Easy Salmon Cheese Soup Recipe from Windows to Russia…

One thing that Russians love is fish and one type of fish that is extremely popular in Russia is salmon. Well Sveta is no exception to the Russian and fish lover theory and she gets the biggest smile on her face when I make a soup of mine that she has never had before she met me. Russians have lots of different types of soups with fish but I have never see them make this type of soup. So this is my recipe for Salmon Cheese soup…

Ingredients:

two liters or 2 quarts of water
6 oz of fresh salmon
1 medium white onion
1 green onion stalk
4 to 6 oz of Velveeta Cheese (or equivalent)
salt and pepper to taste

Lets Make:

Take a large pot and add two quarts of water to the pot and start heating to a medium temperature. There is no need to boil this soup… (unless you use water that needs to be boiled for safety reasons)

As the water is heating – take salmon and pull off skin and fat (if it has any). Cut the salmon into cubes as you desire in size…

Add cubes of salmon to water when it is starting to steam in the pot…

Salt and Pepper to taste and allow to cook half an hour at medium temperature…

After the half an hour add the Velveeta. I cut the cheese into chunks to help the melting process…

Stir easily until all the cheese is melted, try not to turn the fish into mush…

Then peel a medium onion and slice it up into the hot soup. With this take a green onion stalk and cut all the green stalk up and the little bulb of an onion to boot…

We are almost done at this point and it can be eaten as soon as the onion turns translucent…

This is so easy and so yummy!

Feeds 5 to 6 easily and if you boil off too much water then just add some more water and heat, to make it go farther before you serve it. Also it is excellent to use a smoked salmon… :)

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia!


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