Fish puttu is a popular dish in South India. It is a flavorful Indian style salmon recipe with onion, green chilies, and spices that go well with rice.
A Healthy Salmon Recipe:
Fish puttu is a healthy and tasty side dish with spices and vegetables. It is a famous dish in South India, also known as sura puttu. Salmon is an excellent source of vitamins, omega 3-fatty acids and protein. You can make varieties of the recipe using salmon like salmon patties, fish tikka, pan seared salmon and fish biryani. Fish puttu is one such excellent recipe using salmon. Because is a thick and fleshy fish, it is very much suitable for making fish puttu. Onion, green chilies, and spices add extra flavor and nutritious to this salmon based dish.
Smart Cooking Tips:
1. You can use any variety of boneless and skinless fleshy fish like tilapia and catfish for this recipe.
2. You can also add shredded coconut in this recipe, it gives an excellent flavor to the dish.
How to serve fish puttu?
Serve fish puttu with rice varieties like sambar rice, rasam rice and curd rice.
Fish puttu is a popular dish in South India. It is a flavorful Indian style salmon recipe with onion, green chilies, and spices that goes well with rice.
- 1 lb SALMON
- 2 cup ONIONS RAW
- 4 no GREEN CHILIES
- 1 tsp GARLIC RAW
- 0.50 tbsp RED CHILI POWDER
- 1 tbsp CORIANDER POWDER
- 4 tbsp OIL
- 1 tsp FENNEL SEED
- 10 no CURRY LEAVES
- 0.25 tsp TURMERIC GROUND
- 2 tbsp CILANTRO (CORIANDER)LEAVES RAW","SALT TABLE","CILANTRO (CORIANDER)LEAVES RAW
- 1.50 tsp SALT TABLE
Place the salmon fillet on a hot skillet, cover and cook on both sides, until the salmon gets cooked or until flakes easily with a fork. Flake the cooked salmon using a fork into tiny chunks and keep aside.
Heat oil in a pan add fennel seeds, chopped garlic and cook until garlic changes its color slightly.
Add the chopped green chilies, curry leaves, chopped onion and cook until onion becomes soft.
Add the flaked salmon, turmeric powder, coriander powder, red chili powder, salt and mix well. Cook for 5 minutes on a medium flame until the salmon color starts changing to golden brown slightly, keep stirring in between to avoid getting burned. Garnish with chopped coriander leaves.