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We’re 2 school kids of 13 and think your recipe would be good for our assessment. Do you have any advice for sizes for one person?
Hi Elise,I have made this so many times and don’t remember if I’ve ever reviewed it, but last week my husband said “this is good enough for guests” so that’s what I’m doing tonight for my birthday group. I always use the honey smoked salmon that Costco carries…in a vacuum sealed bag…it’s so delicious. I also add a few capers, fresh dill, a dollop of pesto at the end. This is one of the best recipes EVER and it goes together so quickly. Thanks so much!
I can’t have pasta, but I do enjoy a slice of smoked salmon on toast topped with an egg.
Mixed with filling for deviled eggs, on Eggs Benedict and a lot of other things.
Fairly inexpensive is Costco. They have smoked salmon in a box of vacuum sealed packages of 3 to four slices of smoked salmon. Really nice. I believe each box has 8(?) packages.
Charlie, You might try spaghetti squash as a substitute. I have made this dish for years, really worth trying.
I loved it and I’m not even sure I made it exactly right as I had been drinking the rose wine(yes, rose cause that’s what I had) I intended to use- and actually had enough left! Anyhou at first taste I thought “way too lemony?’ but then after adding the cream, smoked salmon, a little parmesan, dill and black pepper it was just right! I love that the recipe gives options like using onion if shallots aren’t available. Linguine was the pasta used. This dish was quick easy and I even mixed in some fresh arugula at the very end.
Thank you for this recipe! I added a few pinches of red pepper flakes with the shallots and few tablespoons of good quality parmesan at the end. This recipe is now bookmarked & will be in my regular rotation!
Easy to prepare, extraordinary taste. A keeper!
I dont normally like thick creamy fettuccine alfredo like dishes but me and my husband loved how light this dish is! It is also versatile, would be great with asparagus tips, capers or broccoli added. We did add some smoked white cheddar cheese since we had it and used bowtie pasta and it turned out great! We also used fresh parsley. Will try with dill next time. Overall was pleasantly surprised with how this turned out and will be making again!
Bland and completely tasteless, even with 1 1/2 times the amount of smoked salmon!
excellent ! added 1/2 cube of low sodium vegatable stock (no wine) and 11/2 tablespoon lemon . Worth doing again a real winner !
I found your recipe while attempting to satiate a craving I’ve had based on a delectable memory – from where and when I still can’t recall. Delicious! Thank you for sharing!
This was delicious! I will definitely be cooking it again. It was so light and tasty. I tossed some broccoli florets in with the pasta for the last couple of minutes so we had some greenery as well.
Would this be good served cold? I need a dish to make several hours ahead to bring to a party. Looks delicious, but worried that once chilled it may not be creamy anymore.
Hi Michelle, I would leave out the cream, add it a bit more olive oil, and serve at room temperature.
Quick, easy and tasty – used a little less cream than suggested so it wasnt to heavy.
Super easy and delicious! The lemon flavor comes through so delicately yet distinctly. I used 1/4 cup of creme fraiche and frozen peas for the vegetable. Also went with gluten free fusilli.
I loved it!..definitely a keeper!
Absolutely fabulous, loved, loved, loved this recipe!
I’m so excited to make this for a brunch potluck this weekend! Will probably leave out the cream to keep it light.
I made his tonight for dinner and my family really enjoyed it. I followed the recipe pretty closely for quantities except I used quinoa pasta instead of regular. I forgot to save the pasta water so used a bit of veggie broth that I had on hand. Added a touch more cream and wine. Oh and used peas instead of asparagus. It was great!!
I forgot the capers☺
If u like salmon spaghetti then maybe put finely chopped onion in with minced garlic in hot garlic oil pan and brown. Then add the cream and smoked salmon and dill and lemon zest and juice and touch tomato paste. Balance to suit u then serve up on aldente spaghetti