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Set a mound of white or brown rice into the broth with the fish.
This is SOO good. I had never poached fish before, and was worried how it would taste. I followed the recipe exactly as written and this is amazing. I add a scoop of cooked rice to the bowl before putting the fish in and serve it with roasted asparagus.
Very good. Using Sriracha instead of Tabasco, I added more to make it pleasantly spicy.
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Excellent recipe, one of my family's favorite. I make it with sea bass, and roast fish separately in the oven instead of poaching it. Then pour broth over it and serve.
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