Partan bree

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Partan bree
Type Soup
Place of origin Scotland
Main ingredients Crab, rice, stock, milk or cream
Cookbook: Partan bree  Media: Partan bree

Partan bree is a seafood soup speciality from north-eastern Scotland, where much of the country's fishing fleet is based. Its name derives from its ingredients, partan being the Gaelic and Scots for crab and bree a Scots term for soup (lit. brew). Crab and rice are used as main ingredients.[1]

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