Bouillabaisse

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Marc N
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Tue Feb 27, 2018 10:25 am

Or turn this:

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Into this:

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There are innumerable recipes on the InterWeb for Bouillabaisse, it's worth noting that the actual ingredients vary from one French town to the next and are really a way to make use of under-utilised catch.

So you can put any fish in the dish.

I often get some Mussels, and in the above photo, big Prawns, to add variety. So this is Dogfish/Conger/Snapper/Mussel/Prawn - Bouillabaisse

Along with some Basil from my garden, some Potatoes and a bunch of ripe Tomatoes, it's a delicious and easy meal.

The dip in the photo is Rouille, worth making, (recipes on the InterWeb) to eat with the Baguette and also mix into the stew.

Bon Appétit
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Tue Feb 27, 2018 1:18 pm

Damnnnn!!! That looks sooooo good!!

You're just become my favourite forum member. :y:
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