On the Fly: Masala Salmon Fry

Curry Salmon Fry

Somedays I get off work surviving on a Tim Horton’s lunch, thinking today could be one of those days I can cook and eat something before I run out of energy. That’s when I fall back on one of my “on the fly” recipes like the Masala Salmon Fry. Lack of ingredients doesn’t hold me back, because as long as I have salmon, garlic, ginger, salt, oil and lemon I know I’ll have a tasty meal. This salmon fry goes well with leftover rice and vegetables or even in a sandwich.

Masala Salmon Fry
6 cloves of garlic
2 cm piece of fresh ginger
2 green chilies
a bunch of fresh coriander
1 egg
½ tsp garam masala powder
2 tsp coriander powder
¼ tsp turmeric powder
salt to taste

2 x 170–225 g salmon fillets
vegetable oil to shallow fry
1 lemon

Scale the fillets and cut each fillet into 4 pieces. Blend marinate ingredients in a food processor. Rub marinate all over the fish and let it sit for half an hour. Heat a frying pan; once it’s hot, add vegetable oil and cook salmon for 5 minutes on each side. Squeeze lemon over the cooked fish to finish it up.

3 thoughts on “On the Fly: Masala Salmon Fry”

  1. looks and sounds delicious! and super easy…definitely gonna try it. Plz add more quick and easy recipes like these.

    P.S. gorgeous pics…marry the photographer!

  2. Exactly what I need when Rony wants something on the go. This website is going to be an excellent tool for someone like me who after cooking an item can’t remember the recipe when wanting to cook it next time.

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