9 Reviews

Delicious. And easy. Draining the tomatoes before adding them will add body to the sauce. Save the liquid in case you want to thin it afterwards.

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Hermswok January 23, 2015

Wonderful, easy Indian dish. Definitely my favorite salmon dish ever. I like that it balances the fishy flavor. Next time I'll add more garlic. I love that it makes a lot of sauce so you can freeze half for future flash-fast meals. I'm using the leftover sauce with garbanzo beans and 10minute Brown rice tonight. What a winner, thanks!

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lolablitz March 21, 2013

Very good. Made it just as stated. Found the sauce a little bit too thin even though I cooked with the lid on for ten minutes and the rest of the time without lid. Maybe cooking the whole time without covering would be better (for us). This indeed makes a lot of sauce and I froze some of it and can report that it freezes well. The sauce goes very well with fish and I have also used it with chicken. Very pleased I made it. Thanks for posting.

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Chef Dudo April 20, 2010

Superb. The best salmon I have ever made. It makes alot of sauce, so you can invite more guests, who will be absolutely enchanted.

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MariaLuisa December 16, 2007

This was simply outstanding! I have to admit that I was rather apprehensive but the taste and presentation of the dish couldn't be beat. I did not modify this recipe at all, which is quite unusual for me. I served it with Cumin Potatoes as suggested by another reviewer and it made for a very satisfying and colourful meal! Thanks for sharing - this is definitely a keeper!

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cyaos November 23, 2007

Absolutely amazing. Great Indian dish.

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tinal November 12, 2007

Deeeelightful! Broiled 4 salmon fillets for 10 minutes and then placed them into the sauce when it was ready. I used a 28 oz can of tomatoes, diced, which yielded enough sauce for another 4 fillets! Next time I'll use a 14 oz can. I served this meal with curried cauliflower and zucchini, following Lamb Chops With Curried Cauliflower, with the yogurt sauce on the side. I would make this meal again! Thanks for posting.

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woodland hues June 08, 2007

We used Cod instead of Salmon, used S & B curry powder (the red and gold can). Other than that, we followed the recipe precisely, served it with #125970, Indian Cumin Potatoes and it was FANTASTIC!! The sauce went with the fish and the potatoes so well. Really great, thanks, Nono2!

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Barb R April 29, 2006

This was so easy! Very tasty too. I had been sent some garam masala by a friend so this was a wonderful recipe to try it out on. I have to admit that I was tempted to omit the tomatos - tomatos & coconut milk? - but it worked out just great.

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Mysterygirl November 29, 2004
Salmon Cutlets in Indian Creamy Sauce