Monday, August 8, 2011

Shrimp and Sausage Cioppino

Doesn't look that good, but it's super delicious
This recipe belong to Giada on Food Network. It's rare to see elaborate recipes that is this hypoallergenic and paleo-friendly.  Not every Food Network recipes work out but this one does, and it's super delicious.

The only uncommon ingredients is the spicy turkey sausages, which I found at Oyama at Granville Island.  Four sausages are about 12 dollars, and twelve pawns is another 15 dollars.  It yields 4 servings and takes half an hours to prepare.   I cheated and used dried herbs instead of fresh ones (hence the ugly black color), but it tastes just as delicious.  I cheated again with the chicken broth by using water, worked out fine as well. I am sure you can get away using frozen shrimp too.  The soup tastes even better the next day.

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