Mushrooms,broccoli and smoked salmon pastas sauce. Great recipe for Mushrooms,broccoli and smoked salmon pastas sauce. Mix the pastas with this sauce and you will probably want to do it again. Divide between four bowls and serve straight away.
Transfer the broccoli-mushroom mixture to the pasta. Wipe the pan clean with a damp kitchen towel, add the remaining tablespoon of olive oil to the pan, and heat until hot. Season the salmon with salt and black pepper as needed. You can cook Mushrooms,broccoli and smoked salmon pastas sauce using 9 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Mushrooms,broccoli and smoked salmon pastas sauce
- It’s 150 grams of mushrooms.
- Prepare 100 grams of smoked salmon cut in small pieces.
- It’s 150 grams of broccoli.
- It’s 250 ml of single cream.
- It’s of Salt.
- You need of Fresh ground black pepper.
- It’s 2 Tbs of extra virgin olive oil.
- You need of White wine.
- You need of Fresh parsley.
Drain the salmon and stir in. Add to the pan with the leeks, along with the salmon and thyme; add crème fraiche and stir to mix. Add the drained pasta and toss to mix. For people who want the flavor but not the bacon, smoked salmon is the perfect substitute!
Mushrooms,broccoli and smoked salmon pastas sauce step by step
- Take a sauce pan and put the 2 Tbs of olive oil.
- Add the mushrooms and fry the a bit together with the olive oil until soft. Are going to let a bit of water but no worries. Add a bit of white wine and let the alcohol evaporate..
- Add the salmon to the mushrooms and let it fry a bit until pink colour. Add the brocolli and let it simmering for like few minutes. I put frozen broccoli cause is easier to cook and will not take too long to cook it..
- Now put the single cream and mix well with the brocolli, mushrooms and salmon. Add salt and fresh ground black pepper. And garnish with fresh parsley..
- It can be served with lot of kind of pastas. We had it with penne rigate. Was yummmyyyyy!! Let me know guys if you liked it.:-) Enjoy the meal..
This is a lighter version of pasta carbonara. For people who want the flavor but not the bacon, smoked salmon is the perfect substitute!. Heat to just below boiling point, and then gradually stir in cheese until the sauce. A really quick, easy sauce for 'pasta asciutta,' which means 'dry pasta.' It's not a dish over-loaded with sauce, but one that appreciates the simple smokiness of good smoked salmon. Serve sprinkled with some Parmesan or garnished with some parsley.