14 Reviews

Delicious. We had some extra smoked salmon and this made a great meal. Quite heavy and I used about half of the recommended cream cheese. I substituted 1 pressed garlic clove for the powder and added some broccoli.

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Larry in DC January 13, 2009

This turned out to be pretty nice - The smoked salmon crumbled in the cream sauce is a delicious combination and tempers some of the smoky taste that I don't like in eating smoked salmon raw. The spices are good here, although I used minced garlic cooked in from the beginning instead of the garlic powder. And also added a lot of black pepper. The dish is LOVELY with the red peppers roasted in the oven beforehand and then tossed on top with steamed broccoli. I felt the cream cheese wasn't really necessary because the sauce was plenty rich and the creamcheesy-taste was a little strong. Next time I'll cut that. That's a personal taste thing, of course. Thank you for the recipe.

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Two Expats in France December 26, 2008

AWESOME!!!! Just made and ate it, wow... DELICIOUS, but very cheesy... I will make it next time with half the cream cheese and be sure to rinse the fettuccine noodles before serving so they don't all stick together. LOVE IT!!

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Chef Burgy December 11, 2013

Even with some significant substitutions, this turned out FABULOUS. and so easy! I used cottage cheese instead of cream cheese, and chopped onions instead of peppers/tomato/mushroom. I also used fresh garlic, butter instead of margarine, and added some salt & pepper. I'm adding this to my meal rotation!

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All-Natural-Nut March 23, 2010

I made this omitting the nutmeg and used fresh salmon instead of smoked, as I don't care for it. This recipe is wonderful! Creamy sauce with the veggies were perfect for us. Lovely dinner Ashley. Thank you!

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CooksSoGood April 12, 2008

I made this dish last night… it was very rich and creamy. I will defiantly be making this one again. I like my red peppers cooked a bit so I threw them in with the sauce ahead of time. Yum.

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PiceSeasGirl October 24, 2006

We had this tonight; it was very good. I chopped a little roasted red pepper and a a little green pepper in it; I used the packaged salmon (not smoked) but added a little chipotole spice to it plus some cayenne. This was so delicious. I also used the lower fat cream cheese and 2% milk and it was plenty rich. Thanks for a great recipe!!

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mewmew November 05, 2005

I was a bit doubtful about the combination of raw tomato and red bell pepper with the Alfredo Sauce, until I took my first taste. Indeed, these vegetables taste very good when mixed with a creamy sauce. I decided to sautee the mushrooms, however. I would not hesitate to prepare this dish again in the near future.

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Harvey Y October 25, 2004

This is fantastic. Since the directions were a little vague and to suit my own tastes, I made a few minor changes. I used fresh pressed garlic instead of powder, butter instead of margarine, evaporated milk and water for the milk, and fresh pasta instead of dry. I sliced the mushrooms and chopped the pepper and grilled it all on an indoor grill for just a few minutes. When the pasta was cooked, I drained the pasta and poured the veggies over to drain them, too. I did not boil the pasta until the sauce was almost done! Then, I tossed it all together. The sauce was a little thick so I would probably use more milk/water next time. Make it the way I did and I promise you will be tasting heaven!

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PaNik September 25, 2004
Northwest Creamy Smoked Salmon Fettuccine Alfredo