Greetings. I was an hour and fifteen minutes into the preparation of my "Easy 20-Minute" recipe when a thought occurred to me. Either I was the slowest chef on the planet or it wasn't really a 20-minute recipe. In either event, the idea of preparing a gourmet dinner in such a short amount of time was intriguing. The very notion that some culinary genius had taken all of the guesswork (and time) out of creating a simple yet sophisticated dinner masterpiece. Sure I longed to be an innovative and daring chef in my own right. But tonight I was oversubscribed and looking for a nearly instant "Wow!" And since it rarely takes longer than ten minutes for most family members to snarf down whatever I cook, why spend hours preparing?
When it was finally done, my Saffron Fish Stew With White Beans–courtesy of Cooking Light magazine–was a fantastic success…with praise following almost every spoonful. A delicious blend of flavors and textures with a nod to the exotic cuisines of the Middle East. And, a wonderful combination of their knowledge and my love of following and tweaking a great recipe. Fine dining made highly accessible even if it took a bit longer than promised.
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Cheers and bon appetite!
P.S. If you'd like the fish stew recipe click here.