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A Soup is a water based stew. A Bisque is seafood based, pureed and strained (smooth texture) style of soup. If seafood based, unstrained and or chunky it is a Chowder.
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No, bisque traditionally refers to a seafood-based soup that is pureed and strained.
Bisque is smooth. Chowder is chunky.
Cream soup is a normol soup but puree soup has more efor more things that cream soup dont have.
Tomato bisque is more of a paste, where soup is more watery, depending how thick the broth is.
There's not much difference between the two. I think even the names can even give you a clue; cream of mushroom soup is just one that has a creamy content or topping whils…t the other is probably just plain mushroom soup. The basic difference between the two soups can be found in the kind of ingredients used.
Tomato bisque is really just tomato soup with a little cream added. You can google several recipes.
Bisque is the name given to a thick, creamy and richly-flavoured soup made from seafood, including shells, as well as onions and other vegetables; it is similar to chowder, an…other thick soup, but while chowder retains chunky pieces of seafood, bisque is puréed, so it is a smooth soup. It is usually also thickened with cream and frequently also finished with cream on serving. So, bisque is a puréed soup. Other puréed soups, though, are not necessarily bisque; they can be any kind of soup, with or without seafood or any other meat, puréed until the soup is thick and smooth. Seafood soups, also, are not necessarily bisques. The French Bouillabaisse, from the Provençal port of Marseilles, like other similar Mediterranean seafood soups, is not thickened and is served with seafood in chunks or whole; cream is not used.
It is from France.
one is cold and the other is hot
Cream soup is the thick, creamy and richly-flavoured soup made from cream. Another thick soup it 's chowder retains chunky it is a purée so it is a smooth soup.
"Cream of onion" definitely has cream in. Whereas "onion soup" may not; it's more likely to be French Onion style soup.
Bisque is typically a thicker, cream based soup.
Soup is not watery. Sauce is very watery.
There is little difference, but a bisque usually has the contents pureed before adding cream and a cream soup isn't necessarily pureed, just thickened usually with a flour but…ter roux.
Um...that they taste different?
Golden Mushroom soup does not have cream
Soup is a starter