Fennel Provencal

This is a recipe I came up with while visiting my parents in the South of France. It is a great accompanying dish for any type of meat, or you can even add cooked fish to it for a Provencal Fish Stew.

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  • Fry the onions and garlic gently in the olive oil in a large saucepan.
  • Add the chopped fennel and cook for approximately five minutes.
  • Add the white wine, simmer for ten minutes.
  • Add the chopped tomatoes and the herbs.
  • Cover the pot and simmer for fifteen minutes.
  • Remove lid and simmer further uncovered to thicken sauce if preferred.
  • Just prior to serving add the lemon juice and salt and pepper to taste.
  • May be served cold.
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  1. Sharon L.
    Excellent! Just like a dish you'd find in a French bistro. Instead of fresh herbs, I used 1 tbsp of dried Herbs de Provence, added two fish fillets cut into chunks and doubled the amount of white wine so that it became a fish stew. I served it with a crusty baguette and it was a hit! I plan to try this again with mussels.
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  2. Sharon L.
    Excellent! Just like a dish you'd find in a French bistro. Instead of fresh herbs, I used 1 tbsp of dried Herbs de Provence, added two fish fillets cut into chunks and doubled the amount of white wine so that it became a fish stew. I served it with a crusty baguette and it was a hit! I plan to try this again with mussels.
    Reply
  3. becy959
    This is a recipe I came up with while visiting my parents in the South of France. It is a great accompanying dish for any type of meat, or you can even add cooked fish to it for a Provencal Fish Stew.
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