Their delicious muscular tails are what lead to their demise. Welcome to a collection of shrimp soup recipes wherein the ubiquitous prawn with its taste somewhere between chicken and fish is the star of the show. Here is our first selection of shrimp meals, but this time it’s all about soups.
These guys are rich in calcium, protein, and omega 3, and sometimes it seems that mother nature made them especially for the soups. At least this was our impression when we cooked and tasted our shrimp broths. That’s because we used mussels, fish, coconut milk, sweet corn, or potatoes in these shrimp recipes and, let me tell you, we were impressed with our results.
6 shrimp soup recipes to try
1. Shrimp And Coconut Milk Soup
Let’s start with one of the simplest shrimp soup recipes. The key ingredient for this one is coconut milk. Use a canned variety because is thicker and it makes the soup a lot creamier!
2. Creamy Shrimp And Potato Soup
Both hearty and classy, this creamy soup has shrimp as its star ingredient. How can we describe it? Words like fresh and delicious instantly come to our mind. It’s made with potato, corn, a touch of chili, and thickened with a touch of heavy cream. You can make it in about half an hour and it brings a certain Mexican vibe that you will surely love.
3. Mussel And Shrimp Thai Soup
Are you in the mood for some Asian-style food? This mussel and shrimp Thai soup is ready in less than 30 minutes and is absolutely delicious. Plus, you can serve it both hot and cold!
4. Creamy Sweet Corn Soup With Shrimp
With a delicious Mexican flavor, this corn soup is a fresh alternative to a light summer meal. Add butter and sour cream to make it silky and savory, and turn it into one of your favorite shrimp soup recipes by adding shrimp for an unexpected, but a welcome twist.
5. Fish And Shrimp Soup
If you’re looking for a healthy fish recipe, this fish and shrimp soup may be exactly what you have in mind! It’s low in calories and ready in just half an hour!
6. Thai Coconut-Shrimp Soup
Fresh ginger gives a heavenly touch to this Thai coconut shrimp soup! We’re in love with the result, but if you look for a milder spiciness, use sliced ginger instead of crushed and discard the slices after you add the shrimp into the simmering liquid.