Casa Fin | Ricette - Pasta Salmone Alla Ms Fin

 Recipe Title
arrow Pasta Salmone Alla Ms Fin
 Recipe Author arrow Loreta Fin
 The Story Behind The Recipe arrow Once upon a time, there was a little girl who was the second of eight children. She grew up in a very Italian family where pasta was a staple dish, olive oil was ok (long before they found out it had no cholesterol) and garlic was even in the ice cream....well, not quite. The little girl's mother, however, was a firm believer in the old Italian saying: "too many cooks spoil the minestrone". So, alas, when she left home at the age of 19,  she didn't even know how to make instant coffee (which to this day, she refuses to drink). Now this little girl grew up and became a worksholic,  who, by trial and many errors, mastered  the knack of "quick and easy" or Dinner Right Now!! This is one of the many thrown-together meals to which her long suffering husband and children are often subjected, but to this day has no received any complaints.
 The Recipe's Country of Origin
arrow Australia
 Meal Type arrow Lunch or  Dinner
 Preparation Time arrow 20 minutes
 Cooking Time arrow 10 minutes
 Oven Temperature arrow N/A
 Number of Servings arrow 4-6
arrow Pasta - 500 grams Tagliatelle or Fettuccine (preferably fresh)
Mushrooms - 6-10 large, sliced
Snow Peas - a few hands full, strung and cut in halves or thirds
Onions - 1 small white or Spring, cut finely
Garlic - one or two cloves (to taste)
Smoked Salmon - 100-200 grams (to taste)
Cream - 300 ml, or you can use Bornhoffen natural yogurt if the scales are groaning under the stress.
Tomato Paste - two tablespoons

 Ingredients Source arrow N/A
 Cooking Instructions arrow 1. Boil the water for the pasta and add salt if you wish.
2. Chop up the onions and garlic and saute with a bit of butter, margerine or olive oil.
3. Chop up the mushrooms, snow peas amd salmon and have them ready.
4. Add the mushrooms to the pan and saute lightly.
5. By this time the water should be boiled, so cook the pasta according to the instructions on the pack.
6. When the pasta is almost ready, add the snow peas and salmon tot he mushrooms and stir through.
7. Add the cream and tomato paste and heat through.
9. Drain the pata and either serve the sauce on top or stir in before serving.
10. Sprinkle fresh chopped dill on top if you like.
11. EASY!!

 Serving Suggestions arrow Finely chopped dill on top.

Buon appetito!