Sunday, February 5, 2012

Fish Corn-Palak


fish dish with corn and palak


This recipe idea clicked while I was cleaning out my freezer yesterday, I found some spinach and corn from last week. Initially I planned to make a Fish Palak recipe in an usual "Palak Paneer" style, then thought of adding my own little twist, a cup of corn. I reserved some Corn-Palak gravy to make some "Paneer Corn-Palak" as well, and I must say that this is the most delicious version of "Palak Paneer" I have ever tried :-) Even the Fish Corn-Palak came out really well. I got a huge compliment from my daughter, she told me while eating, "mommy ,I liked the taste very much ":-)





Preparation time : 40 to 45 minutes
Cooking time : 25 minutes
Serves : 4 






For Marinating Fish :
  • 3 tbsp Lemon juice
  • 1 tsp Red chili powder
  • Salt, as required

       ingredients


    Ingredients :
    • 1 lb. Salmon
    • 3 cups Spinach/Palak
    • 1 cup Corn
    • 1 medium sized Onion, finely chopped
    • 1 medium sized Tomato, finely chopped
    • 1 tsp Coriander powder
    • 1 tsp Garam masala powder
    • 1/2 tsp Turmeric powder
    • 1 tsp Fennel seeds
    • 1/4 tsp Fenugreek seeds
    • 3 Green chilies
    • 3 cloves of Garlic , minced
    • 1, 1" piece Ginger, grated
    • Salt, as required
    • Oil, as required

    fish corn palak
    Directions :
    • Wash the fish pieces, pat dry. Keep marinated for 10 minutes. In the mean time, blanch the spinach, keep aside.
    • In a wide bottomed skillet , pan fry the fish pieces for not more than a minute on each side. Fish should not be fully fried.
    • In the same oil, add the fennel and fenugreek seeds, Once fragrant, add the chopped onion and fry till translucent , next add the chopped tomato and turmeric powder and fry for a minute or two or until the raw smell of the spices vanish. Add the corn and let cook covered for a minute or so . Remove in a bowl and let cool.
    • Next add the same in a Mixture Grinder along with he blanched spinach, grind  it to a smooth paste.
    • In the same skillet , heat a tbsp of oil, add the ginger and garlic , fry for a minute or two or until fragrant. Next add the Spinach - Corn paste , add the coriander powder and cook until oil starts to separate.
    • Lastly add the fish pieces, green chilies , garam masala powder and salt , if required , and let cook covered for 5 minutes on low heat.
    • Serve hot with Roti/Nan.

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    34 comments:

    1. The expression on your daughter's face speaks volumes about the dish. :)

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    2. "I got a huge compliment from my daughter, she told me while eating, "mommy ,I liked the taste very much ":-)

      That is really cute. :)

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    3. Awesome dish..

      Ur daughter looks super cute

      Aarthi
      http://www.yummytummyaarthi.com/

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    4. The dish is simply superb.......ur lill angel is super duper!!!

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    5. The dish sounds delicious...and your little girl is so cute.

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    6. Your daughter really appreciates good food ;) And with all the spices you're always using , I just can imagine the taste :D Somebody's drooling here ;D hahaha

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    7. wow ! I lovvvvvvvvvvvvve fishes.Following you .Thanks for visiting my blog.

      //I got a huge compliment from my daughter, she told me while eating, "mommy ,I liked the taste very much ":-)//

      Cute! me too like the recipe.

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    8. It's a must try recipe and your daughter has a good taste..:)

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    9. This dish looks so delicious! And the look in her eyes... just amazing!

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    10. wow....awesome fish curry.....luks so delicious.....

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    11. Your daughter must have good taste-this dish looks fabulous. I really do miss the days of fresh fish when I lived in Florida. Now I can only find it at a specialty grocers. You are lucky to have access to fresh fish. Now that I have stopped in-I know where to find some delicious recipes for when I do get some fish!

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    12. yum yum yummmmy!
      you are so good with fish recipes! keep sharing dear :)
      ohhh,,your daughter is shhhooooo shhhweeet *(*

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    13. I love reading and learning about all the different regions of India and variety of spices that are tied to those regions. That piece of salmon there is huge and it looks so so good!

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    14. Hi Sonali, nice of U to stop by my space, I don't eat fish dear, but the look on your daughter's says so much, following U just for that..

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    15. Thank you for visiting my blog. I love what I see here. I am a big fish lover. I grew up eating lots of fish. Also I like Indian cooking but I still have lots to learn! I can definetely be inspired by your beutiful recipes. I will follow you!

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    16. Fully satisfied and so yummy dish is what shown on your cute daughter's face!

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    17. Gud to c ur daughter...veru cute..Luv the palak fish recipe...Even i have post a fish curry.

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    18. hey super..kids expression is super duper...palak fish curry looks awesome..

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    19. Beautiful Salmon dish, really wonderful.
      The cutie pie looking at the dish is absolutely fabulous. You should get that enlarged, frame it and hang it;years from now it will be a treasure.
      I love your blog but that bee gadget is cumbersome to deal with.

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    20. Perfectly Yummy Palak Fish Sonali.Luv it with Ur Luvly Daughter!

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    21. I am sending a kiss to your daughter she look so cute looking at the fish dish. She is so lucky to have a talented mother who cooks so tasty fish dishes.

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    22. Aw, look at your sweet daughter! If she says it's yummy, it must be yummy!!! Thanks for sharing~

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    23. That looks so awesome and yummy...

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    24. Cute little princess..:)..Dish looks tempting..

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    25. Hi Sonali, this fish dish of yours is to die for! Wow! This is a sure 3 plates of rice disappearing.
      I can practically get the lovely scent of the ingredients you used, including one called, 'love'.
      Wish I'm your neighbour....will try hint for a lunch invitation.

      You have a nice day, and keep a song in your heart.
      Best regards.
      Lee.

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    26. palak vth fish diff combo..sounds good.......ur daughter looks chooooo cute...

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    27. You daughter is adorable...she seems to love the dish and this one is a must-try for me!Brilliant idea:)

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    28. Hi Sonali

      I am always at a lost to cook fish dishes. After coming here, I now have tonnes of recipes to try! thanks for sharing dear:)

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    29. Thanks to all of u for ur lovely comments :-)

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    30. just by looking at this post just makes my mouth water already. definitely a 2 thumbs up! more power always ;-)

      Message in a Bottle

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    31. Awesome! Thanks a lot for sharing this on my space :) Happy to follow you as well.

      Love the look on your daughter's face. Very cute!!

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