Stew fish recipe
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Recipe introThis Stew Fish recipe is a delightful and flavorful dish that is perfect for seafood lovers. Made with tender fish fillets cooked in a rich and aromatic stew, this recipe is sure to impress your taste buds. The combination of fresh herbs, spices, and vegetables creates a harmonious blend of flavors that will leave you wanting more. Whether you're hosting a dinner party or simply craving a comforting meal, this Stew Fish recipe is a must-try.
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stew fish recipe details
- Small whole fish (yellow tail, grunts, etc.) or larger fish fillets
- Hot pepper
- Lime juice
- Salt pork, diced
- Bacon, diced
- Onions, sliced
- Tomato paste
- 1 can whole tomatoes
- Potato, cut in chunks
Recipe by Vincent Bethel, Chef of Peace and Plenty Hotel, and published in Great Exuma! Great Food!
Season whole fish (cleaned and scaled) or larger fish filets cut in serving pieces with hot pepper mashed in salt and lime juice. Refrigerate overnight. In the morning fry fish to a crisp, golden brown. Set aside.
Saute diced salt pork and diced bacon in large saucepan. Saute sliced onions in drippings until brown. Reduce heat and add tomato paste, thyme, lime juice, and a small diced hot pepper. Simmer. Brown flour in mixture. Blend a can of whole tomatoes and add to sauce and simmer. It should be a thick, puree-type soup. Add potato chunks and fish; simmer until potatoes are done.
Serve each person a whole fish in lots of gravy and a few pieces of potato. Hot johnnycake on the side is marvelous! This is usually served for breakfast, but is good at any time!
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