Wow! I took a few liberties with this recipe. I added muscles and crab claws and used haddock in place of halibut and it came out amazing. I also doubled the red pepper flakes, because I love it spicy!!! Great and fairly easy recipe. Thanks!
Wonderful!!!! I cut the recipe in half and added some fresh fennel I had left (about a 1/8c chopped) and a little chopped green pepper. I used sea scallops (cut in fourths), shrimp, one cod fillet and one small salmon fillet. I will definately use this again. Thank you for such a easy and delicious recipe. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Game 2009.
I used a combination of this recipe and Rachel Rays oven roasted recipe: As I liked the ingredients of both. I used Haddock, shrimp & muscles also added fennel (1st time I have ever cooked with this and loved it) I will post my combined recipe. served it to guests and they loved it had to give them both copies Easy and wonderful 4.5 stars only because I did use part of another recipe
Superb! I love cioppino but hard to find in Louisiana without driving 75 miles. I used catfish fillets for the fish, added a few oysters and squid. Ummm, So very good. I may never drive 75 miles again for my cioppinno. Freezes very well so I always have a supply on hand for my craving. Thank you for sharing this ez recipe.
Yummy! We loved this super quick and easy cioppino. I, too, have more "complicated" cioppino recipes, but for quick and easy this beats them all. I used Basa fillets for the fish because that is what I had on hand. Also, my shrimp and scallops were large so I cut them in half. My family devoured this and gave it 2-thumbs up. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe...it is definitely a keeper!