California Central Coast Recipes

Easy Seafood broth

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Easy Seafood broth is a quick broth to make when you need a fish-based broth for a risotto or pasta. If you have some shells from shrimp -like when you are making Shrimp Risotto, this is a quick recipe that you can throw together in a just a few minutes --but you do need to let it simmer for an hour or so to intensify the flavors. The end product will be fabulous!

This makes enough broth for a risotto recipe for four people.


www.theromantictable.com ©2017, Easy Seafood broth
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: 1 hour
MAKES 4 SERVINGS.
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Ingredients.

1 large half Onion , cut into chunks
1 Large stalk Celery , cut into chunks
1 Large carrot , cut into chunks
Discarded Shrimp shells and tails
4 Bottles Clam Juice
1 14.5 ounce can chicken broth
1 14.5 ounce can water
Freshly-cracked black pepper


Preparation Directions.

1 In medium-sized stockpot, add onion, celery and carrot pieces to pan.

2 Add in the discarded shells from your shrimp (or other seafood) to the same pan.

3 Add in the chicken broth, then the empty chicken broth can full of water. Stir well.

4 Add in the Clam juice, stir well to combine.

5 Add in a little freshly cracked black pepper. Stir well.

6 Cook on high heat until boiling, then adjust heat down to a low simmer, covered.

7 Let cook for an hour or so to intensify the flavors.

8 Before using, strain the broth from the vegetable pieces and fish pieces.

9 Heat up the strained broth hot for use in shrimp (or other seafood) risotto. Please see my Blog Risotto - Rice Italian Style!


Wine and Food Pairing and Serving Suggestions.

This broth works especially well with any kind of shrimp or shellfish risotto.

A tip from Sue!

Choosing a pot

The first thing you to do is get decent cookware. Nothing is more serviceable than stainless steel, thatís what the pros use and is mandated for all commercial restaurants.

Save yourself a lot of trouble and get the best quality stainless steel that you can afford. A few basic sizes will take you a long way!