Location: BUIDB: "Thats a great shot of a pier from the beach."
|This is the way I do it:
Saute chopped onion and tomatoes in a pot, once this softens I add what ever veggies I want in my soup (carrots, potatoes and zucchini, give it a little time to "brown" them, then I add water, shrimp bullion and 1-2 chipotle chiles (the ones in "adobo" sauce not the dry ones), once the veggies are close to be done I add the fish and let it all finish cooking together. I garnish it with chopped onion and cilantro...squeeze some lime and chase it with a "Negra Modelo"
IMA TRY THIS ONE!!!
Here is another, and I can't credit it cuz i have been doing this for years and changed it up all along:
Mediterranean fish stew
cut your fish into your understanding of chunks for fish soup, place in a bowl and sprinkle with salt and let stand for an hour or so.
Meanwhile, in your soup pot, heat up some olive/veg oil and saute in it sliced onions and garlic. After sauteed to your liking, add either canned diced tomatoes, or stew into the pot fresh, diced tomatoes until either heated through or soft. Sprinkle in some basil, oregano and drop in a bay leaf.
Let it come to a gentle boil, and keep at a high simmer. Rinse your fish, and add to pot--and let simmer till done, maybe 10-15 minutes, depending on the type of fish. (it's better to have undercooked rather than overcooked fish)
Serve with crusty bread or garlic bread.
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