Bouillabaisse

Bouillabaisse

| Pronunciation: boo-yuh-bes |

This rich seafood stew, originally from southeastern France, is often served with thickly sliced white bread. Learn more about bouillabaisse.

What is bouillabaisse?

A one-pot seafood dish originating from Provence and made up of fresh fish which stew in a rich vegetable, wine, garlic and saffron broth. It is traditionally served poured over thick slices of fresh white bread.

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