Healthy-Hardy Fish Stew

Healthy-Hardy Fish Stew

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

Top-ranked recipe named "Healthy-Hardy Fish Stew"

4.5 avg, 15 review(s) 93% would make again

Ingredients

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2 cups Chicken broth
1 cup Beer; - or extra broth
4 cloves garlic; - crushed
1/2 cup Celery; - chopped
1/2 cup Carrots; - shredded
3 medium Plum Tomatoes; - diced
1 medium Potato; - shredded
1/4 cup Chile salsa; - as hot as you like
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt; - to taste
1/2 teaspoon Black pepper; - to taste
1/4 cup lime juice; - to taste
1 pound Tilapia filets; - cubed

Original recipe makes 8

Servings  

Preparation

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

Notes

For a more "rustic" version omit the step with the blender.

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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 6 months ago
I 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!
jennq78 2 years ago
This 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.
kstanley 3 years ago
I'm always afraid to cook fish...but this was easy...and so delicious!! I will make it again and again.
Christina6 3 years ago
Reads like a Tropical (Caribbean) fish soup recipe (which are always delightful). I think I'll try it with bass.
JMBosque 4 years ago
What 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.
singmoma 4 years ago
I 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.
shericeramirez 4 years ago
Very nice soup. My only quibble is with the quantity. 'Serves 8'? Eight what? Elves? But very tasty.
chatbizarre 4 years ago
Loved this soup. The beer does definitely give it a good flavor. This is now my fav soup!!!
Bmartinez81 4 years ago
This 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.
jamie38 4 years ago
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