If You Like Seafood You’ll Love This

Not to long ago I made a pretty amazing seafood soup that my mother taught me to make when i was younger.  I was sick with a cold and this is one of the best things you can have to cure a cold.  If you love seafood as much as I do then you will most definitely love this soup.  Now you are probably wondering, “I must know how to make this it sounds so good”, don’t you worry I’ll tell you.  First you are going to need

A large pot, one pnion, about 6 or 7 cloves of garlic, rice, carrots, (italian) parsley, red green or yellow peppers, a pound of tilapia, shrimp, black mussels, venus clams, extra virgin olive oil.

coat the bottom of the pot with extra virgin olive oil and saute cut onion and garlic until its brown

then put your stove on high and pour in water until it fills up about 3/4ths of the pot

wait for the water to reach a boil then toss in the parsley, cut carrots, and peppers, then let that bowl for about 5 minutes

then toss in the live black mussels and clams (do not remove from shells) let that boil on medium high for about 10-15 minutes

bring back to a boil and toss in the shrimp for about another 10 mintues let it boil on medium high

bring back to High and toss in rice and tilapia filets and rice and let it boil for another 10 minutes

once the fillets are melting and the rice is cooked your soup is ready to eat then you can salt and pepper it as much as you like.  Hopefully you will like this soup it is one of my favorite things to make.  Have fun cooking 

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One thought on “If You Like Seafood You’ll Love This

  1. Liz Losh on said:

    Sounds like a great recipe. Think about how you could use images and hyperlinks for readers seeking more resources for research or commentary. Often journalists who reprint family recipes also use some of the writing tips that we’ve discussed in this class to provide a more vivid portrait of the original cook.

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