Recipe courtesy Paula Deen
Show: Paula's Home CookingEpisode: Crab Show
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Using a heavy saucepan, combine all of the ingredients and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat and allow to simmer for 5 minutes.
Serve with your favorite crackers.
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on December 24, 2011
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Easy recipe that is tasty! A new tradition for Christmas Eve! My husband doesn't like asparagus so I used cream of celery instead. With a bit of Old Bay, it is a yummy soup. The negative comments are not necessary. If someone wants a more complex soup, then go with one that has 15 ingredients and takes an hour to make. I'll definitely make this again.
on January 22, 2011
I dont understane these negetive comments, unless they just cant read. No salt is added unless you want it. I have made this for family an friends the day I saw Mrs. Paula make it an everyone thinks its the cat meow an the dogs woof woof, they are so suprised when I tell them how I made it!! An they always ask for the recipe. I put shrimp in mine an slice Itl. bread an toast it, it melts in your mouth with a dip in the bisque. Everyone has seconds or thirds.Paula gives us recipes that are great its up to us to twik them to our taste if needed. But Honey this one stands on its on. I LOVE YOU PAULA. I dont do this kind of thing but gave away my copy came on to print out more as I'm fixing it next weekend . AN I KNOW I WILL BE ASKED FOR IT AS ALWAYS. Learn to follow directions or zip it folks! Have a great day Mrs. Paula
on September 07, 2010
Try doubling the sherry, doubling the 1/2 and 1/2 (or cream, and ADD lemon juice literally drop by drop to cut the saltiness. I also stirred in some large crarrot pieces to absorb some of the saltiness. I would serve this, but not before modifying it.
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