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.
- Pour 0.5 liters of water into a saucepan and put on the stove.
- 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).
- 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.
- 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.