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Old 11-29-2009, 03:57 AM   #1
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Pompano & Whiting Courtbouillon

Well, I have been trying to eat healtier and a pot of courtbouillon sounded good since I had a big pompano and some whiting fillets still left from last week. I made a trinity with 2 yellow onions, 2 bell peppers, small (HEB) celery head, 2 shallot & about 5 garlic cloves. Cooked it down in olive oil. Added 2 28 oz. cans of (HEB) tomato sauce, 2 cans of (HEB) tomato paste & some water, and a can of rotel. Just playing around I added a few sprinkles of "Tony's" Instant Roux just for good measure. Cooked that down on a low setting for about 40 minutes. In the mean time . I rubbed small chunks of pompano & whiting with " The Best Stop" Cajun seasoning and then gently layed them into the courtbouillon liquid and let them cook for 10 minutes. Shut off everything and let it cook as it cools off. Made some brown rice(for diabetes only) and a loaf of 12 grain bread. Didn't add any other spice other than the Tony's & The best stop. Me and my wife had four big bowls already and are going to eat more after church today. It is very delicious. Here's the video and pictures....

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Old 11-29-2009, 07:34 AM   #2
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Looks good SS. Nothing says home cooking like a good fish head.
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Sapo that looks great, almost time for for some catfish stew!
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Correction, This close to a "Sauce Piquant"

Looks great SS
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Correction, This close to a "Sauce Piquant"

Looks great SS
Yeah, I forgot the lemon slices... It still was yummy...
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