Fish are any of various mostly cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates usually having scales and breathing through gills. Seafood is any sea animal that is served as food or is suitable for eating. This usually includes sea water animals, such as fish and shellfish (including mollusks, and crustaceans). These sea water animals are also collectively referred to as seafood.
Combines salt pork, haddock, milk, and butter.
Uses haddock, salt pork, potatoes, and milk.
Made with monkfish, soy, sweet potatoes, onions, and bell pepper.
Calling for fillets, chicken broth, sherry, bamboo shoots, and spinach.
Combines red snapper, shrimp, tomatoes, and potatoes.
Contains soy, egg, chicken, cilantro, and bamboo shoots.
Conversational-style recipe using garlic, potatoes, and fillets.
Using carp, onions, tomato and green pepper. Includes three variations.
Contains flounder, lovage stalks, flour, and sour cream.
Crock pot recipe with sole or haddock, potatoes, carrots, and chicken broth.
Made with red snapper, potatoes, orange rind, and tomatoes.
Recipe using monkfish, ginger, cloves, garlic, chilies, tamarind, mushrooms, and potatoes.
Uses haddock, carrots, celery, plum tomatoes, fish stock, clam juice, and white wine.
Calling for halibut, cayenne pepper, tomatoes, saffron, and potatoes.
Made with fillets, bacon, green beans, tomatoes, carrots, milk, and light cream.
Vegetable broth soup seasoned with traditional herbs.
Made with fish bouillon, fresh corn, bacon, and potatoes.
Made with potatoes, carrots, fish broth, and rice.
Contains potatoes, creamed style corn, and milk.
Using Tilapia fillets, clam juice, red bell pepper, zucchini, and tomatoes.
Made with canned fish, sherry, zucchini, tomatoes, beans, and chicken stock.
Contains sour bamboo, pineapple, and nuoc mam.
Made with onions, lime, red peppers, tomatoes, and white wine.
Portuguese-style soup made with tomatoes, white wine, and potatoes.
Uses canned fish, salad oil, rice, and peas.
Combines canned fish and soup with vegetables.
Combines chicken stock, with cucumber and bean thread noodles.
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