Sunday, June 26, 2011

Fish stew


2 cup yam or cassava, remove peel and chop into cubes
1 cup long beans cut into pieces
4 cups water
2 tbsp cooked rice (any type)
1 cup king fish pieces without bones *
1/2 cup shrimp without peel
1 tsp salt
1 tbsp tamarind pulp
1/4 tsp turmeric
1/2 tsp chillie powder or chillie flakes adjust according to taste
3 cloves of garlic chopped optional
1 tbsp onion chopped optional
1 to 2 green or red chillie optional
1 tbsp cornstarch
2 tbsp drumstick leaves optional

Add the cassava, long beans and water bring to a boil. Add the seafood, rice and spices.
Mix the cornstarch with cold water and leave aside. When the seafood and vegetables are cooked, add the cornstarch and the drumstick leaves cook for about 2 to 3 minutes.
Serve the stew hot, it doesn't need to be accompanied with anything.

* Can adjust the amount of fish, shrimp, yam and beans. Can also add different types of seafood i.e. crab, squid, octopus and other fish.


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65 comments:

  1. Looks delicious, warm and comforting!

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  2. wow so tempting !! looks so wonderful !!

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  3. Loved the ingredients..Very nutritious..
    Thanks for dropping by and for your lovely comments.
    Happy to follow you..

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  4. Thanks for visiting my blog and for your lovely comment.
    Fish stew looks yummy and tempting. Wonderful recipe.

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  5. such interesting ingredients in this stew machallah

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  6. I love this kind of meal.. my fave! ^,^

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  7. Totally inviting,makes me drool..irresistible stew..

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  8. I love fish stew, and your stew bowls look SO CUTE!!!!

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  9. It looks like real comfort food to me :)

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  10. I have never try fish stew with cassava before! It sounds so good :)

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  11. Havent heard abt this fish stew....looks very tempting

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  12. Wonderful stew! Love all the veggies in it =)

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  13. This looks tasty - and I love the bowls!

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  14. Delicious looking stew dear..so tempting.

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  15. I'm having breakfast in this moment but I'm already craving dinner!

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  16. Sana e gustosa zuppa di pesce,complimenti!!;-))
    Buona serata baci*

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  17. The cassava in this stew is interesting. I wonder if I should boil the shrimp shells and use that shrimp flavoured water in the stew.
    Thank You for this post, I haven't used cassava in years.

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  18. Cassava AND tamarind!? My kind of stew!

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  19. What a beautiful photo of your fish stew. I like the black and white soup bowls! Love all the ingredients in this soup, got to make this.

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  20. you always make me so hungry - looks great

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  21. Delicious fish stew..Love the cutie pots too..

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  22. Eventhough i have never cook this before, I bet your fish stew must be taste good and delicious.

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  23. Such a hearthy and yummy stew! Lovely flavors!

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  24. What a flavorful fish stew...I love how you can adapt it to what you have available..yummy!

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  25. I love anything with seafood. Your stew looks delicious!

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  26. Lovely looking stew .. so light and flavorful.

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  27. omy goodness..this looks so tempting for words..
    just awesome..

    Tasty Appetite

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  28. Lovely delicious light and healthy fish stew!

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  29. Oh, wow! I have never added drumstick leaves to a stew (or any dish). This looks pretty delicious. Loved the look!

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  30. Simply delicious! Load that up with octopus and scallops, rip off a hunk of bread...I'd be a very happy camper!

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  31. I finally found your other blog! This is great, with lots of delicious recipes. JazAllah Khair,

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  32. fish stew is one of my favorite things EVER - this looks great!

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  33. Simply delicious..loved the click

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  34. nice fish stew..seeing ur pic i bet it would been tasty :)

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  35. This looks great! I've always wanted to make fish stew but I've yet to try, it is definitely on my must make list.

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  36. This is our kind of comfort food love it!

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  37. Sounds very interesting. Yummy looking stew :)

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  38. Oh my, what a beautiful stew! I looove all the flavors you've put in there... sounds delicious!

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  39. Never tasted a fish stew ...looks nice and tasty.

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  40. Sounds like a wonderful one-pot and I'm loving the spicy and tangy flavors in this hearty stew! Lovely pots too :))

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  41. Thanks for visiting my blog, you have an interesting blog, will come back here.

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  42. Thank you for your visit. Your recipes look fantastic especially the fish stew which is one of my favourite dishes. I would not be able to find all the ingredients that you use but I guess I can find similar products. Will be back. Diane

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  43. Thanks for dropping by Pinay In Texas Cooking Corner. You have a lovely blog here.
    Haven't used cassava in my fish stew. I guess I should give it a try!

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  44. beautiful looking stew and nice picks....

    happy to follow you....

    as per your question in my blog, yes archieved entries are allowed.

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  45. beautifully plated stew recipe...

    happy to follow you...
    the question you left on my blog - sure you can send archived entries, but make sure u tag it the post to my event and add the stamp too.

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  46. Delicious looking stew! And it's served in such pretty bowls!

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  47. This looks delicious and full of good things. ;-) Thanks for sharing it with Souper Sundays.

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  48. lovely dish! You put a lot of heart into making this. Well done.

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  49. interesting fish stew recipe....looks absolutely delicious...

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