I made this tonight for myself and my 2 year old daughter. It was very good! Even my little girl ate it, which surprised me. The flavor is rich and hearty, however next time I will use a little less of the cajun seasoning. The heat level was just a little bit too much for the youngster. I used a filet each of mahi mahi and cod. I also added scallops along with the shrimp. I am definitely keeping this recipe. It's yummy.
This was a wonderful tasting Seafood Stew. Will make this again soon. Thanks for posting.
One of the best things I have ever made. I added celery, musles and scallops and subsitiuted paprika for the cajun spice. My friends and family couldn't believe that I was capable of making this. Everyone loved it!!!!
The flavors in this stew are just divine! The thyme, cumin, cajun seasoning and pepper flakes really elevate a basic tomato broth to something special. It has a bit of heat, but not enough to overwhelm the delicate flavors of the fish and shrimp. I did tweak the recipe a touch (sorry, I can't help it!) first by blending the tomato mixture to a less chunky texture after it had simmered for 20 minutes, second by using twice as much seafood as called for. Otherwise, I made just as written. Even without the extra seafood, this is a very hearty, warming dish. Along with a glass of fruity wine and some hearty bread, this makes a wonderful meal! I used cod this time, but I'd love to try it with salmon and mussels as well. I've been looking for a seafood stew recipe for months that was just perfect, I think I can stop looking now! thanks so much for a wonderful lunch, and many more meals to come.
Yummy! All around the table, that was what was heard. This is low in fat, calories and sugar. What a great seafood stew. I just served it with some rolls and butter for those lucky people who are not watching their weight. Thanks for posting, this is a keeper. :)
Delicious soup. DH wants the recipe filed in his favourites cookbook. When I started making the soup I discovered that I was out of tomato sauce therefore used pasta sauce in it's placeand left out the thyme. The soup still turned out great. Made for Went to the Market Tag.
A lovely soup for a cold night. It tasted wonderful and was simple to assemble and cook. Great recipe - thanks for posting.
Annacia, thanks for another great soup. I used 10 oz of shrimp and increased the broth by 1/2 C. I also used celery instead of sweet pepper, also used the red wine. Didn't use the pepper flakes, so it was spicy, but not too hot.