Garlic-flavored Soup with Cod and Clam

Garlic-flavored Soup with Cod and Clam
Cooking time

25 minutes


258 Kcal per person

Ingredients (for 4 persons)
  • Clams (e.g. common orient clams and short-necked clams)

    2 cups (unshelled)

  • Slices of cod fillet


  • Oil

    1 tablespoon

  • Minced onion


  • Cloves of minced garlic


  • Bay leaf

    1 piece

  • White wine

    1 cup

  • Water

    2 cups

  • Canned whole tomato

    1/2 cup

  • Salt and pepper

    Appropriate amounts

  • Potatoes (boiled)


  • String beans (boiled)


  • Parsley

    Appropriate amount

  • Hot Sesame Oil

    A dash

  • Heat oil in a pan, add the minced onion and garlic and saute until translucent. Add bay leaf, soaked and scrubbed clams and white wine, close the lid immediately and then steam over a high heat.

  • Turn off the heat as soon as the shells open. Take out the clams and keep them warm. Add 2 cups of water to the pan and boil it for a few minutes before straining.

  • Simmer the soup from (2) and canned whole tomato in another pan, add cod fillet and cook over a low heat. Take out the cod fillet and keep it warm. Add salt and pepper to the soup to taste.

  • Cut peeled and boiled potatoes into properly-Sized pieces, add them to the soup from (3) and cook until soft.

  • Place the cod, the clams, the potatoes and boiled string beans in serving dishes, cover in the soup and sprinkle minced parsley on top.

  • Add a dash of Hot Sesame Oil last.

Tips: The spicy flavor of Hot Sesame Oil adds richness to seafood soup.

Products used in this recipe
Hot Sesame Oil

Hot Sesame Oil

Hot sesame oil adds a spicy kick of chili and brings rich taste of roasted sesame oil.

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