For the fish, I had a few fillets of tilapia and a large swai fillet that I took out of the freezer the day before, and in those went. Mild white fish is definitely the way to go here, it paired perfectly with the broth made slightly creamy from the addition of coconut milk.
You may notice the obvious crazy yellow color of my broth. That comes from the addition of turmeric in my homemade curry powder. I've been adding turmeric to as many dishes as I can lately, since it aids in digestion, helps reduce the accumulation of toxins in your gut, and has anti-inflammatory properties (plus a whole lot more). Plus, it's bright and sunny, and just makes me happy. Check out more recipes using this superfood in my 100 Turmeric Recipes roundup!
If you're looking for more quick and healthy seafood options, you should check out this Blackened Tilapia w/ Quick Collard Greens recipe, this Salmon and Cucumber "Noodle" Salad, and this Salmon BLT (one of my favorites). And if you're looking for more healthy soup options, check out the options listed below the recipe from the other Saturday Soup Swappers!
More healthier soup recipes from the Saturday #SoupSwappers, a group of bloggers swapping soup recipes on the third Saturday of every month, led by Wendy of A Day in the Life on the Farm: