Hot Smoked Salmon Pasta

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Hot Smoked Salmon Pasta

Cannot tell a lie, this one is lifted directly from the Salmonman flier that we picked up somewhere.

Salmonman sells all kinds of salmon -- from smoked fillets to steaks and marinated kebabs -- as well as prawns and shrimps. And delivers to your door in New Zealand. Check out the website here.

This one was dead easy, as you may see.

It is rich, but delicious.

INGREDIENTS

200grams hot smoked salmon chunks (from www.salmonman.co.nz of course)

500gm pasta

50ml cream

sweet chilli sauce

3 spring onions sliced

2 garlic cloves crushed

one tablespoon oil

one tomato peeled and chopped

juice of a lemon

METHOD

Cook your pasta (your choice, but vermicelli is good) and separately fry the spring onions and garlic in oil in a large pan for a minute or so. Add the diced tomato and cook for another minute or so, then add the cream, two tablespoons of sweet chilli sauce and simmer for a couple of minutes.

Add the hot smoked salmon and lemon juice.

Remove pasta when cooked and drain, then place on plates. Then pour over your salmon mixture.

Easy as that. Yum.

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