Shrimp and Fish Ball Soup

It’s still winter and snowy here in Honesdale, PA, and cold.  Soups and stews continue to warm and comfort us as we stare from the kitchen table, through the windows at our winter garden of ice-laced trees, frost ravaged herb garden and our poor bamboo, slumped to the ground with the weight of the snow.  On the positive side,  bright colored birds visit the feeders in the yard, deer pass in the forest and we saw an enormous eagle perched on one of the trees, while we wished for a  bear 🙂

I’m still working on the freezer and pantry, pleased by the wonderful edibles I’ve found, including fish balls and shrimp.  Every ingredient I used was either in the pantry, the freezer or refrigerator; bok choy, shrimp, mushrooms, fish balls, daikon, scallions, makings for homemade dashi and soup seasoning.  Bravo me!

I first added the mushrooms, daikon and scallions to the dashi broth.  It looked so good, I ate some and it was marvelous!  So if you’re allergic to seafood/fish, you needn’t go any further than this mushroom rich broth.

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6 Responses to Shrimp and Fish Ball Soup

  1. This looks delicious! I love that you are finding treasures in your pantry and freezer! We feel so virtuous when we put food by, but we have to remember to use them!

  2. Mad Dog says:

    That looks delicious – I hope you get your bear, though perhaps not living in the back yard!

  3. I can just imagine how good this smells and tastes. Yum!

  4. Ray Dean says:

    Great Idea

  5. Yummy – and I love your nabe pot!

  6. Diksha Tomar says:

    shrimp is just my favss!! I love it…This soup look yummm!!! surely going to try it and share my views afterwards.

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