This was easy and gourmet tasting. When I first tasted it, the broth seemed bland, so I added some crushed red pepper to spice it up a little. As it set, the broth picked up more flavor. I used tilapia, salmon, and threw in some scallops at the last minute. I did not think the noodles were necessary, however they provided a festive filler and prevented me from worrying that I made too little. I cooked those separately and tossed them in in the end along with the scallops while reheating. Served it at a dinner party to rave reviews.
Mediterranean Fish Stew
chefbonarti Posted: 11/16/09
lynsayhurd Posted: 06/20/10
Fabulous!!! This is the second time I've cooked it & both times it was a crowd pleaser! I don't think the type of fish is a make or break; I've done both Barramundi & Ling and both we're fantastic! This last time I used veggie stock instead of chicken & thyme instead of oregano and it gave the stew a little bit of a different flavour...still fabulous!
Meremaid Posted: 08/15/10
My boyfriend and I absolutely adored this dish. We were both surprised at how gourmet and flavorful it is. We used ono for our fish, but I think any fish would be great in this recipe!
JudithInBklyn Posted: 09/05/11
This recipe was hearty and delicious. It's easy enough for a weeknight meal. I used tilapia instead of halibut, which worked well.