Soup with stockfish. bacon and chorizo ​​recipe with nutritional content, allergens, and price.

Soup with stockfish, bacon and chorizo ​​recipe.

Alf Börjesson

This stockfish soup is spiced with bacon and chorizo, and is a tasty soup that warms. It tastes perfect with a rich Italian red wine.

The recipe contains 106 Calories, 2 g Carbo, 16 g Protein and 4 g Fat per 100 gr
The recipe has the following allergens Fish, Spores-of-milk, Spores-of-mustard, Spores-of-soy,
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Soup with stockfish, bacon and chorizo ​​are: Not vegetarian
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The recipe has been given 4.5 points from 2 readers

3566 in total.



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Nutrition declaration for Soup with stockfish. bacon and chorizo!

Name Value per 100 g Value per serving Unit
Calories 106.48 751.75 Kcal
Protein 15.93 112.47 gram
Carbohydrate 1.82 12.85 gram
Dietary fiber 0.55 3.88 gram
Fat 3.82 26.97 gram
Saturated fat 0.93 6.57 gram
Salt 0.34 2.39 gram
Price of the recipe Kr 8.41 Kr 59.37 NOK
The whole recipe weighs 2 824 gr total gram
Energy percentage from carbs 6.83% Not low carb What does this mean?


Saute finely chopped garlic and chili in olive oil.
Add canned tomatoes, sugar and bay leaves, and cook on low heat for 20 minutes, until thickened.
Cut bacon and chorizo ​​sausage into small cubes and the clipfish into pieces of approx. 2 cm. Roughly chop onions and cut peppers into pieces.
Saute bacon and chorizo ​​sausage in a frying pan for a few minutes. Add onions, peppers and stockfish and sauté for 3-4 minutes. Add olive oil if necessary.
Add the mixture to the tomato sauce together with the fish stock. Bring to the boil and simmer the soup for 1-2 minutes.
Season with pepper, salt and possibly chili powder if you want more flavor. Serve the soup piping hot with bread and aïoli.

The tomato sauce can be strained or run with a hand mixer to get a smoother soup.

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Knut Pettersen

Norwegian Seafood Council

(Intern: 29472)

Cooking time:
40 min

The recipe is medium difficult to cook


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Date entered:2013-04-17

Updated date:2013-04-17

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