Introduction of Salmon Before we jump into the recipe, let’s talk a bit about Salmon. Did you know? Salmon is one of the most popular
Super easy Salmon Fish curry
Introduction of Salmon
Before we jump into the recipe, let’s talk a bit about Salmon. Did you know? Salmon is one of the most popular seafood species in the world, with a commercial value of $688 million in 2017. The omega-3 fatty acids in the fish are prized for their health benefits. It is a great source of protein, high in B vitamins, loaded with selenium and potassium, reduces the risk of heart, wards off inflammation, protects the brain health, etc.
There are six different types of commercially available salmons namely King/Chinook, Sockeye/Red, Coho/Silver, Pink/Humpback, Chum/Silverbrite, and Atlantic/Salmo Salar.
Wild vs. Farmed Salmon
Salmon captured in natural habitats such as oceans, rivers, and lakes are known as wild salmon. However, farmed salmon makes up a large portion of the salmon sold now around the world. To grow larger fish, fish farms use a method known as aquaculture, in which fish are fed a processed meal high in fat and protein.
Now Lets jump to the recipie!
Below we are sharing a great recipie from Banglar Rannaghor.
Ingredients for Salmon Fish Curry:
- 500gm salmon fillets (5 oz each about 1 “ thick)
- ¼ tsp salt
- 3 tomatoes
- ¾ water
- 3 tbsp cooking oil
- 3 garlic cloves
- 1 small onion
- 1 tsp chilo flakes
- ¾ salt
- ½ roasted cumin
- 1 tbsp fresh coriander
- Cut the fish fillets and coat it with salt
- Blend tomato with water
- Sauté onion and garlic in cooking oil for 6-7 minutes
- Pour the tomato purée and simmer for 6 minutes
- Add the fish fillets pieces
- Cook for 5 minutes in low heat
- Sprinkle roasted cumin
- Garnish with fresh coriander
If you enjoy fish curry like the one above for their ease and speed, you’ll adore this salmon recipe. The recipie is done by Banglar Ghor and the recipiie video is also attached below. Do check them out for more stunning recipies.
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Salmon Fish Cut (600g)
- Right from the heart of the Ocean
- Net weight – 600g
- Processed: 100% Halal
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