3 Reviews

Just made this today and I think it's pretty great! Will definitely be making again because fish is one thing we can agree on in our house. ;) I was hesitant though, wasn't so sure about fish being cooked for that long, but I used some nice thick cod and it stayed together well. I didn't cut it up before hand, just let it fall apart naturally during stirring. I used 4 med sized cod fillets, a whole onion, lots of fresh garlic and yukon gold potatoes...I think russets would be too floury. Note that 1 tsp of cayenne packs quite a bit of punch, so your kids might not like it. I used 1/2 tsp cayenne and it's still a little too spicy for mine. We're eating this with crusty bread instead of rice - nice! Thanks!

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magpie diner November 22, 2008

This was pretty good, although if I make it again I will leave out the tumeric and cooked rice and use more potatoes. I used 2 minced garlic cloves instead of the paste, a 12 oz. package of cod fillets, and a stalk of diced celery.Thanks for posting this.

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Leslie in Texas February 04, 2008

Sensational!! Hearty and satisfying, and goes a long way. Used red potatoes, and, in addition to veggies in recipe, threw in some sliced leek and sliced celery stalk. Decided on 1/2 tbsp turmeric, 1/2 tsp cayenne, 1/8 tsp thyme, leaving remaining ingredients as indicated. Stew was done in 7 hrs and served up over a bed of parslied rice. We thought the seasonings were perfect (so glad there's leftovers!). Many thanks to IO for posting and to other reviewers for their input.

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woodland hues October 22, 2010
Crock Pot Fish Stew & Rice