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Eel Soup Shopping Tips

Seafood shopping is quite easy in the general sense. Rule of thumb: if it smells fishy, don't buy. Fresh seafood should smell mild and more like the ocean and sea water rather than fish.

Eel Soup Cooking Tips

Looking for a quick mid-week dinner? Seafood is a safe bet. It's quick to cook and simple recipes can get dinner on the table in 20 minutes.

41 Of Our Coziest, Best Soup Recipes

Get your spoons ready, because this collection of our best soup recipes is full of irresistible favourites. We’re filling our bowls with everything from homemade tomato soup (with grilled cheese croutons!), to chunky chorizo and hearty Mexican-lentil soup, and we’ll be going back for seconds every time.

Here are 40 of our best recipes to keep you warm and cozy until spring.

Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup

Mitch Mandel and Thomas MacDonald

Curer of colds, warmer of hearts, soother of souls: Chicken noodle soup does everything a comfort food is supposed to do, and does so without a hefty caloric price tag. But steer clear of canned chicken soup: Not only is it sparse on chicken and vegetables, but a single cup can also carry up to half a day's worth of sodium. This healthier homemade chicken noodle soup recipe is light on the salt, but so loaded with chunky vegetables and shredded chicken that it could be dinner on its own.

Get our recipe for Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup.

Our 20 Most Popular Soup Recipes Ever!

Rach&aposs pal Daisy Martinez takes inspiration from a journey to Mexico and heats up a classic comfort food.

Tomato Minestrone Soup with Garlic Bread Croutons

This hearty soup is a well-rounded meal, full of fresh veggies, beans and hearty pasta!

White Bean & Ham Soup

Let this soup simmer away in your slow cooker all day for a rich, hearty flavor.

Toasted Orzo Chicken Soup

Toasting the orzo beforehand creates a nutty flavor that pairs perfectly with chicken and veggies.

French Onion Soup

Who doesn&apost love a classic French onion soup? Our recipe only takes five ingredients to make!

Beer and Cheese Soup

Beer and cheese are a comfort food match made in heaven. Save this recipe for cold winter nights!

Spicy Asian Chicken Noodle Soup

Red curry paste is the secret to this sweet and spicy soup. It&aposll warm you from the inside, out!

Baked Potato Soup

Your favorite steakhouse side dish just got soup-ified!

Corn and Salsa Tortilla Soup

"This zesty soup is a great vegetarian version of chicken tortilla soup. Take advantage of fresh corn on the cob as many months of the year as you can find it. But, when cobs are nowhere to be found, frozen kernels are just fine." -Rach

Mexican Chicken-and-Rice Soup

Use leftover pulled chicken and rice pilaf to create a brand new dish that&aposs sure to please.

To make this hot and sour soup recipe, you will need:

  • Broth: Either chicken or veggie stock (or broth) will do.
  • Mushrooms: I highly recommend using shiitake mushrooms, but baby bella or even button mushrooms would also do.
  • Rice vinegar, soy sauce, chili garlic sauce, ground ginger: To flavor the broth.
  • Cornstarch: To thicken the broth.
  • Eggs: Which we will whisk, and the drizzle into the soup to make those lovely egg ribbons.
  • Firm tofu: Which we will cube and add to the soup.
  • Green onions: To stir into the soup and also sprinkle on top as a garnish.
  • Toasted sesame oil: An essential flavor in the soup, which we will drizzle at the very end.
  • Salt and pepper: Hot and sour soup is traditionally made with white pepper, which (heads up) has a different and much stronger flavor than black pepper. I recommend adding in a pinch, and then you can always add in more later. Or if you don’t have white pepper, black pepper will also do.
  • Optional: Many restaurant versions of hot and sour soup are also made with bamboo shoots. I’m personally not a fan of them, but you are welcome to add some in if you would like.

Cooking Up a Storm

Stardew Valley has a ton of recipes, and finding them all can be rather taxing. In addition, many of the game's recipes won't be obtainable until you upgrade your house for the first time. The first upgrade adds on a kitchen the brings up an interactive menu of the recipes you have found. Like in most games, the more complicated the recipe and the rarer the ingredients, the more energy, and stamina the product will be able to recover. In addition, some food items even give stat boosts to skills like luck and mining.In order to make the recipes, simply place the ingredients in the kitchen fridge or have them ready in your inventory. There are no mini-games or complicated processes when selecting food, and the process is instant. The guide below contains every recipe currently in the game, the ingredients needed to make them, and where to find them.


Authentic Chinese recipes from China and Taiwan all tested in my kitchen. With these easy-to-follow instructions you can cook any of these delicious dishes yourself at home.

Pickled Cucumber Salad
A lightly pickled cucumber salad commonly served in Taiwan as a zesty appetiser. This is a simple dish but it needs to be prepared half a day in advance.

Spring Onion Flatbread
This delicious spring onion flatbread is sold all over China. Make it at home with these easy-to-follow instructions. Eat as a snack or as part of a meal. Also known as scallion pancake.

Tea Eggs
Flavoured with tea and spices, this cheap, filling snack food is found all over China. In spite of the name, tea is not the dominant flavour.

Fried Radish Cake
Radish cake is one of the great staples of breakfast stores and dim sum restaurants.

Fried Radish Cake with Pork and Mushrooms
The homestyle, meaty version of that great staple of Chinese breakfast shops and dim sum restaurants, fried radish cake.

Cantonese White Cut Chicken
This simple, pure-flavoured chicken dish, served cold, makes a great starter to a meal.

Zongzi (Rice Dumplings in Bamboo Leaves)
Zongzi is a traditional dish that is eaten all year round, but especially during the Dragon Boat Festival. This is the delicious, chock-full of ingredients Taiwan savoury version.

Plain White Rice
Cook Chinese-style steamed rice easily on your stovetop without the need for a dedicated rice cooker. Fluffy white rice is the perfect accompaniment for a huge range of tasty meat, and vegetable dishes.

Egg Fried Rice
This Chinese egg fried rice recipe is simple to make at home with these easy-to-follow instructions. This delicious Taiwan-style dish is a wholesome meal in one dish.

Rice Porridge with Side Dishes
Rice congee is often the Chinese baby’s first solid food. It is also fodder for the convalescing when bland food is called for. But it is best enjoyed as a foil for savoury side dishes, most commonly for breakfast.

Rice Flavoured with Lard and Soy Sauce
Only plain white rice is simpler than this tasty pauper’s dish.

Classic Taiwan Red braised
Beef Noodle Soup
Beef noodle soup is virtually Taiwan’s national dish. This full-flavoured ‘red braised’ soup with succulent beef and silky noodles isn’t hard to master at home.

Classic Taiwan Clear Broth
Beef Noodle Soup
Beef noodle soup is virtually Taiwan’s national dish. This light but tasty version with succulent beef and silky noodles isn’t hard to master at home.

Ants Climbing a Tree
A quick and simple spicy stir-fried mung bean noodle dish that originated in Sichuan. Make it at home with these easy-to-follow instructions.

Taiwan Cold Noodles
with Chicken
This Taiwan salad, cold noodles with chicken in a tangy sesame and black vinegar dressing is delicious, and quick and easy to make following this recipe.

Hot and Sour Soup
Authentic recipe for the delicious and extremely hearty Taiwan version of hot and sour soup, a dish that can be found in Chinese restaurants worldwide.

Bamboo and Pork Soup
This simple Chinese three-ingredient soup is a traditional homestyle favourite in Taiwan. All you need is bamboo shoots, pork chops and chicken stock.

Ginseng Chicken Soup
Ginseng has been treasured as a tonic in China for thousands of years. This homestyle dish is a tasty example of revitalising Chinese medicinal cooking.

Pineapple and Bamboo Chicken Soup
This simple, tangy Chinese soup is a traditional homestyle favourite in Taiwan. It is easy to make following this authentic recipe.

Roast Pork Belly
Crisp, succulent Chinese pork belly, well-seasoned and roasted in the oven (or barbecued), is a great dish that will set your taste buds racing. Serve as an appetiser or with rice as part of a meal.

Three Cup Chicken
A deliciously pungent classic Taiwan dish. The three cups refer to one each of sesame oil, rice wine, and soy sauce. Make it at home quickly with this easy-to-follow recipe.

Dongpo Pork
Dongpo pork is Hangzhou’s trademark dish, a sumptuous feast of meat wonderfully rich tasting. To eat it is to begin to understand the role of fat in making meat taste great.

Steamed Whole Fish
Chinese whole steamed fish, deliciously clean-tasting, is quick and easy to make at home following this simple recipe that uses just a few ingredients.

Stir-fried Water Spinach
Water spinach is one of the great vegetable staples of Taiwan and southern China. When cooked right, this quick-growing leafy green is a great combo of crunchy stems and tender leaves.

Fried Tofu with Pork Belly and Mushrooms
Chinese chafing dishes, bubbling away on your table are always fun to eat. This one, with tofu, pork and mushrooms, is easy to make following this recipe.

Deep Fried Tofu
This Chinese deep fried tofu dish goes well with a dipping sauce. Great as a snack or as part of a meal. It is easy to make following this recipe.

Sauces & Condiments Recipes

Soy Dipping Sauce
A classic Chinese soy dipping sauce you can serve with dumplings, fried and steamed bread, or use it in cooking. It is easy to make following this recipe.

Soy and Oil Hot Sauce
Soy and oil hot sauce is the spicy Chinese answer to vinaigrette. For noodles and dumplings rather than salads, it is easy to make following this recipe.

Salt and Pepper Dip
Chinese salt and pepper dip is great on the table for poultry, fried food and much more. So simple it hardly warrants the term ‘recipe.’

Sweets and Drinks Recipes

Sweet Mung Bean Dessert Soup
Traditional Chinese sweet mung bean dessert soup is a healthy snack or dessert that is very easy to make. Serve cold in summer or hot in winter.

Kumquat Fruit Tea Recipe
Kumquat fruit tea is a tangy sweet and sour drink that served hot, may help to relieve your sore throat or cough. Served cold, it is the refreshing Chinese answer to American lemonade.


  • 7 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil
  • 4 sprigs flat-leaf parsley
  • 2 sprigs fresh oregano
  • 2 dried bay leaves
  • 1 onion, halved
  • 1 ⁄2 bulb fennel, plus 3 fronds
  • 1 1 ⁄2 lb. eel or monkfish, cleaned and cut into 4″ pieces
  • 2 (1-lb.) sea bass or red snapper, cleans and filleted, bones and head reserved
  • 2 cups white wine
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 ⁄2 tsp. Aleppo pepper, or 1⁄8 tsp. crushed red chile flakes
  • 3 Yukon Gold potatoes, peeled and cut into 1″ pieces
  • 2 medium carrots, peeled and cut into 1″ pieces
  • 2 medium zucchini, cut into 2″ pieces
  • Kosher salt, to taste
  • 2 tbsp. fresh lemon juice

Smoked Salmon With Dill Sauce

What's an easier or more delicious starter than a plate of Scottish or Irish smoked salmon with a creamy dill sauce? Smoked salmon with dill sauce can be served as a lighter appetizer, or for the main course with boiled new potatoes.

Spicy Eel

The Spicy Eel recipe is unlocked when the player increases their friendship points with George. After reaching seven hearts, George will send the player the Spicy Eel Recipe in the mail. He really is a sweet old man because a Spicy Eel is a dish to behold. Made with one Eel and one Hot Pepper, the food item restores 115 Energy and 51 Health. It also grants Speed and Luck buffs of plus one for seven minutes.

Spicy Eel can randomly appear in Krobus' shop on Saturdays and in the Stardrop Saloon's rotating stock. The Desert Trader will also trade one Ruby for a Spicy Eel. Making your own will require you to catch an Eel, which can be found in the ocean when raining during the Spring and Fall from 4 PM to 2 AM, or, if you're really lucky, in trashcans. Hot Peppers are much easier to get, as they are fruit crops grown in the Summer. A Pepper plant takes five days to grown, but once it has, it'll continue to produce Hot Peppers every three days.

35 Best Soup Recipes That Are Perfect for Chilly Days

Here, you'll find a roundup of the best soup recipes (including Instant Pot soup recipes!) that'll show you it's possible to reimagine the most classic of classic recipes, from chicken noodle to tomato. Whether you need a killer first course for your next dinner party or hearty, creamy soup recipes to feed everyone in your family, we've got you covered&mdashand then some.

And get this: Some of your favorite comfort food recipes can also be found in soup form. You love Beef Stroganoff, for instance. but have you heard of beef stroganoff soup? Two words: Pure comfort. How about a delightful mashup called "enchilada soup," which features all of the flavors of your favorite Mexican dish in soup form? Or&mdashwait for it&mdashRee Drummond's out-of-this-world delicious hamburger soup? What's more, you'll find a few recipes that can be made in summertime, like a vibrant, creamy roasted red pepper soup, plus cozy fall soup recipes like a classic French onion soup.

Each and every one of these recipes is easy to make, simple to source ingredients for, and most importantly, delicious. If you somehow manage to find yourself with leftovers, lucky you!

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