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Wild pink pacific pasta

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Serves 2

Salmon and pasta dusted in grated carrot and apple.

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Ingredients

  • 100g Pasta
  • 50g grated apple
  • 50g grated carrot
  • 100g salmon
  • Sauce:
  • 20-25g Plain flour
  • 25g Margarine
  • 250ml Milk
  • 50g Cheese (grated
  • 1tsp (each) seasoning
  • 50g mushroom (chopped)
  • 1tbsp olive oil
  • Equipment:
  • Bowl
  • Wooden spoon
  • Hand whisk
  • Saucepan(s)
  • Chopping board
  • knife
  • colander

Method

    1. To make the sauce: Place flour, margarine and milk into a saucepan and stir well with the hand whisk.
    2. Bring slowly to the boil on a low heat stirring continually with the wooden spoon until the sauce thickens.
    3. Remove from heat and stir in the grated cheese. season with any seasonings you have chosen.
    4. Pour the sauce into a bowl. Then fry the mushrooms in the olive oil.
    5. Add the mushrooms to the sauce.
    6. Cooking pasta and serving: Put the pasta in a a saucepan of boiling water.
    7. Cook the pasta for 10-12minutes until its soft 'al dente'.
    8. Drain the pasta in a colander rinse with cold water and place on a plate.
    9. Pour the sauce on top of the pasta and sprinkle on the grated carrot and apple finally mix in the Salmon.

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marletscott
21st Oct, 2009
4.05
A lovely healthy recipe! Well done Sophie
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