Fast Fish Soup recipe - Without fishbones

fast fish soup recipe without fishbones

 🍴  Servings: 4

🥣 Category: Soup

💪 Difficulty Level: 2/5 

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Fish soup the way we like it!

Many people like fish soup, many people like to prepare it from different kinds of fish. It is inevitable that fish bones, which often make eating soup unpleasant. With the simple method of the following recipe, we will show you how to prepare a thick, rich fish soup without fishbones.

Fish has always played a prominent role among animal-derived foods. Not by chance, because even the earliest groups of people could only permanently settle near a body of water – a stream, lake, or river – and these were almost always teeming with fish. And, while their catch required hard work, it was still a safer occupation than hunting large land animals in most cases.

Fish consumption and its physiological effects

A high-protein source

Despite the fact that fish meat contains 65-85% water, it is one of the best sources of protein. A significant portion of the remaining portion – 16-30% of the total weight of the fish meat – is made up of different proteins. Fish is a complete protein source because its proteins contain all of the essential amino acids. Its consumption contributes to the maintenance of fat-free body mass, i.e., it helps to prevent muscle mass loss during weight loss when combined with appropriate exercise. It can be prepared quickly and is easily digestible for most people due to its loose structure and high water content.

Omega-3 essential fatty acids

They have been linked to improved heart, brain, and vascular health, reduced systemic inflammation, and even the prevention of some neurodegenerative diseases. They are especially important during fetal development for the development of the brain and retina.

Fish as a calcium source

One of the most significant barriers to the spread of fish consumption is that most people today despise fish bones. There are, however, several solutions to this problem. On the one hand, we can choose fish like catfish that are completely free of small fibers. We don’t have to give up the other, stringier fish as well. From the fillet easily remove the bones with fish tweezers. Alternatively, puree the cooked fish, as we do in our fish soup recipe.

Vitamins found in fish

Fish is a good source of vitamin A, which protects the skin and mucous membranes, and vitamin D, which is required for bone formation and immune system function, but it is also high in vitamins B1, B2, which are involved in various metabolic processes, and B12, which is necessary for blood formation. The vitamin and mineral content of fish varies greatly depending on the fish species and habitat.

Back to the recipe!

To return to the recipe: make this delectable fish soup! I’ll let you in on a little secret: the more types of fish you use, the tastier the end result will be! I like to finish with a few shrimp pieces…yum! Good cooking and bon appetite for the fish soup!


  • 2 medium onions
  • 700 g fillet of different kinds of fish for the stock
  • 500 g nice fish fillet (e.g. catfish)
  • 200 g fish soup concentrate
  • salt to taste
  • 2 tbsps of paprika powder


  1. Boil fish fillets with sliced onions, fish soup concentrate and salt. Add paprika powder and cook over high heat for 30 minutes.
  2. Thoroughly puree the soup.
  3. Salt nice fish fillets on both sides and add to soup. Season with chili and salt to taste.
  4. Cook on low heat for 10 minutes.
  5. Serve and enjoy!

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