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from NY, USA Serves 6 1 1/2 to 2 lbs red snapper fillet, cut in chunks 1 can whole tomatoes ( 28 oz ) cut up with liquids 1 large onion chopped 10 ounce package frozen cut okra unthawed 1/2 cup chopped green onions 1 cup beef broth or 1 cup water and 2 Tbs. beef bouillon paste 1/4 cup sherry or vermouth salt, pepper, fresh thyme for garnish Red snapper can be an expensive fish so try to buy it on sale. The soup is stew like and has wonderful flavor. We make it for special occasions. Recipe may be made in a slow cooker cooked on high for several hours or in a simmered in a stockpot . Simply combine all and cover and cook. Garnish soup bowls with fresh thyme. Joan,Larry and Cosmo the Cutie Dog Visit our HomePage at: http://www.pipeline.com/~rosskat/

Red Snapper Soup


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(posted October 12, 2003)

from NY, USA

Serves 6

1 1/2 to 2 lbs
red snapper fillet, cut in chunks
1 can whole tomatoes ( 28 oz ) cut up with liquids
1 large
onion chopped
10 ounce package frozen cut
okra unthawed
1/2 cup chopped
green onions
1 cup
beef broth
or
1 cup water and 2 Tbs.
beef bouillon paste
1/4 cup
sherry or vermouth
salt, pepper,
fresh
thyme for garnish

Red
snapper can be an expensive fish so try to buy it on sale. The soup is stew like and has wonderful flavor.
We make it for special occasions.
Recipe may be made in a
slow cooker cooked on high for several hours or in a simmered in a stockpot .
Simply
combine all and cover and cook.
Garnish soup bowls with fresh thyme.

Joan,Larry and Cosmo the Cutie Dog
Visit our HomePage at:
http://www.pipeline.com/~rosskat/



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