Simple fish soup with broccoli.

This lightweight fish soup with salmon, pangasius and broccoli is great for good nutrition. It contains a lot of protein and healthy fish oil (containing valuable Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids), it turns out to be very low-calorie, and also cooks very quickly, which is good news. In general, I strongly advise you to try this recipe.

For cooking you will need (per 1 serving):

salmon (chum, salmon, trout, etc.) – 70 g.
pangasius (or other white fish without a strong specific “fish” smell) – 70 g.
broccoli – 35 g.
carrots – 25 g.
leek, its light part – 25 g.
olive oil – 3 g.
salt, pepper and herbs to taste.

Cooking

  1. Pour 0.5 liters of water into a saucepan and put on the stove.
  2. We cut the fish in small pieces (about 1 cm) – so that it boils faster, carrots – into 0.5 cm cubes, divide the broccoli into inflorescences and also cut into small pieces, cut the leek into half rings (the leek can be replaced with ordinary onions).
  3. When the water boils, we throw the carrots into the casserole, add onions and broccoli in a minute, add a little oil, add salt, pepper to taste and cook for another 2 minutes.
  4. We put fish in our soup, cook over medium heat for another 3-4 minutes.
    That’s all, wonderful fish pp soup is ready. You can decorate with herbs and serve!

Calorie content per serving:

calories – 203 kcal
proteins – 23.7 g
carbohydrates – 5.9 g.
fats – 8.5 g.

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36 thoughts on “Simple fish soup with broccoli.”

  1. I shall try this at the weekend,
    perhaps Sunday –
    when I finish work early.
    I love salmon and I love broccoli.

    Thank you.

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        I live in France near Paris.

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      4. French is a very beautiful and rich language but on a social level, France has deteriorated considerably. Personally, I hope to be able to move to Canada (British Columbia) and yet I was born in France.

        To visit France, there is no problem but to live there, that’s no longer it.

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        Sorry but since I am not doing very well in English, I use Google Translate. I hope the translations are fairly accurate.

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      7. I understand a little and read English but to speak it is very very slow. I have to think about it.

      8. Well, I was learning Greek (did not finish, had to go here), Polish, Spanish, pity I do not use them much and started to forget. I love languages

      9. In my opinion, you have all the capacities to achieve it. Sorry if I do not answer immediately but I am preparing another article which speaks among others of the number 7.

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