Southeast Asian salmon soup 😙 ~ I made this for my lunch the other day and got soo many messages asking for the recipe. Well, here it is! I’m not really sure what to call this but it’s definitely in the realm of Hmong/Lao/Thai food because of the ingredients used. I wasn’t able to find galangal and lime leaves, but if you are then definitely use it to flavor the broth. ✨ CLICK HERE for full recipe — 📝shopping list salmon (bones + fish head included) chicken broth lemongrass ginger bay leaves galangal (optional) lime leaves (optional) white rice birds eye chili (thai chili pepper) salt + fish sauce chili oil cilantro + lime scallions ✨WRITTEN RECIPES: ✨INSTAGRAM: 🍵 .
That's sinigang na salmon
Which chicken broth u use
Ooooooooooooooooo that’s gooood I’m gonna do this
You flavored the Salmon boiled soup, with fish sauce
I got heart attack when I saw the head but still looks delicious 😋
Looks soo good
Yum…so making this
gotta try this
Looks great… The salmon head gots to go along with the eyes…
This is the first time I’ve ever seen a salmon head, since it’s rare to find salmon head in New York fish markets.
Yum! That looks so good!
That looks amazing!!
Filipinos eat the head as well and its so good with sinigang.
Wow! So healthy & looks delicious!! Thanx for sharing x
I don't get why some people are scared of the salmon head. It tastes really good and it has a lot of fat. It's really good to make sinigang with it. 😊😊😊💖💖💖
I flinched so bad when I saw the head
Wow so good!!
This looks sooo good!
I need to make this asap!
Lemongrass always tastes like soap to me, is there an appropriate alternative? Cilantro also tastes like soap to me 🙁
That pot is so small
That looks delicious 😋
looks so good it kind of reminds me of mexican posole for some reason
i’ve never heard of salmon soup this sounds so good!!
I've tried this and I forgot that I had put the head on a plate on my table so when I saw it I screamed and almost burnt myself
I NEED this in my life.
That looks amazing.
Why does it have to have lots of bones? Does it add more flavor? I’ve never really cooked with fish 😅😅
You’re the best
that looks so yum, id love to eat it with rice