Recipe by al99
"This is a tasty pasta recipe made with home-smoked salmon. Use your favorite pasta shape."
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uncooked penne pasta
sea salt to taste
2 1/2 cups
chopped smoked salmon
chopped fresh dill
green onions, chopped
grated lemon zest
fresh lemon juice
ground black pepper to taste
I did up a bunch of smoked salmon and then canned it. and this recipe was awesome great tasting I had to add some garlic as I'm a garlic lover and using the fresh dill is the key this was excellent will make again thanks for sharing it
I was quite excited about this recipe and I must admit, I really enjoyed it. However, I could have frozen to death from the cold stares that I received from everyone else around the table.
I understand what they feel. A large block of cream cheese does not a sauce make.
Since I try to stay away from white flour and processed food, I always use whole wheat pasta so of course this will absorb more sauce and make every sauce just a little bit more dry.
I would and will make this recipe again but with a classic alfredo sauce to which I shall add the salmon, lemon, pepper, onions, and dijon.
Oh well, more left overs for me!
The fresh dill is the key ingredient. I was surprised at how easy and tasty this was while being very easy to make. I will add peas or asparagus next time to round it out.
Delicious and so quick and easy I added more lemon juice though. Will definitely be making again
My picky 1 and 2 year olds absolutely loved this and it was super easy. I didn't have smoked salmon so i just baked some fillets in the oven for about 15 minutes then shredded them. Turned out great and made enough food for lunch the next day. If your kids like fish and noodles then this is a sure winner
This was so delicious! And I will second other reviewers, fresh dill really makes this dish.
This was not at all what I expected. With the word "creamy" in the recipe name, I thought the salmon & pasta would be in a creamy sauce. It was not. Mine was tasty, but VERY dry, even though I ended up doubling the cream cheese in an effort to have some sauce. Throwing the cooked pasta & reserved water back into the pot, adding all the remaining ingredients, and stirring until the cream cheese melts, as the recipe instructs, did not work well at all. I may make it again, but with changes (additional liquid, for sure) to make an actual sauce with smoked salmon, lemon & dill. Nevertheless, it was tasty.
Astoundingly delicious. Better than any pasta I've paid twenty dollars for in a restaurant.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pasta with Creamy Smoked Salmon and Dill
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 123
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