Are you afraid to cook fish? If you are, you are not alone. For many years I thought I didn’t really like fish, but I grew up in a time when everything was cooked to death! If it wasn’t well done, it wasn’t eaten.
When I learned how to properly cook fish, a whole new world opened up for me. And the key to cooking fish was so simple. . . just don’t overcook it.
This recipe for simple seafood stew is easy, fast and really delicious. You can use almost any kind of whitefish. I had a few fillets in my freezer from Community Seafood, the CSF (community supported fishery) that delivers freshly caught seafood to my local farmer’s market. All the seafood is caught off the California coast by local fisherman, so I get to know who caught your dinner, and exactly where and how they caught it.
I did a step by step photo tutorial on how to make a fish stew over on Zester Daily. It comes together in about half an hour, making it a great weeknight dinner option.
Click here to find the recipe for my Simple Seafood Stew.
Throw in some fennel and orange zest and I’m in!! Your recipe looks like a tasty base to add other seafood as well.