Learn how to make a Tuscan Fish Stew! When you hear the word “stew” you don’t usually think of fast, easy, and light, but this Tuscan Fish Stew is all those things and more! Visit https://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2018/09/tuscan-fish-stew-just-like-i-barely.html for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I really hope you enjoy this easy Tuscan Fish Stew recipe!

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  1. I made this last night. Used vine ripened tomatoes and dried herbs (but a significant amount of fresh basil). Also, Tilapia was on sale and shrimp was on hand.

    It turned out INCREDIBLE. Like, I would order it at a restaurant. This one goes on the good list, possibly even doable at catering scale.

    Thanks Chef!

  2. So, I tried to make this stew with what I had in the pantry/freezer/fridge. I had Cod, Frozen shrimp, (after all…I'm the Poseidon of Decidin).so I went for it. Minus the anchovy, I had the basics and it turned out to be one of the better "impromptu" meals I've made. My wife wants to ask where I got the recipe….I told her I just "threw" it together. Thanks for making me look like a stud!

  3. Garlic, unless used very sparingly, overpowers any dish it's added to. I do not understand why so many professional chefs use it with reckless abandon in nearly every recipe. I don't want everything I eat to taste like the daily special at Olive Garden.

  4. I have been a subscriber for many years……so please, please, please can you offer metric measurements and alternative name for some of the vegetable . E.g are green onion “…spring onion” and how many ml in a cup. Thank you 😊

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