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  • Seaood stew

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    6 posts, 4 voices, 896 views, started May 3, 2012

    Posted on Thursday, May 3, 2012 by Cynthia Schmidt

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    • Diamond
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      I don’t really have a recipe for this and we make it a lot so it’s automatic for both of us. But it’s easy and delicious. So, here’s what we do.

      Saute garlic and half an onion in a fairly large, deep saute pan. Add about a cup of white wine and reduce down by about half. Add a 14 ounce can of crushed or diced tomatoes with the juice. throw in a pinch or so of chili flakes. Simmer to marry the flavors and right before serving toss in fish and shellfish of your choice. Right now we have shrimp and scallops from Costco so I count out the number we each want to eat. I also have some local caught Hawaiian Opah that I’ll cube in there. For something green I’ll add 4 or 5 cut up asparagus spears but that’s optional. When the fish is done, dinner is ready. It only takes a ferw minutes. Depending on the amount of liquid and how hungry we are I either divide it into bowls with a couple of soup spoons and some crusty bread or I put it over a small bed of linguini. Sprinkle the top with parsley.

      A really flexible dish, fast to make, hearty and pretty darn good.

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