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Meal Detail

 

Dinner

Bouillabaisse with Saffron Rouille & Salads

 


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Prep
Difficulty
Easy

1 hour

Time
Estimate
1 hour

Begin by simmering the broth. This can even be started in a crock pot in the morning. While it simmers, prepare all of the ingredients for the two salads. They can be served separate or tossed together. Whip up the Rouille sauce. Prepare the seafood. Strain the broth and cook the seafood at the last minute. This soup and salad duo is also delicious with French bread on the side to dab into the dressings and saffron broth.


Recipes for this Meal


Winter
Photo of Bouillabaisse Seafood Stew
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Bouillabaisse Seafood Stew

The luxurious broth steams a variety of seafood into a delightful soup. The beauty of this dish is the ease and simplicity of preparing this seemingly extravagant dish. If you want to impress, but have little time, try this dish.


Winter
Photo of Fennel & Blood Orange Salad
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Fennel & Blood Orange Salad

A Sicilian favorite tosses together these two ingredients for a simple, elegant salad. But, if you insist on lettuce, go for it. Just plop these sweet, floral, licorice-y flavors on top. You may even consider something bitter as the leafy green, such as arugula to balance the sweetness.


Winter
Photo of Cranberry & Candied Walnut Salad
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Cranberry & Candied Walnut Salad

This quick salad adds a bit of sparkle and sweetness to your table. Each item can be made ahead, stored for a week of easy salad toppings or to take with you for a potluck. Feel free to add more vegetables of fruit such as avocados, red onions, roasted vegetables or citrus slices.


Winter
Photo of Saffron Rouille
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Saffron Rouille

This almost mayo sauce is often based with crumbled white french bread, but ground almonds can work instead to thicken the sauce. Just use half of the amount of called for. This is best paired with the Bouillabaisse including using a bit of the broth from the recipe, but this would also be lovely to top on fish by itself.