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Fish in Crazy Water

For a healthful, no-fail way to cook fish, poaching is the way to go. It’s a simple, reliable technique to incorporate subtle yet complex flavor into fish and this Fish in Crazy Water is proof.

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If cod is unavailable, red snapper, halibut, sole, flounder, tilapia, grouper, and mahi mahi are all fine substitutes.

Instructions

Cook carrot, fennel bulb, and garlic in oil in a sauté pan over medium heat until browned, 5 minutes. Add tomatoes, water, wine, olives, capers, zest, lemon juice, salt, and pepper flakes; simmer until reduced by half, 10 minutes.

Add cod, cover pan, and poach over low heat until firm, 8–10 minutes. Transfer cod to shallow serving bowls. Pour crazy water over servings and top with fennel fronds.

Cut stalks from the fennel bulb. Trim root end from bulb, then halve bulb and core it before dicing.

Cut stalks from the fennel bulb. Trim root end from bulb, then halve bulb and core it before dicing.

Use a good bottle of wine — one that you can also serve. Reducing the mixture intensifies the flavors.

Use a good bottle of wine — one that you can also serve. Reducing the mixture intensifies the flavors.

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