Categories:Crab Crab Stews, Soups and Chowders Southeast Tomatoes
What is a Bisque? A bisque is a thick, creamy soup that traditionally is made from puréed shell fish. There are several legends as to how it got its name, but most likely it comes from the French words “bis cuites” meaning twice cooked.
Please check out my seven-course Butter-Poached Lobster Tails dinner menu which includes this fabulous Tomato-Basil Crab Bisque.
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Tomato-Basil Crab Bisque Recipe:
Sources: This photo was generously shared with me by Judy Castranova or New Bern, North Carolina, and her web site called Crab Recipes. I adapted this recipe from one that was published in the August 2003 Bon Appetit Magazine. Recipe originally from the Spartina Grill, Hilton Head Island, SC.