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Tangy Smoked Salmon Pasta

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Serves 2

This is tasty, tangy and sooo easy to make!

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Ingredients

  • Juice of 1/2 lemon
  • 1 Advocado (ripe)
  • 200g Taramosalata
  • 100g smoked salmon (trimmings are fine if you are on a budget)
  • 300g fresh tagliatelle
  • Cracked black pepper
  • 2 lemon wedges (use your other piece of lemon)
  • Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Method

    1. Scoop out the advocado flesh and add to food processor.
    2. Add Taramosalata and lemon juice to food processor.
    3. Whizz together to make a creamy sauce. Add 4 or 5 twists of the pepper mill and whizz again.
    4. Cut smoked salmon into strips, reserve 8 strips for decoration.
    5. Tip your sauce into a microwave-proof bowl and stir your salmon through it.
    6. Place it in the microwave (800w) and set the microwave for 2 minutes but do not start.
    7. Cook the pasta according to instructions. When it is cooked press start on the microwave. After 2 mins stir and see if it is hot - it may need another minute.
    8. Drain the pasta and drizzle a little EV olive oil to help separate the pasta.
    9. Toss the pasta in half the sauce. Plate it and add remaining sauce on top.
    10. Garnish with reserved smoked salmon and a little cracked black pepper. Add extra lemon to taste.

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