Ingredients

How to make it

  • Heat oil, add fennel, shallots and some salt, cook until vegs are soft. Add garlic & red pepper flakes, saute a few minutes. Add tomato paste, tomatoes with juice, wine, clam juice, water, bay leaf & basil. Cover & simmer about 30 minutes.
  • Add clams & mussels. Cover & cook until they begin to open, just a few minutes. Add shrimp, fish & crab legs, simmer gently until fish is cooked through and the clams & mussels are open. Cook a few minutes longer. Discard any clams or mussels that do not open. Remove bay leaf, add parsley, check for seasonings and add a little salt & pepper if needed.. Serve with crusty bread & enjoy!!
  • 12/24/2013 Note: Feel free to use any of your favorite seafood... scallops etc.

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    " It was excellent "
    chuckieb ate it and said...
    This is an AHMAZING recipe! I am so proud of myself for attempting it and I was sooooo pleased with the result. I've never made anything like this before. The broth is top notch. I didn't need to add any more liquid than what was called for. I used mussels, crab claws, haddock, shrimp and scallops. This could be served in a Four Star restaurant. It's THAT good! Thanks so much Marie (and Rick!) :) for sharing!
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  • mrsvegan 3 years ago
    This sounds so good! I first tried cioppino many years ago while living in SF bay area & absolutely loved it! Now, if I could only figure out a way to make this "vegan".....:-) Thanks, Marie
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  • elgourmand 3 years ago
    Lovely dish Marie. I love Cioppino and this looks a good one. Thanks. RJ
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  • mark555 3 years ago
    Big fan of Cioppino order it every chance I get. looks fantastic,
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  • gourmetana 3 years ago
    Wow! This looks and sounds amazing! We have a traditional dish in Portugal very similar to this that is called fishermen's stew. Great post, thank you for sharing!
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  • blondeberry 3 years ago
    sounds fabulous:

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  • luisascatering 3 years ago
    I love that there is fennel in the broth! This ciopinno sounds perfect :-)
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  • sparow64 3 years ago
    Looks awesome!!
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  • pleclare 3 years ago
    Wonderful.Hubby loves cioppino and so do I
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