Salmon from Norway comes to India with ‘desi’ twist
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INDIAWednesday, November 30, 2016Sea food lovers are in for good news as they can now relish salmon, native to

 

INDIA
Wednesday, November 30, 2016

 

Sea food lovers are in for good news as they can now relish salmon, native to tributaries of North Atlantic and Pacific Ocean, in Indianised versions like ‘Amritsari Tawa Salmon’ and ‘Bengali yogurt mustard Salmon’.

Aimed at sharing knowledge and passion for producing the best tasting salmon from Norway, Consul General of the Royal Norwegian Consulate H E Torbjon Holthe and Vice Counsel and Norwegian Seafood Council Director India, Yogi Shergill, held a demo cooking session in Mumbai recently to offer a glimpse of the European country’s aquaculture known for producing delicious and delicately flavoured salmon fish.

“Salmon from Norway is raised in cold, clear waters. It grows at its own pace, gaining a pure and fresh taste, fat marbling and an attractive red-orange colouring. It also has a firm consistency, making it a pleasure to eat,” Shergill, who dished out ‘Grilled Salmon Fillet with Tandoori Marinade’ and smoked salmon appetisers at the event, told PTI.


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