By Hey Jude on February 05, 2008
Photo by Peter J
Photo by Peter J
"I just re-found this recipe while going through my Mom's old file box. She used to make this quite often when I was a child. She probably found the recipe in the newspaper. This is a quick, easy and delicious recipe using ingredients that I usually have on hand. It's also very versatile as for substituting....I didn't have fresh parsley so I used dried. I only had 1 can of diced tomatoes so I used the can of Ro-tel, which I did have on hand. Also, use any combo of fish/shellfish...tonight I made this using 2 small tilapia fillets and 1/2 lb. of bay scallops, it was a nice combo. This is a great cold weather soup....it will give you the warm fuzzies. I served it with freshly baked dinner rolls, though a crusty bread would be nice too."
Serving Size: 1 (404 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Very good. Felt like I was channeling my Spanish grandma. It was a little bland but a couple of drops of hot sauce fixed it."
"This dish is quick, easy, and delicious. I subbed 1 tbsp oil for the butter and vegetable broth for the white wine. I was HUNGRY when making dinner so only simmered the soup for about 10 minutes before adding the fish (mahi mahi) for an additional 10. Dinner on the table in about 30 minutes. The flavors are wonderful and everything comes together nicely. Something to make again! Thanks for posting."
"I did not like this at all. I don't know what was wrong but it was too much tomato, the flavor was off, and blech."
"we used 2 lbs whtiefish and no parsley because we had none. Very healthy"
"Lovely soup! It was quick and easy to prepare and didn't require stock which was great (as I didn't have any on hand). Nice, healthy dish - thanks! :)"
"This was surprisingly good. I am dieting and was looking for a basic broth with fish to keep the cal/fat/carbs count down. This is an all around winner! My husband said this is a keeper. The only addition was 1/4 t of my homemade jalenpeno pepper."
"Great recipe. I added some baby clams and some frozen veggies in addition to the fish and scallops. My family raved about it. Thanks for a great tasting, healthy and versatile recipe."
"Tastes great, easy, simple ingredients and healthy. I cannot ask for a better recipe. Thewhole family enjoyed it and I will make again. Thank you."
"Hey Jude, This is a great recipe! And not a budget buster either. I've tried it twice now and took the opportunity to use up some shrimp and two varieties of white fish that were on their way to freezer burn. That and a handful of bay scallops made a great soup!"
"Mmmm, so good and easy to put together! I used a ling fillet along with a few scallops thrown in for good measure. As you say it would be a very versatile recipe, I could see a little chili and/or hot sauce going with it well on a cold winter night. I only had one can of crushed tomato so used a couple of ripe fresh ones and added a splash of extra wine to compensate for less liquid."