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    Cool The Hay Day Kitchen: Fish Soup!

    Ever wanted to try Hay Day food?

    Now’s your chance! And this time, we’re making a special take on Hay Day Fish Soup - with a traditional Finnish recipe! Nothing beats this warm, comforting dish on a cold Northern night!

    We’ve prepared a special recipe and video so you can follow along step-by-step. Go ahead, give it a try!


    Ingredients!

    • 6 Potatoes (medium)
    • 2 Carrots
    • 1 Onion (big)
    • 3 tbsp Butter
    • 3 cups Water
    • 1 cup Cream
    • 3 tsp Salt
    • 1 1/2 tsp Ground black pepper
    • 1 1/2 tsp Ground white pepper
    • 2 Bay leaves
    • 10 pcs Allspice
    • 1 Fish stock cube
    • 1 lb. Salmon fillet (boneless)
    • 1 cup Fresh dill (finely chopped)

    Prep time: 40 min
    Servings: 4 bowls

    Supplies: Soup Pot, Knife, Peeler, Cutting Board, Ladle, Spoons

    Method!

    • Peel and cube the onion, potatoes and carrots into medium chunks.
    • Carefully remove skin from salmon filet. Cut salmon into medium or large size chunks (make sure to pick one size and stick with it)! Set aside.
    • Finely chop the fresh dill and set aside for later.
    • Place soup pot on stove and warm to medium heat. Add and melt butter.
    • Add diced vegetables and sautι on high heat for 5 minutes.
    • Add water, fish stock, bay leaves and allspice. Cook on medium heat for 15-20 min until potatoes are tender. Give it a good stir to make sure everything is cooking evenly.
    • Add cream, black pepper, white pepper, salt and salmon chunks.
    • Gently simmer on low heat for 5-10 mins.
    • Stir in the chopped dill.
    • Remove pot from stove and serve hot!

    Goes great with a big hunk of hearty fresh bread!

    Note - If you can't find salmon in your local store, try substituting with fresh white fish.

    We'd love to see your creations! Submit a photo of your Salmon Soup (or Fish Soup) to our Fan Art Uploader: https://haydayfanart.pgtb.me/Fh3pj5
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick[Supercell] View Post
    Ever wanted to try Hay Day food?

    Now’s your chance! And this time, we’re making a special take on Hay Day Fish Soup - with a traditional Finnish recipe! Nothing beats this warm, comforting dish on a cold Northern night!

    We’ve prepared a special recipe and video so you can follow along step-by-step. Go ahead, give it a try!


    Ingredients!

    • 6 Potatoes (medium)
    • 2 Carrots
    • 1 Onion (big)
    • 3 tbsp Butter
    • 3 cups Water
    • 1 cup Cream
    • 3 tsp Salt
    • 1 1/2 tsp Ground black pepper
    • 1 1/2 tsp Ground white pepper
    • 2 Bay leaves
    • 10 pcs Allspice
    • 1 Fish stock cube
    • 1 lb. Salmon fillet (boneless)
    • 1 cup Fresh dill (finely chopped)

    Prep time: 40 min
    Servings: 4 bowls

    Supplies: Soup Pot, Knife, Peeler, Cutting Board, Ladle, Spoons

    Method!

    • Peel and cube the onion, potatoes and carrots into medium chunks.
    • Carefully remove skin from salmon filet. Cut salmon into medium or large size chunks (make sure to pick one size and stick with it)! Set aside.
    • Finely chop the fresh dill and set aside for later.
    • Place soup pot on stove and warm to medium heat. Add and melt butter.
    • Add diced vegetables and sautι on high heat for 5 minutes.
    • Add water, fish stock, bay leaves and allspice. Cook on medium heat for 15-20 min until potatoes are tender. Give it a good stir to make sure everything is cooking evenly.
    • Add cream, black pepper, white pepper, salt and salmon chunks.
    • Gently simmer on low heat for 5-10 mins.
    • Stir in the chopped dill.
    • Remove pot from stove and serve hot!

    Goes great with a big hunk of hearty fresh bread!

    Note - If you can't find salmon in your local store, try substituting with fresh white fish.

    We'd love to see your creations! Submit a photo of your Salmon Soup (or Fish Soup) to our Fan Art Uploader: https://haydayfanart.pgtb.me/Fh3pj5
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    Would this work if a crock pot slow cooker was used ? I'm going to give it a try .

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    I would not think it Crock-pot compatible. The cooking time on this recipe is very short, roughly 1/2 hr. I think the fish would be mush if cooked longer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Momscar View Post
    I would not think it Crock-pot compatible. The cooking time on this recipe is very short, roughly 1/2 hr. I think the fish would be mush if cooked longer.
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    I was thinking that the potatoes and carrots could be done on low then add the fish the last few minutes. I try to use the slow cooker so I have dinner just about ready by the time I get home from work and run it on low. Do chicken stew all the time for the weekends and have several days worth.

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    Please let us know how it ended up!!

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