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Old 01-13-2013, 09:43 PM   #1
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Default A hybrid soup with pron.

I made a hybrid soup kind of a combination gumbo and Mexican soup with a little asian mixed in.

Fish, shrimp, crab, onions, carrots, red peppers, spinach, bok choy, chile de arbol, guajillo chiles, rice wine vinegar, roux, homemade stock, garlic.

I think that is all that was in it.

Here it is. Only thing that really takes any time is the roux and making the chile sauce to add to it.

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Old 01-13-2013, 10:29 PM   #2
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Looks pretty tasty...
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Now that's a fusion recipe. Sounds tasty!
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I thought you had sausage in it, too, Jeff?
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Does look good!
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Looks great! I love any kind of soup this time of year.... but yours looks awesome!
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That does look tasty, nice soup/gumbo/stew
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I thought you had sausage in it, too, Jeff?
You are correct I did have sausage in it also. I used turkey but kielbasa would have been my first choice.
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You know a Phusion like this is waaaay up my alley!
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Thanks I live in a Hispanic neighborhood and combine Mexican ingredients with Asian all the time.

I think they blend very well together.
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Made this gumbo/soup/stew for dinner tonight. It got RAVES!!! Taking some to my parent's house tomorrow, too. I know they're going to love it as much as we did. Thanks, Jeff!!!
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Made this gumbo/soup/stew for dinner tonight. It got RAVES!!! Taking some to my parent's house tomorrow, too. I know they're going to love it as much as we did. Thanks, Jeff!!!
Glad you enjoyed it Tish!

Did you make it slightly hot with the chile sauce?
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My mom can't do hot, so I made it without. Harvard and I just added red pepper flakes to ours, and I have a feeling my dad will do the same. I also crisped up some thinly sliced onions and diced potatoes in a tablespoon of butter. Then deglazed the pan with a little cognac, and added it all to the soup. Lip smackin' good.
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Would you mind giving me a quick sequential breakdown of what you did when? Like, when do you add the veggies and chile sauce to the roux? Etc.

Sorry, I'm not well-versed in the world of soups or gumbos, but I really want to try this.
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