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Learn how to make a #Tasty Caribbean Fish Stew, using Cod (not salted) in this episode of #FishFriday with Chris De La Rosa of CaribbeanPot.com Just in time for Lent and Easter, we’ll make a delightful fish dish which also happens to be gluten free as well.

Definitely not your typical Caribbean stew fish, but with a little creativity and using ingredients we’d normally use in the Caribbean.. this can be consider and “Island” dish.

For this fish recipe you’ll need…

1-2 lbs Cod
1 med onion
2 cloves garlic
1/2 orange bell pepper
1/2 yellow bell pepper
2 scallions
1/4 scotch bonnet pepper
1/2 teaspoon smoky paprika (hot)
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoon achiote oil (or olive oil)
2 tablespoons parsley
1 stalk celery
4 sprigs thyme
1 tablespoon tomato paste
1/4 teaspoon black pepper

How To Make Achiote Oil (roucou | occo):
https://youtu.be/vA4dfAfei1Q

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Comments

BG 92 says:

Wow I have a similar recipe from New England but I like the extra ingredients you have in yours to bring the heat and beautiful colors of those wonderful Caribbean Islands. Can't wait to make it. My husband's family is from Spain & Puerto Rico so I think they will love it. Especially the Achiote oil.πŸ˜ƒβ€πŸ‘

tany Bap says:

That looks lovely thank you, I’ll do this but might add some curry powder to it 😜πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯. Must be nice with breadfruit!

Globug92000 says:

I just made this. FanTAStic!! And so easy. Thank you!!

Akua Boaduah says:

Is cod salty fish?

Joy Ewan says:

Made this last night it was delicious.

EPetit84 says:

πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

Macy Cartel says:

U love salt 2 much πŸ˜‚

netdog713 says:

pisses of cod mon 0_o

mayaM3 says:

i just did it, and it's really cool ! (didn't have that special oil, couldn't get anywhere…i believe it would be even nicer. ) Thaaaaanks :)

Terri H says:

Hi Chris is there a substitute for achiote oil I can't find it..

troy Graham says:

BEAUTIFUL DISH !!

Stephen Lightbourn says:

Chris ya womanizing I see

One Journey says:

❀❀❀❀❀ Outstanding my best breakfast

lynn morales says:

achote oil is a must in puertorican cousine. we share similarities in cousine.

Mieke Bryant says:

This recipe is delicious! I will be making it again tonight… mmm

INTUIT says:

This looks DIVINE! Great job Chef…will be making this very soon.

Brown Barbie M. G says:

This is not how Trinidadians cook their stew fish

Wayne Blake says:

CERTAIN TRINI'S LOVE RASTAFARI! KNOW IT IS THE TRUTH! YET ARE NOT THOSE WHO ALWAYS SPEAK OPENLY THAT IT IS! YOU HAVE DIVINE INSPIRATION! THAT IS WHAT IT IS!

SexysassyJ B says:

Wow…my dinner tomorrow…gonna use snapper.

finding_destiny says:

Dinner inspiration for tonight. can you post a few more fish recipes? What a life saver

Mary Cobbina says:

Can I try this with normal sunflower oil? The red oil looks like palm oil; very greasy

LaDonna Bell says:

great recipe! I am going to try this tonight!

H Dot says:

Just made this using your video and dammmmmmmmmmmm it sweet me it sweet me! This is incredibly healthy too

Whaynna Araujo says:

this look good am making as I watch this video it look really good can wait to dinner isΒ  ready omg this is yummy good I m eating while writing a comment thank you od bless

Ludmira Gomes says:

All your recipes look sooooo amazing…. keep them coming and thank you for sharing…I love trying new recipes!

Milani Michell says:

This looks so good. I'll be trying it soon!

redeemer kowu says:

The oil was palm oil. The splash of water should have been a little more. Eat with rice, yam and other tubers mashed!

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