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Seafood Soup Recipe?

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done gumbo to death.

want to try another recipe?

Have some octopus I might use?

What spices are good with seafood?

Any recipes anyone would want to share?

thanks

Len

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frogmore stew gogle it. you can add all kinds of seafood crablegs, octopus, shrimp would work. Its all about timeing how fast the seafood cooks. and your german so the sausage part you can handle len. ive used it with chorizo and smoked sausage.

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Not soup, but I've found that most seafood works good in stuffed jumbo pasta shells. Cook the pasta shells and then whip up a mixture of ricotta cheese, frozen (but cooked) spinach, seafood parts, and then spices such as salt/pepper/cayenne/etc. Stuff it all into the pasta shell, cover with spaghetti sauce if you like, then bake for 30 minutes in the oven. Voila

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frogmore stew gogle it. you can add all kinds of seafood crablegs, octopus, shrimp would work. Its all about timeing how fast the seafood cooks. and your german so the sausage part you can handle len. ive used it with chorizo and smoked sausage.

Wow this is a winner also.

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I would suggest a thai soup with coconut milk. I make a chicken soup from cooking light and have used shrimp in it with good results. I believe the recipe is named coconut-curry chicken soup

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I make a version of clam chowder. Cook onion, celery, garlic, possibly carrots until almost tender, add cream butter and milk, cook a while add clam juice canned clams, and some parm cheese (grated) salt, pepper, etc... Once the flavor is what you wnat add the seefood, scalops, shrimp, fish etc... Bacon or salt pork also add something to the soup. Not exactly fat free but mighty good.

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