Ashish Kumar

Ashish Kumar

20th March 2021
Ashish Kumar


30 min

Indian spiced salmon recipe with Tomato Chutney, Sautéed Parval


  • Salmon 180gm
  • Coriander Fresh 200g
  • Mint Leaves 100g
  • Green Chili 15g
  • Lemon juice 50ml
  • Mustard Oil 10ml
  • Spring onion 50g
  • Ginger 10g
  • Garlic 10g
  • Red Chili Powder 1.5g
  • Coriander Powde 1.5g
  • Salt to taste
  • Cherry Tomatoes 200g
  • Salt 5g
  • Sugar 5g
  • Stock 20ml
  • Spring Onion 5g
  • Mint leaves 3 to 4 leaves
  • Parval 100g
  • Cumin Seed 5g
  • Salt to taste
  • Olive oil 5ml


Indian Spiced Salmon

Take a salmon fillet and clean it nicely and washed it. Pat dry with clean cloth and keep aside .
Now take a blender , start to put all ingredients of marination except curd, red chili powder, coriander powder, salt . Blend it nicely and take out from the mixer .
Now take a bowl, pour the blended marination in a bowl , now add curd and red chili powder, coriander powder and salt in the Marination.
Now put the salmon in the marination, mix it well and keep it in the refrigerator for 30 min., so that the marination sticks on the salmon.
Now take a pan, make it hot , once the temperature of the pan set , add olive oil and add whole cumin in it , once the zeera start to crackle .
Add parval in that sauté it nicely, add little bit of stock so that the vegetable will become soft and set keep aside
ake another pan, Add oil in that , once the pan become hot , add slit cherry tomato in the pan, cook a bit , add whole coriander , spring onion, salt, sugar and little bit of stock and cook until it reaches to the mushy consistency.
Once it is about to finish , add lemon juice in it , taste it and keep aside .
Now take out the salmon from refrigerator. Put a pan on top of the gas, make it nicely hot. Pour little mustard oil and normal refined oil.
Add salmon steak on the pan. Leave 3 min. on each side . If you want you can put it in the oven at the temperature of 180*C for 7 min. Or you can cook in the pan until it will be fully cooked .
Now warm again the two side dishes, take a plate , put the bed of a tomato chutney , put salmon on the top and put sauteed parval . garnish with mint leaves and a slice of lemon

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