Court Bouillon (pronounced "coor boo-YONE") is a flavorful, aromatic liquid used for poaching fish and shellfish. The simplest court bouillon consists of nothing but salted water, and some traditional recipes call for a mixture of half salted water, half milk.
This court bouillon recipe
uses a mix of aromatics, spices and acid, which will give the best results when poaching most kinds of fish and shellfish.
Here's some more info about how to poach fish
. And for some sauce ideas, here's a list of sauces for fish and seafood
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