1/2 cup prawns, cooked, shelled, veins removed, chopped 1/2 cup lean white fish, skin and bones removed 2!6 cups water
Place all the ingredients in 1/2 Cover.
Microwave on high for 10
2 medium potatoes, peeled, chopped finely 1 onion, peeled, chopped
1 1/2 cloves garlic, chopped medium-sized, deep, microwave-safe dish minutes
Stir two to three times during Cooking. Allow to stand for 1/2 further 4 to
Place into 1/2 processor and process, using the cutting blade, until smooth. Return to the dish. Do not cover.
Microwave on medium high for 4 minutes Stir two times during cooking.
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