Serves 4

Ingredients for Cioppino

2 oz Garlic, sliced or crushed (your choice)
8 oz Fish, diced (firm texture, like swordfish)
12 small Clams (manila or button) rinsed & cleaned
12 Mussels, rinsed & cleaned
8 Shrimp, 16/20
8 small Scallops, (10/20)
4 oz Calamari, cleaned & sliced
1 cup White Wine
6 oz Tomato Sauce (prepared store-bought is fine)
½ cup White Onions, julienne cut & sautéed
1 cup Red Potato, cut into cubes & boiled
2 oz Parsley, chopped
8 oz Shellfish Stock
1 loaf Baguette
Salt & Pepper, to taste

Method for Cioppino

• In a large stock pot, sauté the fish and garlic with olive oil to coat.
• Sear the fish on all sides, and then add the shrimp and scallops. Sautée briefly (2-3 minutes).
• Add the mussels, clams, and calamari.
• Add the white wine, and let the alcohol cook out.
• Once the white wine has reduced to half, add the tomato sauce; adjust the consistency by adding the stock to it (you might not need all the stock).
• Add the diced red potato.
• Season the dish as you go, layering in salt and pepper.
• Add the onions, reduce to gentle simmer.
• Cut baguette into large pieces (for dipping).
• Finish this dish with the parsley.
• Serve in a large pasta bowl.

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