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Prep 20 mins
Cook 20 mins
Make and share this Pasta Garlic Cream Sauce with Smoked Salmon recipe from Food.com.
- Cook pasta in boiling salted water until al dente (firm to the bite, but not cooked all the way through.) Drain and set aside.
- Saute garlic in olive oil over medium heat.
- Cook until the garlic begins to sweat, but doesn't turn brown.
- Add butter.
- Once butter melts, add cream and bring to a simmer.
- Add the pasta and keep simmering.
- Then add the smoked salmon (cut into 1" cubes) and half of the cheese.
- Toss well until the cheese is incorporated into the sauce.
- Cut the green onions into 1/2" pieces.
- Coat in olive oil and broil in the oven.
- You can do this before cooking the pasta.
- Add the roasted green onions into the sauce.
- Season with salt and pepper.
- Serve in a large bowl or on a plate.
- Garnish with the remaining cheese and dill.
- Serves 2.
The bomb diggity! I went searching becuase we catch a lot of fish and smoke ourselves and I often wonder what else can I do with it besides laying it on top of a bunch of salad greens. This dish was a HUGE HIT at the family dinner table with children ages 6, 10, 12 - who all asked for seconds. I am the type that doesn't measure and made the recipe for the family of 5 and have one serving left over. roasted two very small onions harvested from my own garden in toaster oven, made a beschemel with 2T of butter & 2 T of flour and added approx 2 C of Half & half because I didn't have cream handy and added approximately 1/4 c of the grated parmessan cheese I had on hand, knowing they would sprinkle more on top. Salt, pepper and dried dill to taste. Added to 1 lb of bowtie pasta. Everything modified to what I had on hand. Saucy enough and not overly cheesey. A keeper! thanks JC for a wonderful recipe!
Wow. Although a little richer than most of the things I cook, this is a delicious treat. I made it pretty much as written, (including roasted green onions- what a nice flavour they add!) However, I used only a single cup of cream, added loads of fresh dill as well as the zest of one lemon in the cream sauce. I'll be making this again. I served with steamed asparagus and roasted Brussels sprouts.
We made this with gnocchi rather than pasta. It is my husband's favorite dish at restraunts. I used only 1 cup of cream and 2 T of chopped onion since I didn't have geen onion. It was a big hit. He moaned, "So good, and I'm so full, but I can't stop eating."