The Crock Pot Caveman finds more of a challenge (but not much more) with an easy Crock Pot fish recipe

After walking me through a number of easy crock pot recipes, my wife decided that it was time for me to experience a slow cooker recipe with a few more variables involved.

Oh boy.

She informed me that this time around we were going to try out an easy (enough) crock pot fish recipe. Well, it turns out that this recipe required a few more ingredients and a little more effort but in the end it was well worth it.  You will notice when you look over the ingredients list that there are a number of things to add but despite that you will see that it is not really too much trouble.  So let’s take a gander at what we used with this crock pot fish recipe:

“The Ingredients”:

  • * Two cans of shrimp (about 5 ounces each drained)
  • *Two cans of tuna (about 7 ounces each – flaked)
  • *Two cans of crab meat (about 7 ounces each) – pick over the contents of the cans to remove any remaining cartilage
  • *One can of chopped pimientos (4 ounces drained)
  • *1/3 cup of minced fresh parsley
  • *Three cups of instant rice, uncooked
  • *Two cans of condensed cream of mushroom soup
  • *Three cups of water
  • *One-half cup of dry white wine
  • *One-quarter cup of onion (chopped)
  • *Two teaspoons of dill weed
  • *One-half a teaspoon of paprika
  • *One-half a teaspoon of Tabasco sauce

My Wife was not kidding when she told me that this crock pot fish recipe is not too difficult to prepare despite the longer list of ingredients included.  First off, you need to place the first six of the listed ingredients in to your Crock Pot slow cooker.  Second, you need to combine the cream of mushroom soup with the water, wine, onion, dill weed, paprika and the Tabasco sauce. Now you have to pour that mixture over the rice and seafood mixture in your Crock Pot.  Stir all of these combined ingredients gently to make sure that they are all well-blended together. Now you need to cover and cook your combined ingredients on the low setting for between 3 to 4 hours. After that you are all done and will be free to enjoy your newly prepared – and easy Crock Pot fish recipe.  I hope that you are able to enjoy this recipe as much as this kitchen caveman did!

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