Apple-potato Soup with Shrimp
The protein-rich crabs are perfect muscle food and due to the polyunsaturated fatty acids they are also a super brain food. The iodine content of the delicate sea creatures is also a big plus and important for the formation of thyroid hormones.
The freshness of North Sea crabs is particularly noteworthy: they should be consumed on the day of purchase if possible. A better option for the not so spontaneous: crabs can also be bought deep-frozen.
Peel and finely chop onion. Peel and dice potatoes. Rinse, core and cut
Peel, quarter and dice the remaining two apples. Sauté apples, onion and potatoes in remaining hot oil. Deglaze with broth. Season with salt and pepper and simmer over low heat, about 20 minutes. Puree soup, stir in cream and thin with additional broth or continue simmering until soup is desired consistency.
Finally, stir in shrimp and apple slices and continue cooking until hot. Season with horseradish, honey, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Serve garnished with dill.