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Croatian Dalmatian Shrimp’s Chowder

Croatian Dalmatian Shrimp’s Chowder created by candacecahill

This recipe is originally for “gamberi” (Italian) or “kozice” as we would say in Croatia. Preparation for both is the same, so let us follow shrimps recipe.

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1hr 15mins
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  • Divide heads and tails from shrimps.
  • Cook pealed potato with fish and head and shells of shrimps about 30 minutes (you can cut potato into pieces to fasten cooking). When done, remove shrimp shells, potato and fish from soup and drain the soup.
  • Clean the fish and mix with potato. Make puree out of fish and potato. When done, put puree into drained fish stock. Let it boil for minute or two.
  • Remove meat from shrimp tails and put them into soup. Add olive oil, lemon juice, parsley leaves and season with salt and pepper. Cook not more than 15 minutes. Serve hot.
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"This recipe is originally for “gamberi” (Italian) or “kozice” as we would say in Croatia. Preparation for both is the same, so let us follow shrimps recipe."
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  1. candacecahill
    Croatian Dalmatian Shrimp’s Chowder Created by candacecahill
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  2. candacecahill
    Had this soup in Croatia recently at several restaurants and served it yesterday to 14 people that enjoyed it very much and asked for seconds. Next time I would make it with more garlic. I was a bit confused on where to get the liquid for the broth other than just the potatoes so added organic chicken broth.
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  3. nitko
    This recipe is originally for “gamberi” (Italian) or “kozice” as we would say in Croatia. Preparation for both is the same, so let us follow shrimps recipe.
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