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Creamy salmon pasta

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Cooking time

Prep: 1 minute Cook: 25 minutes

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 4

Quick simple pasta in a creamy sauce with flakes of salmon and healthy garden peas

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Ingredients

  • 400g tagliatelle or other long pasta
  • 3 salmon fillets
  • 170g frozen peas
  • 275ml crème fraîche
  • Black pepper
  • Parmasan cheese

Method

  1. Start to cook your pasta following the packet instructions. Meanwhile be cooking the salmon in a frying pan. You can either cut this into chunks before cooking or do this later. Cook the salmon for around 10 mins or untill pink through.

  2. if you have already chopped the salmon ignore this step. If not take a pair of scissors or clean hands break apart the salmon into flakes.

  3. Once the pasta is cooked add to the salmon also add in the peas and mix untill the peas are cooked.

  4. Pour in the crème fraîche and mix untill everything is covered.

  5. Serve with a sprinkling of black pepper and parmasan cheese. Enjoy!

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