Spanish Influenced Fish Stew – The Quick And Easy Way

We all need a dish every so often that steers us away from the everyday norm and takes us back to happy, holiday times.

This is the dish that does it for me and I really want to share it. It’s obscenely easy to make and tastes delicious.

Ingredients:

12oz peeled potatoes – chopped

6oz Chirizo Sausage

350g jar roasted peppers – oil kept

2 cloves of garlic – finely chopped

2 small onions chopped into chunks

175ml dry white wine

300g passata

25g pitted black olives – halved

250g Cod fillets – cut into cubes

Salt and pepper to season

Method:

Preheat the oven to 170•C (150•C Fan), gas Mark 3.

Put all of the ingredients, except for the cod, into a large casserole dish. Tip in 2tbsp of oil from the jar of roasted peppers. Stir and place into the oven for 45 minutes.

Check on it a couple a times and loosen with water if the sauce becomes too thick.

After 45 minutes, add the cod and olives and place back into the oven.

Once cod is opaque and completely cooked through, remove from oven and plate up. I added chopped up fresh coriander on top of mine.

This is so tasty – here at Mums in Real Life, we are always after helpful tips? What’s your fish stew secret? Please do share 👍🏻

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