Zingy Fish Stew

Zingy Fish Stew
 
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Ingredients

Ingredients
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  • *pollack fillets x 2 (skins off)
  • *1 x pack of raw king prawns 180g
  • *10-12 mussels (optional)
  • *6 large tomatoes (vine preferably)
  • *2 handfuls of chopped flat leaf parsley
  • *2 bay leaves, a sprig of rosemary
  • *1 medium sized chilli - red or green
  • *a few generous glugs of olive oil (extra virgin if possible)
  • *one large carrot
  • *2 celery sticks
  • *one lemon
  • *one medium sized brown onion
  • *one glasss of dry white wine
  • *pinch of salt
  • *half a teaspoon of sugar
  • *loads of garlic - I used 3 cloves - peeled and chopped finely or pressed through a garlic presser
  • *Brown Basmati rice to serve 2 (about a mug full)
  • *3 banana shallots
  • *glug of olive oil
-Chop the tomatoes roughly discarding the hard middle pieces - I usually chop each tomatoe into 6. I leave the skins on but you can heat in a bowl of boling water and remove skins if you prefer
-add a lage glug of olive oil to a casserole pan - I used a

Zingy Fish Stew

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Serves 2 generously, multiply by 2 to serve 4
The chilli gives a really nice kick to the dish, but use medium heat preferably - just to add enough zing but not overpower the fish.
The sugar brings out the flavour of the tomatoes really well, and the overall dish will not taste sweet
It's quite a bit of work given the tomatoe base is made from scratch, but I promise tastes absolutely amazing!

Method


-Chop the tomatoes roughly discarding the hard middle pieces - I usually chop each tomatoe into 6. I leave the skins on but you can heat in a bowl of boling water and remove skins if you prefer
-add a lage glug of olive oil to a casserole pan - I used a
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