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Friday, February 10, 2012

Salmon Fish Fry ~ Indian Style !

      I hesitate to share any non-veg recipe since most of my blogger friends were pure veg :) That's y you don't see any non veg recipes now-a-days. And also i don't make them often and every time i use to try my bookmarked recipes from other blogs n sites. I learned and tried some recipes from my dear friend Malar's Kitchen Tantra. And also we do not eat any non-veg items except chicken, but my kids n Mr.V like this Fish fry. I make it monthly once or once in two months. This time i managed to take some pictures to share it in my blog. Couldn't present you well as kids were in hurry n hungry to taste this yummy fry :) Mr.V  buy only Salmon fillets, its easy to clean and it doesn't have any thorns...so easy to feed and my kids really love this Salmon Fillets Fry a lot. You can use this fish fry recipe to make any fish fry. Its very simple and quick except the marination time. I always prefer homemade masala i don't use store bought chilli fish fry.  I add some corn flour to the masala for extra crispy and tasty fry.   Now to the recipe...


Ingredients
  1. Salmon Fillets    1 lb / 450 gms
  2. Ginger Garlic Paste    2 tsp
  3. Chilli Powder    1-2 tsp
  4. Coriander Powder    1 and 1/2 tsp
  5. Cumin Powder     1/2 tsp
  6. Corn Flour    1-2 tsp
  7. Thick Curd   1 tsp
  8. Salt    to taste
  9. Lemon juice    of  1/2 lemon
  10. Oil    to shallow fry
Method
  • Remove the scales n skin from Salmon fillets , cut in to small pieces and wash well and drain completely and keep aside.
  • Take a small bowl, add all the ingredients from gg paste to lemon, mix well and make it to a thick paste. Do not add water , mositure from ginger-garlic paste,curd n lemon juice itself enough.
  • Now take single piece dip in masala, apply all over , do repeat the same with all pieces one at a time .
  • Then cover the marinated salmon fillets with cling wrap and leave it for 2-3 hours.
  • After that, heat oil in a pan...when it gets really hot place 3-4 fillets at a time and fry in low medium heat until the bottom turns crisp n light brown.
  • Now turn the other side and cook until it turns crisp and cooked well.
  • Then remove from the pan, drain it in paper towel and serve Hot with lemon wedges and sliced onions.

Notes:
Instead of chilli and coriander powder you can also use kuzhambu milagai thool. That will also give fine taste n flavor.
Do not mix all pieces at a time, apply the masala to each piece separately so that it incorporates evenly and allow to marinate for at least 3 hours.

51 comments:

  1. The fish fry looks crispy and very tempting! Is this the first non-veg recipe that you are posting on Spicy Treats? I hope many more are to follow. :p ;)

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    1. Thanks Rathai fro your quick response...No i already shared few chicken recipes but by that time i don't have any frequent visitors and also i don't know more recipes will always try from other blogs only...sure will try to share some recipes soon :)

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    2. Yes, this is the first non-veg recipe I saw on Spicy Treats since I started to follow your blog. I was taken by surprise, in a pleasant way. :) But now I see that you have posted some more non-veg recipes earlier. The salmon fry looks perfectly made, wonderfully crispy on the outside and very succulent and juicy inside.

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  2. sangee..u know every sat i do this solmon fish fry...my hub n my son both r very crazy to this fish.......urs looks awesome dear......i too planing to post this soonly......perfectly made......i liked the last click

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    1. Thanks Maha, waiting for your Salmon Fry recipe :)

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  3. Wow!,luks delightfully inviting Curried Salmon Fry Dear.Yumm!.Luv ur recipes 2

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    1. Thank You Christy for stopping by n your lovely comment...

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  4. lovely fish recipe Sangee......it looks red hot spicy

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    1. It looks spicy but it was mild only...Thanks Khushi for stopping by, loved your baked soy chicken...Mmmmm..Yummy!! :)

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  5. We love salmon in my house.. I like your recipe will try soon. I came up with a salmon recipe (which is on my blog) long time back.. It's was such an instant hit that my kids ask for that kind of salmon. Do keep them coming, I sure gonna visit you. :o)

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    1. If u try don't forget share your feedback :) will check your salmon recipe n let me try yours next time :)

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  6. Looks damn inviting!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  7. yummy fish fry...its been a long time i saw a non veg recipe in ur blog

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    1. yeah Ramya...i rarely make n also i hesitate to share but hereafter will share for you Guys!

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  8. Hi Sangee, you have got a non vegetarian friend now :-) Oh this fish looks yummy...we eat a lot of fish and prefer fresh fish than those frozen blocks from desi groceries...also salmon is high in Omega 3 and fatty acids...will try your recipe soon :-) Have a lovely weekend :-)

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    1. Hey Suchi...thanks for those sweet words, Yep...we buy only Salmon for its loaded health benefits...do give a try n let me know h u liked it?!
      U too have a great weekend!

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  9. Salmon fish fry luks very pretty and yummy...its my fav fish

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  10. fish looks very crispy n spicy..luvly colour.....:)

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  11. Salmon looks super spicy and delicious... it is a must try recipe..:)
    Reva

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    1. Hi Reva...Happy to see U Here after a very long time...thanks for stopping by n glad that u liked it :)

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  12. yummy fish fry.....superbly donr

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  13. Fish fry looks fabulous... would have tasted awesome... bookmarking your recipe...

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  14. Sangee, being a vegetarian, can't really comment on the dish. Here for a different reason :) Happy to give you the Liebster Award Sangee :). do drop by my space to collect it! Here's the link
    Liebster Blog Award

    Sorry for the previous mess! there is a typo error! pls ignore that & accept this mess only :)

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    1. Thanks a ton Rasi for the award n for those lovley words...will share it here soon!

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  15. wow..fish fry looks so tempting..awesome recipe!!
    Kande Pohe

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  16. sangee dear..an award is is waiting 4 u in my space plz..accept it..............

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    1. Thanks Maha...will checkout that n post it here soon

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  17. Very delicious n yummy fry,irresisitible..Never tried adding corn flour,will try some time!!Erivum Puliyum

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    1. Addition of corn flour gives more crispness n tasty...try it next time when u make fish fry..ok?? :)

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    2. what is thick curd??

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  18. yummy fish fry..hey Sangee one award is waiting for u .Please pick it from my blog

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  19. Oh wow, blackened salmon fry! Mouthwatering!!

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  20. Did I read you saying you didn't present it well since you were in a hurry? thats so well presented n beautiful click Sangee :) I guess this is your first non-veg post after I started following you and I thought you are a veggie. My kids n H love salmon fry and I'm happy with this one fry bcse they don't have bones and eazy to feed kids ..

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  21. Loved the addition of corn starch for added crispness.Fish fry looks delicious.

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  22. Just the recipe of fish fry I was looking for dear,great recipe, thanks for sharing :)

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  23. Looks yummy..salmon is my fav fish.. Nice decoration too... :)

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  24. Salmon Fish Fry recipe is a really looking good and taste is very nice. This Fry recipe is very healthy and easy to make. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. Aha enaku idhu ipo venum :) Wow looks so yummilicious the color and texture...mmmm am loving it :)

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  26. it looks yummy, going to try :)soon
    thanks for sharing

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  27. Very good recipe and a nice picture too. and by H - do you mean your husband?. Why don't you replace it with the word Spouse if you are not comfortable using the word husband, it makes your post more readable. No offense intended, just an advice, so non-Indians can understand without much guesswork. Thanks.

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    1. Thanks for your suggestion, sure will took your words and use his initials in my posts :)

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