Sunday, October 16, 2011

Salmon in Curried Celery Sauce

Tastes similar to Panda express. Naughty, but pretty nice.
Beef, Pork, Tofu, or Chicken could be nicely substituted.

1-stalk celery, keep leafy top
2-1 hunk salmon, cut into bite size pieces
3-1/4 small onion
4- Just enough flour to coat the salmon chunks

1 tsp mashed garlic, 1 tsp mashed ginger
Salt, Pepper
3 tbsp vinegar (any kind)
2 tbsp soy sauce
1/2 tbsp curry powder spices (turmeric, curcumin, fenugreek, fennel--your desired mix)

1) Powder the salmon chunks and fill a pan with 1 cm of oil to tolerate med-high heat.
Grill until the salmon skin is crispy, or the meat is cooked through.

2) Drain oil. Reserve meat to the side.
Lightly cook the seasonings and celery in the same frypan and drizzle over the cooked meat.

I accidentally added the sauce ingredients to the meat, and the result came out ok. But it would look nicer if the sauce is made separately.

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