Easy Butter Fish Recipe

Easy Butter Fish Recipe

When it comes to the most well-known Indian food, I think butter chicken ranks pretty high up there along with samosas and naan. We are a fan of butter chicken as well, but we’ve never actually made it at home, because it’s usually a pretty labour intensive recipe. That is until we discovered The Soup Solution’s Butter Chicken Sauce!

This Butter Chicken Sauce is ready for you (you keep it frozen,) with all natural ingredients. I’ll share how we make this Butter Fish recipe and if you want to try it, there will be a discount code for you at the bottom of the post.

Easy butter fish recipe

Butter Fish Recipe

Butter Fish Recipe Ingredients:

Butter Chicken Sauce from The Soup Solution
– 4 fish fillets (we’ve used tilapia and cod)
– half a cup of frozen or fresh shelled edamame (peas work well too)
– cooked basmati rice

Butter Fish Recipe Instructions:

1. Season your fish with some oil, salt and pepper. Cook it on medium heat for 5-7 minutes on each side, until browned and cooked through.

2. Add in the edamame beans (or peas) and cook sauté for a couple minutes.

3. Pour in the Butter Chicken Sauce and gently combine with the fish and edamame. And that’s basically it. Serve with your favourite rice, we like basmati,  or with quinoa for a perfect family dinner. Now tell me this butter fish recipe isn’t super easy!

Easy butter fish recipe

If you love butter chicken and would like to have it at home, this is a great option. If fish isn’t your thing, you can go with the tried and true chicken, prawns work great and so does tofu or paneer.

The Soup Solution is also offering you a $5 discount on your next order. When you check out, just use the code TWB5.

For more delicious Indian food recipes that the whole family can enjoy, try:
One-pot Akni
Chickpea Daar
Cauliflower and Chickpea Curry
Chicken Biryani

*In the  past I have received complimentary The Soup Solution products to try out. All opinions are my own.

One thought on “Easy Butter Fish Recipe

  1. Looks so good Salma! I love how fish is such a quick-cooking protein making this a total week night saviour. Those fresh edamame beans are just the perfect hit of freshness too. Thanks for the recipe!

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