This makes a quick, rich and elegant entree. After reading reviews I took some hints. For four servings, I doubled recipe and sauteed two cloves of garlic with the onions and salmon. Didn't have fresh tomatoes so I used drained, canned diced tomatoes. Be sure to use a good quality vodka in this recipe, it makes a big difference (per America's Test Kitchen), don't go cheap! After cooking onions to opaque I increased heat to light smoking and then added vodka (Three Olives). Simmered sauce while 2 cups, dry, of Farfalle pasta was cooking. Forgot the cayenne pepper so I'll add it next time but 1 Tbsp. looks excessive to me. Will add a bit at a time to taste next time. My smoked salmon from Ward Cove, AK was not too salty so I added 1/4 tsp. salt. I served this dish with a pear/gorgonzola salad with sweet & sour dressing and toasted garlic bread. My husband and I both enjoyed the pasta very much.
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This makes a quick, rich and elegant entree. After reading reviews I took some hints. For four...