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.
bjane1 Posted: 10/31/13
Very flavorful, colorful, and easy. Used purple fingerling potatoes in place of the pasta and added red pepper flakes. Will pass this recipe along to my sister who has an abundance of garden veggies and seafood from her fisherman hubbie.