Spicy Tilapia and Fennel Stew

  • Cynthia G Posted: 11/20/13
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    This was quick and easy and my husband and son loved it. I used Trader Joe's Arrabbiata sauce and added red potatoes that I quartered and boiled in salted water until tender. I served it with a green salad and crusty bread. I will definitely make this again.

  • steponme Posted: 02/06/14
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    Missouri City, TX

    Maybe it was my arrabiatta sauce, yes it was spicy-hot, but other than that, I found this to be on the bland side. It seemed to be missing something.

  • JessicaJJM Posted: 12/02/13
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    Oconomowoc, WI

    Yum! Great soup, easy and quick to prepare. The fennel gave it a natural and healthy spicy kick.

  • karinemarc74 Posted: 12/07/13
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    I subsituted tilapia with monkfish (great firm fish, perfect for a stew) since my fishmonger hadn't any and it was very tasty. I will do it again. I served with with boiled potatoes and had a nice piece of bread to soak the juices.

  • AnitaGShah85 Posted: 12/02/13
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    Used wild caught shrimp instead of tilapia and chicken broth instead of clam juice. AMAZING!

  • Nsdfoodie Posted: 12/07/13
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    Quick and easy to make. Extremely delicious.

  • IsabellaDarling Posted: 04/24/14
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    This is a very spicy dish. All one tastes is the heat; there are no nuances of flavor. Why spend $2 on fennel when the flavor is entirely lost? Try cabbage instead. $9 for the arrabbiata sauce, $3 for the clam juice, $2 for the fennel, $7 for the tilapia...a lot of money for a disappointing dish. I found this recipe in the "until June, 26,1 2014" issue of Cooking Light All-Time Top-Rated Recipes magazine... And I paid $12 for that! How did this recipe receive "best" status? By the way, I do enjoy spicy foods.

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