Creamed Salmon and Peas over Linguini
If you care about your diet and your health in general, then this recipe for "Creamed Salmon and Peas over Linguini" is just what you need. Thanks to this blog called A Family Feast, we were able to discover this dish that is not only healthy, but it is also mouth-watering. This blog is owned by Martha and Jack, a couple from Boston, Massachusetts. They don't just have recipes and meal ideas on their page, but they even have a lot of "How To" articles that you will find useful around the kitchen. It's nice a couple that cooks together, it's an interesting take on a recipe blog that you don't see all that often.
This couple has a passion for cooking and they were often asked for their recipes, so they thought of building a blog that will enable them to share their food ideas to the world. Their relationship was even somewhat built because of their interest in cooking. Back when they were still dating, they used to impress each other with their recipes. In fact, this dish is a product of their dating years. Jack first came up with the idea for this delicious linguini dish to win Martha’s heart. He did a pretty good job because she was really impressed. Lots of couples could really learn from these two when it comes to relationship as well.
Now back to this scrumptious meal, all you need is 30 minutes to make it happen and that already includes both the prepping and the cooking time. This creamed Salmon and peas over linguini recipe is good to serve 6 to 8 people, assuming one won’t come back for another round. Some of the ingredients that you will need are a couple of tablespoons of butter, extra virgin oil, linguini, salmon, pancetta, shallots, white wine, flour, heavy cream, mustard, green peas and some parsley for garnish.
To start making this tasty dinner recipe you can begin by bringing a pot of salted water to a boil and cooking the linguini according to the package directions. When the pasta is cooking, you can then heat a large non stick sauce pan with some oil and some butter over medium high heat. Once you get the butter nice and hot and frothy, you can add some of the salmon to the pan, making sure to put in the pieces without touching. You can saute the salmon for about 1 1/2 minutes on each side and turn with tongs, to cook the other side for the same amount of time. Once the salmon is done remove it from the pan and put it on a platter. Then add the rest of your oil and butter and once again cook your other batch of salmon, again removing then and adding them to the platter when done.
You don't have to cook the salmon all the way through, as it will further cook once it is in the sauce. You can lower the heat of the large frying pan and add in your pancetta and cook until it is close to crisp. Then you can add the shallots and cook for a bit longer, until they start to get a bit soft. To the pan add some wine and deglaze the pan. When the wine has almost evaporated, you can add in your flour and stir, keep on stirring with a wooden spoon to moisten the flour.
Salmon has plenty of healthy oils that you want to get into your diet. Did you know that salmon is considered one of the superfoods? Which really just means that it is something that you want to incorporate into your diet on a regular basis, with all those healthy oils that help your brain and body function optimally, salmon is also a good and healthy source of protein. Salmon is definitely an ingredient, you don't have to feel guilty about eating, as you know it is so good for you.
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