“No man is lonely eating spaghetti; it requires so much attention.” -Christopher Morley
Two weeks ago I received a whole 5 kilo salmon right in our kitchen. Well, it’s more of bought because I paid 50€ (60$/2,999Php) for the whole of it. This is really a steal considering such expensive fish. I usually get salmon cuts for sushi at 20 a kilo! And since it was delivered at home, I do not need to worry about losing the freshness. So I got salmon stacked in our freezer, enough to feed us through a whole winter month. (Reminds me of bears happily catching their salmon by a river!) 😀
Since the kids love salmon, they won’t be bored eating it as sashimi, in a soup, grilled, baked or in pasta. This is one of the simple dishes I prepare with salmon. I think I had this featured here before but with a different twist. This version has 2 or 3 more added ingredients. (lol)
salmon fillet, skinned
pasta of your choice
cherry tomatoes, halved or pressed
low-fat crème fraîche
chopped fresh parsley
ground black pepper
Cube salmon and dust with salt and pepper. Sear the pieces and set aside.
Cook pasta per package directions.
Drain pasta and toss in tomatoes and salmon.
Mix in crème fraîche, parsley, orange zest and pepper to taste.
Top with as much salmon pieces as you want.
As the quote above says, eating spaghetti or pasta for that matter requires much attention. Add salmon to it and you need to double the concentration savoring the flavor. 🙂