Spicy Salmon Fish Roast

  We include fish in our meals like most of the times, and it is Salmon Fillets which are bought very often. I usually make Kerala Salmon Fish Curry with that other wise i just make a Simple Fish Fry with that. This time we wanted something different, something that we haven't tried out. We need a change at times right thats what we too thought.

I was all set to try something new with it, i thought of making it in a Egg Roast type. During the first experiment day i made it using the same ingredients as said, but i really forgot to add Tamarind and only thought about it after the dish was made. I really didn't want to give up. Again gave it a try another day , but this time adding Tamarind and that too i added Gambooge / Kudampuli ,it gave such a difference to the dish, it was just amazing.
I am sure it would taste great if adding the normal Tamarind. I am very sure of making this dish again and again.

Spicy Salmon Fish Roast

1 lbs Salmon Fillet ( cut in big Cubes )
1 tsp  Red Chili Powder
1/2 tsp Turmeric Powder

1 big Onion ( sliced )
9 - 10 Garlic pods ( sliced )
2 -3 " Ginger piece ( sliced )
3 Green Chilies
5 pieces Goumbge  / Kudampuli  ( soaked in hot water for 10 mins, cleaned and torn )
Curry Leaves

1 tsp Red Chili Powder ( adjust accordingly )
1 tbsp Coriander Powder
1 tsp Turmeric Powder
1/2 tsp Fenu greek Powder
1/2 tsp Fish Masala ( opt , i used Aachi Fish Masala )

1 tsp Mustard seeds
1/2 tsp Fenugreek Seeds / Uluva
Curry Leaves

Marinate the Salmon pieces with red chili pwdr, turmeric pwdr and salt for about 1/2 an hour and deep fry it in oil, until done, and set aside.
Heat oil in a kadai , pop mustard , fenugreek seeds, curry leaves and add in Green chilli + Ginger + Garlic + Onions and saute until soft and translucent.
Add in Chili pwdr, Turmeric pwdr Coriander pwdr , fish masala and saute for 5 mins add in the Gambouge , tomatoes , salt and pour in 3/4 cup water and cook until thick and just a little water left.
Sprinkle the fenu greek powder, add in the fish pieces and toss well with the masala.
Pour in 1/2 cup of water and let it simmer until thick, add in lots of curry leaves and serve. 


  1. even we eat a lot of salmon at home...looks really good.

  2. okie you are non Veg too.. hmmm actually i have seen many indians all are Veg :) nice recipe like it like it.. hehe

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  4. the fish roast looks awesome... would love to try it with whatever fish is available in my pantry...

  5. Salman is my one of the fav fish. This dish is totally new to me. Would like to try your version.


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