Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Lobster bisque


Because I like my food delicious, and fast I take many short-cuts in my kitchen
Many!!

And its really not that uncommon that sometimes it's
semi homemade..

Now don't laugh!

I never claimed to be
Martha Stewart
yet
some in my family call me

Martha Sanchez


Okay, so I cheat!... but then again who doesn't?

I use about 3 of these soup-man boxes

I add  1/2  pound of
fresh
lobster...
or
crab meat.
whatever
is
cheaper..


Can you see where I am going with this?
This is where my 
magic begins.

I pull out my ramekins and pour my bisque
roll out my dough
wrap it around
my ramekin

bake at *350 for 20 min 


So incredibly delicious, and good for those Fridays during lent
when we 
Catholics can't have 
meat..


40 comments:

  1. This looks so yummy! You didn't cheat. You are just being creative ;o)

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  2. I will call you Sandra Lee Sanchez. She does semi-homemade cooking all the time. It looks so good! I call that smart cooking.

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    1. You are so right Sandra lee I have not watched her show in a while.. need too... Thanks Kathy!

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  3. Oh my, this looks sooooooo good!!!! During lent we have a lot beans and breakfast for dinner. I wonder who will be our next Pope.
    Have a sweet day, Elizabeth

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  4. You are cooking no matter what steps you take, Marissa and this looks fantastic and yummy!!!

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  5. Looks so yummy...I need to try this recipe...when we were in Russia I had a soup almost like this well there was a bread crust on top.... it was called polmeni in a pot it was these tortellini type of pasta in a broth with gizzards ( i did not eat the gizzards ) and a dollop of either sour cream or mayo (whatever was available) topped with this buttery bread crust. That was the yummy part. But I love Lobster Bisque and no you didn't cheat. My theory is if you taking out any utensils chopping board, knife - you are cooking! I say that when I even make tuna fish for dinner (Lenten Fridays) if you chop you are cooking! Looks scrumptious!

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    1. Oh thanks Marissa... I have been "cheating for years".. Ha!!

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  6. Yumm! This looks mighty tempting. Great version Marissa. Thanks for stopping by. I will have a pina colada, thank you.

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  7. Be still my heart! That looks amazing.

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  8. we are busy...we have to make good use of our time and employ those who make pie crust and soup in a box...and honor Friday Fish :-). Congrats on your new pope!

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  9. Thats right!! And thank you we are blessed to have a pope!

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  10. Wow girl-you are amazing! I think it is perfectly fine to get a little help, I have often started gravy with someone's else jar...lol.
    Thanks for sharing, this looks wonderful!!!! When's dinner?
    Hugs, Noreen

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    1. Oh Thanks Noreen!! Gravy is hard to make mine comes out lumpy..

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  11. Marissa, what a great idea! I've never tried the Soup Man soups but will look at them next time I'm at the store. Now, a question, when you wrap the pie crust around your ramekins, do you brush them with butter to get that pretty color?

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    1. Thanks Dewena I brush them with egg yolk!! I guess butter can do the same.. :)

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  12. Oooo Marissa...that looks heavenly! :) Now I am hungry!

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  13. Your site is beautiful. And congratulations on the Liebster! -- Jan

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  14. That's a great short cut recipe Marissa - thank you.
    The 'original soup man' probably used an old family recipe!
    Perfect for our meatless Fridays in Lent. Only 2 more weeks and then the great feast of Easter!
    Shane ♥

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  15. Marissa, As soon as I can I am making it!

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  16. Hello, Marissa
    What a lovely blog you have... love the name of you blog!

    I love lobster bisque and this sounds fantastic! thank you for sharing.

    Wishing you a great day.
    Your new follower, Angela :)

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  17. this sounds really good. thanks for stopping by my blog today and for following

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  18. So nice of you to stop by my blog and leave a comment, which in turn allowed me to find you! I am totally a "short-cut" cook, so your recipe really appealed to me. I don't think "Soupman" is available in our area stores, but I'm gonna look for it. Thanks for sharing!

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  19. Hi Marissa,

    Absolutely delicious!! Can't wait to try this! Thanks for the step-by-step directions and great pics!

    Poppy

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  20. Marissa, I just wanted to let you know that I have closed my old blog. Here is the URL to my new blog if you would like to stop-by every now and then...

    Jan

    http://sharingmythoughtstoday.blogspot.com/

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  21. Your blog is so lovely and I am new following you!

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