Indian Inspired Fish Tacos with Achari Salmon and an Awesome Mint & Coriander Chutney
Work from home bilingual nurse Last week I posted a recipe for a chicken tikka tacos and mentioned that it was the start of a series of three Indian inspired fusion taco recipes that I was planning to share. The recipe I am sharing today is adapted from Maunika Gowardhans Indian Kitchen: Secrets of Indian Home Cooking book, which you can order here.
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Achari Salmon Tacos
annullare i rischi con le opzioni binarie Achari Salmon adapted from Maunika Gowardhan – Indian Kitchen
source link Makes 4 big tacos
follow link Turn Grill to High 10 minutes before cooking
source 1 tsp Black Mustard Seeds
2 tsp of Cumin, Coriander & Fennel Seed mix (Ground in pestle & morter)
1/2 tsp Fenugreek Seeds (Ground)
1/2 tsp Onion Seeds
280g Salmon Fillets (Cut into chunks)
1.5 Garlic Cloves (Roughly chopped)
3 tbsp Greek Yogurt
1 Heaped tsp Lime Pickle
Lettuce (Sliced to Serve)
Coriander Leaves (to Serve)
Portion of Mint & Coriander Chutney (recipe here)
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3. Thread onto skewers for easy cooking but you could just put straight under hot grill. Place on cooking rack and directly under grill as close as you can. You are targeting a good charred finish – if you have a cooks blow torch then this a great time to use it. The salmon will need around 4mins on either side.
4. Serve in your choice of taco shell with a little lettuce, a drizzle of mint & coriander chutney and some fresh coriander leaves. AWESOME! (Photo really does not do this one justice, I was too excited to get stuck in, sorry)
Hope you enjoy and please go out and buy Indian Kitchen cook book if you can.