Ready in 45 minutes
This tasty stew is hardy fare for a cold evening. It's heart-health and Diabetic-friendly as well.
"I have been looking for an easy fish stew and i have to say this is the most easy and tasty soup ever! Did not blend. Chopped potatoes in half inch cubes. Boiled a lil longer. Used rotel onstead of salsa. Used red fish insteadcof tilipia. Cooked side of rice and cornbread. Simply delicious!"- majorcooking
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Place broth, beer, garlic, celery, and carrots on a large pan. Simmer until veggies are mostly tender (about 10 minutes). Add potato, tomato, salsa, and cook unti potatoes are soft (another 10 minutes). Blend 3/4 of the soup until smooth, season with salt & pepper, add lime juice to taste. Return to pan and re-heat to low boil.
Add fish cubes and cook just until fish is cooked through (about 5 mins).
Serve with garlic toast or croutons.
Each (app 1 cup) serving (exclusive of bread) contains an estimated:
Cals: 138, FatCals: 40, TotFat: 5g
SatFat: 1g, PolyFat: 1g, MonoFat: 3g
Chol: 27mg, Na: 392mg, K: 565mg
TotCarbs: 11g, Fiber: 2g, Sugars: 3g
NetCarbs: 9g, Protein: 11g
For a more "rustic" version omit the step with the blender.
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majorcooking 4 months agoI have been looking for an easy fish stew and i have to say this is the most easy and tasty soup ever! Did not blend. Chopped potatoes in half inch cubes. Boiled a lil longer. Used rotel onstead of salsa. Used red fish insteadcof tilipia. Cooked side of rice and cornbread. Simply delicious!
jennq78 2 years agoI threw this together so I didn't have potatoes. I will probably cook double next time because it was a little less than I thought. Rotel is great to use for the salsa. I also added shrimp. Spicy, but very tasty!
kstanley 3 years agoThis was very tasty. I only blended 1/4 of the soup mixture. This might serve 8 as a side to a meal but 4 if used a main course.
Christina6 3 years agoI'm always afraid to cook fish...but this was easy...and so delicious!! I will make it again and again.
JMBosque 4 years agoReads like a Tropical (Caribbean) fish soup recipe (which are always delightful). I think I'll try it with bass.
singmoma 4 years agoWhat other fish have you tried this with and liked it? I think I only have salmon in the house but would like to try. I will respond myself after my own experiment. Glad to hear many of you liked it w/o using the blender. Makes it that much easier.
shericeramirez 4 years agoI left it chunky and left out the hot sauce for my kids and just added it in after the fact for my own serving. My kids didn't like it but I did. I froze the leftovers with white rice in individual servings and can reheat anytime for a quick healthy meal.
chatbizarre 4 years agoVery nice soup. My only quibble is with the quantity. 'Serves 8'? Eight what? Elves? But very tasty.
Bmartinez81 4 years agoLoved this soup. The beer does definitely give it a good flavor. This is now my fav soup!!!
jamie38 4 years agoThis was really good. I made it with the blender and without and definitely preferred without. It was an easy recipe and surprisingly filling. I also added some shrimp, cayenne, hot sauce (I like it really spicy, and fresh parsley. Next time I might try it with a little rice too.
dumontf 5 years agothis was savory and a nice change from the typical chicken broth-based soup. It would have been even easier with an immersion blender
bholland 6 years agoBasic recipe is very good, but we like it better with more hotsauce. Very nice, very easy!
atscott 6 years agoDoesn't look great, but taste was good.
Heatherina 7 years agoDelicious and quite spicy. The recipe reminded me of my favorite Korean soups, so we decided to serve it Korean-style with a side of rice. Excellent choice! I'm sure it's tasty with bread too, but the rice is an excellent compliment and the combo makes for a filling complete meal.
promfh 7 years agoFor a more 'rustic' version omit the step with the blender. [I posted this recipe.]