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I cannot tell you how excited I am about this post today. I am not even sure if it's more so about this amazing soup that I made. Or is it this amazing pot from Revol that I used to make this amazing soup.
This Caribbean seafood soup is ram packed with flavor and as much seafood that you can think of. Smooth, creamy, and spicy it makes a great soup for a weeknight dinner.
Making this soup in this Revol Revolution 2 Ceramic Cookware Induction really made this experience amazing.
This dutch oven pot is made of high performing porcelain and can be used on the stove top, oven and in the microwave. The strong ceramic that makes the base of this pot is so smooth and it is 100% food save. No chemicals or toxins are released into your food when cooking. I've made multiple dishes in this pot since I've gotten it, from this soup with it's strong flavors, to bread pudding and I have not had to worry about the flavors of the last dish affecting the flavor of the next.
This is not a heavy dutch pot either. I have another dutch pot, I need to use two hands and bent knees to lift out. This one is not too heavy and does not require me to season it. And to date, I have not seen a scratch on it
So this was the perfect dish to get my soup up and ready.
I used all the types of seafood I love in here: baby blue crabs, mussels, clams, and shrimp. I also wanted to add some conch but boy, have you seen the price of conch in the markets? My gosh.
I used all raw seafood here and cooked before I combined them with the broth, but feel free to use those seafood mixes. I don't especially like them. Well, honestly, I just really do not like "fake crab meat". Like, what is that really? What are you using to dupe crab meat? I dunnooooo.
This soup comes together quickly so I do suggest making sure everything is prepped and ready to go. If you plan make your own coconut milk which always tastes better than those canned ones, you probably can make that the day before if possible.
Revol also has these amazing serving dishes. It took me a minute to decide on what I wanted on their site. I decided on the Equinoxe line oval serving dish and the bowl ceramic. The material of this line is again ceramic and both of these can serve both warm and cold items. Annnd they also are oven microwave and dishwasher safe. I love dishes that I don't have to worry too much if I can use it here or use it there.
The main concept of this soup is to blend all the flavors of the items together. Using a pot that is induction based ensures that heat is evenly distributed and makes cooking faster.
And I know we all want to get this soup as quickly as possible.
I paired this with some sweet honey bread rounds and sour cream (optional).
And this feast was an amazing one.
Sorry I couldn't wait until the shoot was over.
This was really delicious. And it freezes well. Just be careful of what you're putting it into with those crab legs. They can poke a hole in your ziploc bag I heard.. hehe.
I wish Revol made freezer pots.. haha.
I really do like their products. I mentioned that I used it not just for this soup, but for a few other dishes, one of which I'm going to share later this week and it really shows the versatility of their cookware. It has become a staple in the short time it has been introduced into my kitchen, replacing one of my deeper pots that even though it is listed as "non stick", it sticks, burns and does not give me even cooking.
So if you are on the market for a good dutch pot, or other ceramic cookware then take a visit to Revol and look at their amazing products. And they just might have a little goody there for you too.
yield: Serves 6 - 8
Caribbean Seafood Soup
A delicious soup packed with crab, shrimp, mussels, scallops and dumplings. Ram packed with flavor, this Caribbean soup is the perfect supper for a hungry crowd.
prep time: 20 MINScook time: 50 MINStotal time: 70 mins
For Soup Broth
- 2 cups cubed potatoes
- 1 cup cubed yam
- 1 1/2 cups cubed carrots
- 2 cups coconut milk
- 1 scotch bonnet pepper
- 3 1/2 cups of water
- 2 cups all purpose flour
- A pinch of salt
- Water as needed
- 1 small onion, chopped
- 1/2 cup chopped scallion
- 1/4 cup chopped culantro
- 1/4 cup chopped cilantro
- 1/2 green bell pepper, chopped
- 1 small can tomato paste
- 1/2 lb raw crab legs (or precooked crab legs)
- Approx 2 cups mixed seafood (clams, shrimp, mussels, lobster)
- 2 tablespoons coconut oil
- 1/2 cup water
- In a heavy bottom , deep dutch pot bring water to boil
- Add carrots, potatoes, and yam to boil (make sure water is covering vegetables (While vegetables are boiling start seafood section)
- While adding seafood to broth, stir well
- Add coconut milk and thyme and stir
- If using cooked crab legs, add to dish
- Leave to simmer for 5 minutes (while simmering make dumplings)
- Add dumplings, scotch bonnet pepper and pumpkin to the dish
- Add salt, and pepper to taste
- Simmer for another 10 minutes
- Serve with bread and sour cream
- If using raw crab legs: Season crab legs with green seasoning and cover in a pot with water and boil for 10 minutes.
- In a separate pot add coconut oil and saute onions, scallions, cilantro and culantro on high for about 2 mintues
- Add seafood mix to pot and saute another 4 minutes (make sure you stir often)
- Add tomato paste and water
- Add boiled crab to pot
- Lower heat to medium and cook for 5 (no more than 7) minutes
- Add cooked seafood to broth (Broth step 3)
- In a medium bowl, combine flour and salt
- Add enough water to make a smooth ball (add a little at a time)
- Once ball is formed, break off pieces of flour mixture and roll into dumplings
- Add dumplings to broth and seafood pot (Broth step 7)
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