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Creamy Smoked Salmon Linguine


Creamy Smoked Salmon and Spinach pasta
A super quick and easy creamy smoked salmon pasta dish with the added goodness of baby spinach. The horseradish in this is a must, it gives it a wonderful flavour and subtle heat. You can have this on the table in 10 minutes and it's a popular week night staple in this house.

Creamy Smoked Salmon and Spinach pasta

CREAMY SMOKED SALMON LINGUINE

| Serves: 2  | Prep Time: 2 Minutes | Cook Time: 10 Minutes | Total Time: 12 Minutes |


INGREDIENTS:

  • 180g Linguine
  • 1 Small onion, chopped
  • 130ml Creme Fraiche
  • 1 TBSP Horseradish
  • Zest of 1 Lemon
  • 140g Smoked Salmon
  • 100g Baby Spinach

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Step 1: Cook the linguine according to packet instructions.
  • Step 2: Whilst the pasta is cooking fry the onion gently in some olive oil for 5 minutes until soft
  • Step 3: Add the creme fraiche, horseradish and lemon zest and simmer for 3 minutes.
  • Step 4: Mix in the smoked salmon and spinach and then stir through the drained pasta.

| Author: Beth Sachs | Date: 25th January 2009 |



Comments

  1. Although I love pizza I don't think I could pass up a plate of this smoked salmon pasta:D

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  2. I will indeed. It sounds and looks lovely. As for 15 minutes...

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  3. Can't believe that your husband would pass THIS up! It looks wonderful! I would much prefer this pasta to a pizza.

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  4. Beth I'd have your Creamy Smoked Salmon Linguine any day!! This looks so yummy.

    Maria
    x

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  5. I'm loving the Horseradish you've put in - looks delish!

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  6. WOw this sounds and looks amazing! Love the addition of horseradish.

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  7. Gosh, he's MAD! I've only just had breakfast but I'd still give quite a lot to have that plate in front of me right now ;)

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  8. I think I'd be more than a little mad at my husband if I prepared him a lovely meal & he insisted on having a pizza

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  9. Oh heavenly .. sitting here wondering what to fix for dinner, I have some salmon in the freezer, guess I could improvise ?

    Your pic has me drooling :)

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  10. Salmon and pasta...you can't go wrong!

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  11. Your husbands loss. This looks so creamy, rich and delicious!

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  12. I've made a very similar to this before using smoked salmon and creme fraiche but never thought to add horseradish, that's a nice touch!

    I love this dish, way better than a pizza!

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  13. 15 minutes, I'm impressed, this is definitely a must try. It looks delish. Your hubby must be crackers, but at least it would have meant more for you and Lowen. :-)

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  14. Wow- he missed out! Looks fantastic!

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  15. More fool him, indeed! This would win over pizza every time for me.

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  16. I have my eye on this one, looks wonderful!

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