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It seems like Dad is always the last to catch a fish, the last to limit, etc...and...
Here's a great warm treat for those cold fall and winter days, and a great way to use some of that Alaska Halibut or Cod you might have caught last summer. When you run out, you can substitute with big Bay shrimp and any good, white fish. Enjoy!
• Two pounds cubed halibut (approximately ½ inch by ½ inch cubes)
• 1 small can clams (reserve half of the juice)
• 1 cup diced celery
• 1 cup diced onion
• Vegetable oil
• 2 cups chicken stock
• 2 cups heavy cream
• 2 teaspoons dill
• 2 cups diced red potatoes
• Salt –to taste
• Pepper-to taste
• ¼ cup cook diced bacon (optional)
• 1 cup cooked, drained spinach (optional)
1. Heat heavy stock pot to medium heat.
2. Add ¼ cup vegetable oil.
3. Add diced onions and celery. Cook until soft and tender approximately 5 minutes.
4. Add chicken stock, potatoes, and dill. Bring to a slight boil. Reduce heat.
5. Add cream and salt/pepper to taste. Bring to simmer.
6. Add (optional spinach and bacon)
7. Add halibut to soup and continue to simmer for approximately three minutes.
8. Empty can of clams into soup. Let sit two to five minutes and enjoy.
This is the perfect winter time treat to help you remember alaska and use some of that great Halibut you may have brought home! Enjoy!