Tasty Tuesday - Salmon pasta

Posted by Claudia Moser on 9:00 AM in , ,
One of our favourite meals at home, very fast and so yummy. What you need?

300gr pasta (for two) - you could use penne, fusili or whatever you think would be nice!
200 gr salmon (you can either use fresh one or smoked)
some 12 cherry tomatoes
3 cloves of garlic
1 chili
1 glass of white wine
a bit of cream parmigiana
olive oil

Add the garlic in the hot oil, then small pieces of salmon, the chili and let it cook for a while. Then add the halves of the cherry tomatoes, the wine and simmer. At the end the cream joins the mixture. Boil your pasta of choice then add the sauce and the parmigiana and then? Simply enjoy the pasta with a nice glass of white wine.



Im hungry after seeing this so im going to get of the computer and cook myself some dinner.

I swear, one day I'm going to turn up on your doorstep with a fork and bowl in my hand :-)

When you write "cream parmigiana" are you referring to "eggplant/aubergine purée"?

I'm not much of a salmon eater but I have a daughter in love that adores it! Now I have a meal I can make just for her!
Thanks and hugs~

It sounds and looks delicious. Love pasta.

I'm not hungry but can't wait to taste this pasta. :) Thanks for sharing little instruction, It helps me tight now to make this. I'm going. . .:)

@Luan - that was not my intention, but I am sure you prepared something yummy!
@Sarah - told you before, do come :)
@Weissdorn - just realised I'm missing the commas, will solve it once home
@Sush - I am glad!
@Belle - so does Peter
@Nil - let me know how it was!

Anonymous says:

Can't wait to give this a try! I sounds wonderful.

@Baye - thank you, it is very easy, I promise!

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