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from NY, USA 1 salmon filet or steak per person Tandoori paste Garam masala spices Plain Yogurt Sliced onions Coat the salmon with the paste and spread evenly with yogurt. If you can't find tandoori paste, season fish with the garam masala and then spread with yogurt. Cover with sliced onions. Wrap in foil or cook in a clay pot. Bake 425F about 20 to 25 minutes or until fish is done and tender. Remove fish with slotted spoon to plate. Serve with saffron rice. Note: Tandori paste is a red seasoned paste most typically mixed with yogurt and usually used to coat chicken and imparts a deep red color to food. It is available at the gourmet section of most large supermarkets or gourmet grocers. Joan,Larry and Cosmo the cutie dog Visit our Culinary And Baking Adventures http://www.pipeline.com/~rosskat/

Tandoori Style Salmon


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from NY, USA

1
salmon filet or steak per person
Tandoori paste
Garam masala spices
Plain Yogurt
Sliced onions

Coat the salmon with the paste and spread evenly with yogurt. If you can't find tandoori paste, season fish with the garam
masala and then spread with yogurt. Cover with sliced onions. Wrap in foil or cook in a clay pot. Bake 425F about 20 to 25 minutes or until fish is done and tender. Remove fish with slotted spoon to plate. Serve with saffron rice.
Note: Tandori paste is a red seasoned paste most typically mixed with yogurt and usually used to
coat chicken and imparts a deep red color to food. It is available at the gourmet section of most large supermarkets or gourmet grocers.

Joan,Larry and Cosmo the cutie dog
Visit our Culinary And
Baking Adventures
http://www.pipeline.com/~rosskat/



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