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Moroccan Fish Stew

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The recipe below will work with any firm white fleshed fish, but it’s spectacular with Salmon. So many people trash Australian Salmon, but it’s actually a fantastic, sustainable  and very healthy table fish. 
I’ve had this recipe with rice or warm Turkish style flatbread to mop up the sauce. Great either way and a winner on a cold winter night. 
 

 

Ingredients

  • 2 Filets of firm white fish 
  • Crushed tomatoes (or one can) 3
  • Tomato puree 2 small cans
  • Garlic 8 cloves
  • Coriander 1 bunch
  • Green Bell pepper 2
  • Red Bell pepper 2
  • Spicy red Peppers 6
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Allspice or Montreal steak seasoning 

Directions

1.Soak fish in freshly squeezed lemon juice for several hours prior to cooking

2.Cut bell peppers, Coriander and Garlic into thin strips and sweat in the bottom of your pot in olive oil for 10 min

3.Cut tomatoes into strips and add, along with the Tomato puree into the pot, cook for 10 more minutes

4.Cut fish into cubes, dress with salt, pepper and either allspice or Montreal steak seasoning to taste and add to pot

5.Cook for 15 minutes serve over rice or on its own.

Enjoy!

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Looks the goods. Tinned tomatoes, fresh garlic, butter or ghee is the basis for many amazing dishes. You can add all types of meats, vegetables and spices to it. You can make an awesome curry by adding cumin, green cardamom, chilli, coriander and lemon juice.

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I’ve had this in several forms. I have to agree that spicy 🌶  is best!

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One fish i hate is salmon to eat but this sounds good must give it ago or give another white fish ago

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Give it a go and let me know. Any firm fleshed fish will be good. 

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