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  • on October 15, 2011


    Another Rachel Ray awesome dish. The entire family loved it and we hardly had any leftovers. I have been looking for "soft food" recipes while my husband is undergoing some dental work and this fit the bill. Now I did not use the lager beer since I forgot to purchase it and I think that is why I needed to add about 1 tsp of worcestershire sauce to give it that bottom note it needs. But the lager beer probably would have taken care of that. I did use the clam broth as well. Also, I added about 2 tsp of salt. This really gets better when it sits overnight. Also I used tilapia only and no scallops (budget issues as usual and it was still superb. We are ricecentric so we put a little bit of white rice on the bottom of a wide bowl and then poured in the soup. Trust me if you make this soup everyone will think you are an amazing cook. Be sure to serve it with wedges of lemon and I also liked a spoonful of sour cream with it.

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  • on August 09, 2011


    Sophisticated flavor!!! This dish took a little effort, but not too much and the seafood ingredients were suprisingly affordable! This dish was under $10! I willlan to make this for a crowd the next time! A new family classic! I used all dried herbs and cut the amount of each in half and the flavors were perfect. On this episode Rachel recommended using some clam juice in place of some of the chicken stock...I did and and it gave the dish a real depth of flavor! This dish is very healthy and not "fishy" at all!

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