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In the mood for something sweet? How about with a little kick? Substantial but not red meat? Look no further! Today’s dish is a Vietnamese Clay Pot fish. It is a little different from some of the other recipes we have made in the past, but no less delicious! Get ready for some tasty taste-bud transportation!
Vietnamese Clay Pot Fish
Time Required: 1 hour
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This week, Shannon has been feeling under the weather – what with the dramatic 20 degree drops overnight and whatnot, so I get a text halfway through the day – “Bring me some chicken soup!”
Well I’ve done you one better! Today, we’ll be making a fantastic Spanish Chicken Stew that warms the heart and fires the tastebuds. It combines wonderful flavors and textures of chicken, peppers, tomatoes, chickpeas, and almonds to create a thick and meaty stew for the whole family. So, without much ado, let’s get to it!
Time Required: 1 hour minimum
This was a Halloween Tradition in the Gallas house! I hope you enjoy it, it reminds me of the Holidays every year