Servings: three as a main dish; six as a side dish.
I made this with fresh tomatoes, corn, and basil. It is wonderful! Next time, I will sear some scallops or cook some shrimp to top it.
I made this exactly as written, with the exception that, like Kristikooks, I found that it needed closer to 5 cups of chicken stock. I used unsalted butter to saute the chopped shallot. This sings of summer flavor, especially if you are able to get freshly picked ears of corn, tomatoes and basil. This will become a regular rotation when appropriate produce is available.
Fabulous recipe but you may need a little more broth. Great way to combine the last of the good summer corn with a chilly September nights meal.
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