This Mediterranean fish stew recipe that I found on Antics of a Cycling Cook has been on my to try list for a while. With the new year here I have been trying to eat a bit healthier and this dish fit perfectly into that paradigm. This stew is essentially just a simple tomato based stew with fish in it. In fact the tomato base of this stew is very similar to the tomato sauce in the shrimp linguine in a tomato sauce that I recently made. You can pretty much throw whatever vegetables that you wan into the tomato base and you could easily replace the white fish with any other type of seafood. I went with adding some fennel and red peppers to the tomato base and I had my heart set on some nice meaty halibut for the fish, though you could use pretty any white fish. The fish stew came together nice an quickly and easily and it turned out great! The tomato sauce was nice light and full of flavour and you really can't go wrong with halibut! All of the fresh herbs really did it for me in this sauce. I served the fish stew garnished with some feta and a side of crusty bread so soak up all of the tasty sauce.
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