Paneer Fish Cakes with Apple and Fig Chutney

Recipe courtesy Bal Arneson
Show: Spice Goddess Episode: Indian Lunch Bag



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  • on April 05, 2013


    I think I would reduce the amount of gram flour going into these. I seemed to have a bunch of dry stuff left in the bottom of the bowl. However, they were delicious, tender and moist, as well as flavorful. We like super-spicy, but heck, it's salmon - so we want to taste it, right?

    The chutney - Meh! Not so much.... A lime pickle, a garlic chili pickle, even a mango chutney, would have been nice, but frankly, a dollop of yogurt would have been a nice accompaniment. Just think the chutney missed.

    We really thought these would make yummy, tiny, appetizers, with a yogurt/cucumber dip, or wee sliders in naan....

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  • on April 04, 2013


    This recipe didn't "wow" me that much. It wasn't too different from what I grew up on

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  • on May 30, 2011


    Absolutely delicious! I made some for my husband and myself for memorial day. It was surprisingly easy to make. Getting all the spices together was the tricky part. Instead of going to the American supermarket for a tiny thing of cardamom for almost 20 dollars I googled a local middle eastern market around where I live and they had bulk spices for way cheaper! about 5-7 bucks for a good quart size bag in new jersey.

    I paired it with the spiced okra. A perfect and well balanced meal. Sweet and savory. Very healthy, but very filling! I love that combo. Bal is my new favorite cooking host to watch on tv. I love her face and demeanor. She is not sloppy and obnoxious. She is very serene and I feel that her food is from the heart. <3

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