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Fish Stew

Rated as 3.5 out of 5 Stars
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"This is an easy fish stew popular in Eastern North Carolina that goes especially well with cornbread. The cracked egg over the top and the tomato soup are optional, but sure delicious in this stew!"
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Ingredients

45 m servings 339
Original recipe yields 4 servings

Directions

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  1. Place undrained mackerel, tomato soup (if using), potatoes, onion, and red pepper flakes in a medium stock pot. Add just enough water to cover.
  2. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, reduce to a simmer, and cook 30 minutes, or until potatoes are tender.
  3. Break the egg over the stew, if desired, and serve.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 339 calories; 7.3 40.9 27.2 118 394 Full nutrition

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Oh, I like this! It is just what I was hoping for. I made it exactly per recipe *except* I did not have non-condensed tomato soup so subbed regular condensed tomato soup. I will definitely keep ...

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I live in Eastern Carolina and many elements that are traditional are missing and affect the flavor. Bacon is a must and true fish stew is actually a stoup that is layered and simmered very slo...

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I live in Eastern Carolina and many elements that are traditional are missing and affect the flavor. Bacon is a must and true fish stew is actually a stoup that is layered and simmered very slo...

Oh, I like this! It is just what I was hoping for. I made it exactly per recipe *except* I did not have non-condensed tomato soup so subbed regular condensed tomato soup. I will definitely keep ...

I,too, think a few suggestions are in order. Pond-raised catfish for a start. Then, layer seasoned fish, onions, sweet peppers, minced garlic, plain flour, crushed tomatoes, and water. Cook o...

Very cheap meal. I like the egg with it and the canned mackerel is not bad at all. It could use a little more substance though.

I add a large can of diced tomatos, an egg per serving, more onion, more potatoes, more bacon and I also debone the canned mackerel. (Only add as many eggs that are going to be eaten in one meal...

I made this the other night for the shelter I cook at. It went over good. Since my items on hand were limited and had no potatos I used kidney beans. Mackerel is one of the things that have an a...

I love this fish stew. I added a small can of tomato sauce and a small bag of salad shrimp for flavor. Perfect for our cold rainy days here in east Tennessee. My grandchildren even love it. Tha...