the title of the question.
inpatskitchen March 20, 2015
I have a recipe that doesn't use smoked salmon but might be what you're looking for..
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