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Oh guys, guys guys. THIS!!! this, THIS!!! It is a creamy pasta full of smoked salmon, lemon (juice and zest), fresh Dill, cream and creme fraiche (I did say it was a creamy pasta!!), a dash of Chilli (which just adds flavour) and then a little salt and pepper. You can go right ahead and pull a squint-dreamy face right now. I am.
And if I told you it was a one pot wonder, you would just want to reach out and hug me hay? OKAY HUG ME!!! Because it is.
And if I told you it only takes 15 minutes to make, you would want to start doing a happy-cry, right? OKAY HAPPY CRY!!!! Because it does.
So let’s hug, happy-cry and go squint-dreamy-faced all together!
But please you guys, I just have to ask one thing. One teeny tiny little thing – Use fresh dill okay. Trust me. Fresh Dill.
So to make this creammmmy pasta. You a.) cook the pasta, drain the water and leave just a little water in the pot, say 1/4 cup) and then b.) you add all the ingredients to the pasta and mix it all up.
It makes the perfect weeknight meal when you literally have 15 minutes to get your act together. In fact, it is perfect for weekends too when you just don’t want to spend more than 15 minutes in the kitchen. It is what I call an all-round-winner-dish.
It is also has to be the yummiest way to get your daily dose of omega-3 fatty acids 🙂
I made this dish twice, once with butterfly pasta (I know it has a fancy Italian name but let’s just stick with butterfly pasta m’kay?) and then once with the shell pasta. I think the shells were a little better though because they scoop up the sauce and make the whole eating experience way more squint-dreamy-inducing.Print
20-Minute Creamy Smoked Salmon & Lemon Pasta
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 15
- Total Time: 20 mins
- Yield: 4 1x
There is no way you can beat this dish – it takes under 20 minutes to make, uses ONE POT and tastes too good to describe with words! YUM! Get this recipe immediately!
- 4 cups Butterfly / Shell Pasta, uncooked
- 1 tablespoon oil (canola/sunflower/olive)
- Juice and zest of 1 lemon
- 1 Tablespoon fresh Dill, chopped
- 250ml Cream
- 250ml Creme Fraiche (or sour cream)
- 1–2 Tablespoon red chilli (go according to taste – you may want to add more)
- 1/4 cup Parmesan, grated
- 200g smoked salmon ribbons, cut into small pieces *
- Salt and Pepper
- In a large pot, boil the pasta. Add the oil. Cook until al dente (cooked yet still firm ie. not overcooked)
- Drain the water from the pasta.
- Add the lemon zest and juice, dill, cream, creme fraiche, chilli, salmon and parmesan and mix through.
- Add salt and pepper to taste.
- Serve with a slice of lemon and top with a sprinkle of fresh Dill.
- I know you can definitely get the salmon ribbons from Woolworths. Alternately, you would need to buy fresh salmon (or even trout), a 200g portion, and slice it very thinly.
i can confirm, this was absolutely delicious!
Thanks Hun X
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About 1 cup each of salmon, cream, Creme fraiche
This was yummy.
I improvised a bit because I had fusilli and Greek yogurt instead of bow tie and creme fraiche, but it was still good. And it’s fine with dried dill. Also I cut down on the sauce to about 75% because it seemed like too much for us.
Still, the basics of the recipe were the same and I would recommend it. Looking forward to making it again.
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