Rice soup with canned fish

To everyone's surprise, canned fish soup with rice turns out to be very tasty and nutritious. A great alternative to fish soup when there is no fresh fish at hand. The main thing is that the dish is prepared quickly and easily. This is a great way to keep your family at a low price and diversify their diet.

Most first courses with a specific name come in many varieties. So is rice soup, the variety of which is tens, if not hundreds, each of which is noticeably different from each other in the method and variant of preparation. Today, let's take a closer look at the option of rice soup with canned fish and vegetables.

Canned Rice Soup - Recipe Step by Step

Prepare all the necessary foods that you may need in the cooking process.

Boil meat broth on the bones, add potatoes, cut into small cubes, to it.

While the potatoes are boiling, lightly fry finely chopped onions, grated carrots and bell peppers in a pan with butter.

Transfer the sautéed vegetables to the broth, bring to a boil and continue cooking for another 30 minutes, over low heat.

Sort the rice, rinse in cold water and add to the soup. Boil the rice over low heat until half cooked, for 15 minutes.

Drain the oil from the canned food, separate any bones and place the fish in the cooking vegetable broth.

Then add bay leaves, salt, pepper, sweet paprika, herbal mix and chopped herbs. Stir, bring to a boil and turn off heat.

Pour canned fish rice soup into portioned saucers, serve hot, with lemon, garlic and homemade rye bread.

Vegetable soup with rice and meat

As a substitute for canned fish and seafood, you can make regular meat soup with rice and vegetables. Trust me, this is a great alternative to our recipe and one of the best ways to diversify your menu.