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Simple Salmon Fish Fry

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My husband got this salmon fillets from market and asked me to prepare a fish fry on a lazy day of lunch preparation. With no mood, I prepared this simple fish fry and surprisingly it came out very delicious with out the addition of ginger and garlic(I didn’t have when I prepared the recipe).  You feel free to add ginger and garlic and I am sure it give more flavor and taste. Best suits for bachelors who wants a simple and tasty fish fry.

Basic Information:
Preparation Time: <10 minutes
Idle Time: 30 minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
Serves: 3-4


Salmon Fish Fillets – 500 grams

Oil – required to shallow fry

For Marinating:

Yogurt – 1 tablespoon

Red chilli powder – 1 teaspoon

Coriander powder – 1 teaspoon

Turmeric powder – 1/4 teaspoon

Lime Juice – 1 teaspoon

Salt – to taste


1) Wash the salmon fish fillets well.

2) Combine all the ingredients given for marinating and make a  thick paste. Increase or decrease the yogurt to get a thick paste.


3) Apply this marinating masala to all fish fillets and marinate them for 30 minutes.

4) After 30 minutes, shallow fry them in oil. 

5) Garnish with curry leaves, coriander leaves and serve hot.

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Sangeetha M

yeah..i too make salmon fry like you with the addition of ginger-garlic paste…fish fry came out really good n crisp…nice presentation !!


flavourful looking fish fabulously done
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Hamaree Rasoi

Salmon fry looks like so much yummy that I feel like taking it out from the monitor 🙂 ! Excellent preparation.

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Looks so perfect n delicious ..that platter is very colourful

priya ravi

fish fry looks absolutely delicious..i add little tamarind paste instead of ginger-garlic and yoghurt


Nice prep looks perfect,I make this occasionally.

Priya Suresh

Super delicious fry,simply looks fabulous..


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Suja Manoj

Looks super delicious..yummy fry


lovely clicks..i never added yoghurt for masala..will try


Very nice recipe..Quick and so so yummy…Love the clicks too…

Sobha Shyam

simple and delicious fish recipe, lovely clicks..


Salmon is ubiquitous today!! awesome fry…
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sooooooo tempting fish sry…mouthwatering…

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I know this must be very tasty !

anthony stemke

Gorgeous photos here, this is a wonderful recipe. I love wild salmon, will try this for next salmon meal.


Salmon fry looks crisp and delicious.

Treat and Trick

Great clicks and looks so tasty!


Superb clicks of an yummy fry..
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Biny's Recipes

looks amazing….can never say u were lazy…


love the clicks …perfectly done


hi uma, thanks for sharing a "spicy and new ingredient version" of fried salmon. for sure its delicious especially if eaten hot- with rice is also good 🙂
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Biny's Recipes

Thx uma.I used white fish.And hey i tried ur version of salmon fry and it did come out very well…..

Prathima Rao

Nice version of stir fry!!!! The color looks too…:))
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Umm Mymoonah

I love this spicy fry, looks very tempting.


perfect fish fry…


super O super… looks so tempting..


Can't help noticing that 99% of the comments are about how the food looks in the picture rather than how it tasted when it was tried 🙂