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Redfish Courtbouillon #8080279 12/08/20 12:41 AM
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Well shucks, it does appear I have enough to fix dinner tonight!!!
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Yassir! I love me some Couvillion


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Mmmmm
I know that’s gonna be some good eating

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That's what I'm talking about! One of my favorite seafood dishes to make (& eat). I LOVE me a courtbouillon (or couvillion in Cajun Country). Redfish, black drum, sheepshead, most species of snapper, and certain species of shark are perfect for that dish.

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OMG! I'm stuffed, it was exceptionally good. Magic Dust came thru again, little heavy on the parsley, perfect on the green onions. That would be $30 a plate, anywhere in 'Nawlin's. smile
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Blank your food looks better than about 90% of the stuff I have eaten in restaurants, and I am sure that couvillion tastes as good as it looks.

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Man the looks fantastic!! clap I would HURT myself.

That Magic Dust does make a difference, don't it. up

Of course, your cooking skills are kinda important too. grin

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Haha. Thanks guys, glad you like. Meal time is fun time for me; the wife and MIL don't do seafood, spicy, or onions so they polished off the left-over stroganoff. Guess I'll be making my own lunch tomorrow!!

You ever feel like that poor guy laying on the table in the movie ALIEN, and a shrimp is going to explode out of your chest??? Man, it was good.

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Congratulations on such a fine recipe. I made one wknd fore last and my family lost their minds over it. It’s awesome.

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Looks real tasty!

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
That's what I'm talking about! One of my favorite seafood dishes to make (& eat). I LOVE me a courtbouillon (or couvillion in Cajun Country). Redfish, black drum, sheepshead, most species of snapper, and certain species of shark are perfect for that dish.

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Works really good with crappie also. Yum Yum


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That and magic dust went hand in hand. Excellent work Sir food


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Great job!


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I have not had that in way to long, you nailed it food


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Looks great. Do u have full recipe?

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That meal looks fantastic.


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Never heard of it before, but im gonna have to go looking for it now.

That looks like something i'd like to eat food


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Here’s what I did. There were lots of different recipes out there, so I took a little of each to make my own, with what I had in the kitchen!!

* 3-5 lbs redfish fillets, can use larger-sized tougher fish fillets, just cut pieces smaller
* 1 doz. large shrimp
* 4 tablespoons un-salted butter
* 4 tablespoons all-purpose flour
* 1 1⁄2cups sweet onion, chopped in cubes
* 2 green onions, chopped fine, bases in stew and tops for garnish
* 1 bell pepper, chopped fine
* 1 celery, chopped fine
* 1 carrot, chopped fine
* 2 cloves fresh garlic, chopped and minced (can use 1 tsp. prepared minced garlic)
* 2 (14 ounce) cans diced tomatoes or even Rotel, if desired for more spicy taste
* 1 small can of tomato paste
* 3 tablespoons chopped parsley for garnish
* 2 bay leaves (remove prior to serving)
* 1⁄4 teaspoon thyme
* 2 Tsp. Fremin’s Magic Dust, or Tony Chachere’s Creole seasoning
* 1/4 teaspoon salt
* 1/2 teaspoon pepper
* 2-3 cups hot water (use to thin as necessary)

DIRECTIONS
* Cut the filets in 2" cross sections and set aside.
* Set aside the shrimp (rinse and drain)
* Melt butter in stock pot or dutch oven, then add flour to make roux, and stir until brown.
* Add Trinity (all vegetables) and saute until soft (approx. 4-6 minutes).
* Add diced tomatoes and tomato paste, and cook for 15 minutes.
* Add parsley, bay leaves, thyme and gradually stir in hot water, until reaching desired thickness.
* Cover and cook for 30 minutes.
* Drop fish in and cook another 20-30 minutes, until firm but flaky.
* Cooked shrimp can go in last, to just warm up. Raw shrimp is placed in, with the raw fish filets
* Serve over hot long grain white rice.
* Enjoy the Cajun ride!!!!!

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Looks really good. Will be making this in the next few weeks.

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That looks great


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I am going to have to stretch my wings and attempt this. Thanks Blank!

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Sounds like and finished product looks a lot like the crawfish etouffee recipe i made a while back.


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RC: Sorry, I don't usually look back at threads before I post mine. Coulda/woulda/shoulda seen that you and SB had some amazing dishes of your own on there. Those were great!!!

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