Delicious and nutritious fish curry with coconut milk and greens
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- Mar 20, 2020
Swiss chard mixed into a recipe of fish curry with coconut milk creates not only a delicious and quick meal, but also a great source of nutrients to keep your immune system strong.
Adding leafy greens to this fish curry with coconut milk recipe not only makes it a powerhouse of nutrients, but also adds more flavor, color and texture. Are you looking for a colorful, creamy curry dish that is a cinch to make? Try this fancy and flavorful fish curry recipe which is ready to eat in about 35 minutes.
Enjoy leafy greens frequently. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend eating at least 1 1/2 cups of dark green vegetables per week. Dark-green vegetables, include all fresh, frozen, and canned dark-green leafy vegetables and cooked and raw broccoli.
Leafy greens are high in fiber and low in calories with about five to 40 calories per cup.
Leafy greens, whether kale, spinach, swiss chard, mustard, collard, or turnip greens are great sources of nutrients.
Not only can leafy greens help manage your weight, because they are fat-free, cholesterol free, low sodium, and high in fiber, they can also help decrease your risk of cancer and heart disease.
This recipe is made with Swiss chard; however, you can easily substitute baby spinach. Though cooking times may vary, try some of the other leafy greens, depending on what is in season.
Yield: 4 servings
Nutrition facts per serving (273 grams)
Calories: 255, 13g fat, 15g carbohydrate, 21g protein, 2.4g dietary fiber
Served with brown rice and extra chili garlic sauce in recipe photo (not included in recipe analysis).
A standard size can of coconut milk is about 14 fl oz - the amount called for in this recipe.
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Originally published on 25 April 2018 Updated: March 20, 2020Foods & Recipes->Fish & Seafood