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Fish Kale Stew Recipe

Posted on 22nd of June, 2011 by Lévana


Fish kale stew with kabocha and seaweed: It doesn’t get healthier than this!  My fish kale stew goes a long way towards illustrating my philosophy of food in nutrition in full: Start out with serious ingredients, and end up with fun, nutritious and delicious dishes!

This fish kale stew is a complete meal in one pot. Macrobiotic food lovers will enjoy this no end as well. The green tea imparts a clean taste and added nutrition. You might decide to forgo the fish for an all-vegetarian meal, with no loss whatsoever of flavor or nutrition. Likewise, no problem if you do not have all the ingredients on hand for this fish kale stew: It has plenty going for it even with a couple ingredients omitted!


¼ cup toasted sesame oil

2 tablespoons olive oil

4 leeks, sliced

4 large cloves garlic

3 ribs celery, peeled

2 inch piece fresh ginger, peeled

2 tablespoons curry powder

1 teaspoon turmeric

½ medium kabocha squash, unpeeled, seeded and cut in inch cubes (use a hammer)

¼ cup hijiki (or other seaweed: wakame, arame, etc….)

1 bunch kale, stems and all, thinly sliced

3 pounds salmon fillet, cut in slivers or cubes

3 cups strong green tea, decaf OK

6 scallions, sliced thinly

6 sprigs cilantro, stems cut off, minced


Heat the oils in a wide heavy pot. In a food processor, mince the leeks, garlic and ginger, using the pulse button. Add the mixture to the skillet, and sauté for 2 to 3 minutes. Add the curry and turmeric and sauté just a few seconds more. Add the squash, seaweed, kale, salmon, tea, and water and bring to a boil. Reduce the flame to medium and cook covered for 30 minutes. Add all remaining ingredients and toss, cooking 1 to 2 more minutes, just until heated through. Transfer to a platter and serve hot, alone or with rice or noodles.

Makes 8 servings.

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  1. David, on Said:

    What a wonderful recipe! I cannot wait to make it for Shabbos. I plan to ad few more see vegetables as well. The green tea addition is genius idea!

    Do you have more Asian, healthy recipes like this one?

    Thank you and have a gut Shabos!
    David B.