Easy Seafood Pot

Looking for an easy alternative to a traditional seafood boil? Need a simple recipe that works for both fresh or frozen seafood?

If so, you need to see my Easy Seafood Pot recipe in episode 108 of POV Italian Cooking

Recipe By: POV Italian Cooking (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/408)
Serves 4

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Easy Seafood Pot

Looking for an easy alternative to a traditional seafood boil? Need a simple recipe that works for both fresh or frozen seafood?

If so, you need to see my Easy Seafood Pot recipe in episode 108 of POV Italian Cooking

Recipe By: POV Italian Cooking (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/408)

Serves 4

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Easy Seafood Pot

Recipe ID :2920 Posted on 23 NOV 2018

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Looking for an easy alternative to a traditional seafood boil? Need a simple recipe that works for both fresh or frozen seafood?

If so, you need to see my Easy Seafood Pot recipe in episode 108 of POV Italian Cooking

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