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    Default Seafood Courtbullion

    2 Cans Rotel (I use mild just as to have a little more control over the heat)
    1 can Tomato Sauce
    1 Small can Tomato Paste
    2 Large Onions Chopped (More of Less if you like or dont like)
    8 Cloves of Garlic Chopped (more or less if you like or dont like)
    2 Small Cleaned Gumbo Crabs (just for flavor)
    2 Tablespoons of Roux
    A little bit of Olive Oil

    I use all kind of seafood when I make this. I usually put 3-4 lbs of seafood in it, I have used Shrimp, Scallops, Lump Crab Meat and just about any kind of fish you could think of.


    In a black iron pot (Magnalite or any pot with a good thick bottom) put a little bit of olive oil and turn on Med High. When oil gets hot add onions and garlic (you can add a bell pepper or celery if you like this. Im not a fan of either) and brown, While onions are browning drain the water out of the Rotel. When the onions get brown add the Rotel to the pot and cook it down till it just starts sticking a little bit and all the liquid is gone. Add the tomato sauce and tomato paste and stir in. Add about 48 oz of water and stir in,(if your using fresh shrimp save the shells and boil the **** out of em and use that water after straining the shells out) then add the crabs. (I break them in half) Bring to boil and add roux and seasoning of your choice (I use Tonys or somehting like that) Let cook for about 1-1/2 to 2 hours stiring regularly. Add your seafood of choice (if its fish try to not stir it to much as it will break the fish up. Just pick the pot up and rotate it right to left to stir) cook till fish or seafood is done. Usually about 20 or 30 mins.

    Serve over rice.

    Serves 4-6



    Hope yall enjoy and BTW Redfish is FANTASTIC like this

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    I will have tio try this one Brads,sounds good!
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    Its fantastic -- has to be one of my favorite dishes to make

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    Thanks it sounds scrumpcious.
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    I love food cooked in a big pot

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    I Second that I love food in a big pot.

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    Moonpie has the best recipe.. I love it.

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    That sounds very good!
    Moonpie's is very good too.
    Hell,....all seafood sounds good to me.

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