Red snapper is a thin white fish with red skin, it has subtle yet delicious flavor. You can find it in almost every fresh fish store. If you can’t find it feel free to use denise, pollock, tilapia or any other thin filet fish. Just be sure the fish is fresh to optimize flavor and non-fishyness.
This soup is so hearty and great if you are having a crowd on a cold day. I put regular dried black beans in and they were fully cooked within 2 hours.
If you have chicken stock in your freezer or available you can use that instead of the turkey legs and the soup will be ready within ½ an hour (if you cut your cauliflower small enough) The trick to cutting cauliflower is to cut it in half first, then cut off the leaves and cut out the core. Then slice it and chop it over again.
If you have a cast iron skillet or Dutch oven or saute pan that goes into the oven, skip the baking dish step and then it will be a one pan wonder!
This soup is fragrant, unique and incredibly delicious. Serve it with a side of rustic bread or rice noodles. (Soak the rice noodles in the boiling liquid from the soup for maximum flavor!