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Learn how to make southern catfish chowder with sauteed greens.
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Thanks for checking out another episode of Fixmyrecipe.com. I'm Chef Billy Perici and it must be going close to winner because lowest foods new meals will soon is a real simple comforting soup and its coming out your way. We got some good old fashion country style cooking in this Catfish Chowder with a side of sauté bay spinach. So to start were going to slice some dice up some vegetables get them ready to cook.
In a large pot on high heat were going to add all in those vegetables and herbs that we cut up. I know what you’re thinking Chef Billy Perici you always preach caramelizing. You're right I do but were going to add a little bit of liquid in this because I want all those vegetables and herbs to infuse without caramelizing.
So with all those potatoes, celery, onions, chop potatoes, some try herbs and don’t forget two bays leafs. Don’t get to chop a little parsley. And were going to pick it up and then put it right in. were going to bring this to a boil. Once it is boiling were a pop a cover on it, were going to let it sift for about 20 minutes. While are vegetables are steaming and simmering we are going to chop off our catfish get it ready to cook. Don’t forget t slice a lemon.
Now that are vegetables are nice and tender we are going to go ahead and lay this catfish right on top, were going to squeeze a little bit of lemon juice. It’s going to take about three to four minutes to cook with that top on and in the meantime, we are going to sauté up our dreams. In a hot skillet with a little bit of olive oil, were going to sauté off some garlic until you smell it, then were going to add in this spinach it only going to take about a minute and half to cook.
We are just about finish but before we do we want to adjust these seasons with a little a bit of tobaccos sauce use as much as you can stand. Once our spinach is wilted all we have to do is plate it up and give it a taste. Wow is this tasty and you saw how easy it was to make this. You can do this be sure to stop by lowestfoods.com every single Wednesday to see our new meal solution. I want to keep you miss.