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Creamy Bow-tie Pasta with Salmon

Serves 4 #STARFineFoods Ingredients: 7 oz salmon 2/3 cups bow-tie pasta 8.5 oz heavy cream Star, roasted garlic oil a sprinkle of parsley salt and pepper, to taste Instructions:

Bring some water to the boil in a pan and add salt and the pasta. Bow-tie, or farfalle, is the best type of pasta for this recipe, but if you don’t have any, you can always use macaroni or any other short pasta.

Cook the salmon in a frying pan with a dash of Star Roasted Garlic Oil. When the fish turns lighter in color, add the black pepper and cream. Then stir for a couple of minutes and take off the heat.

Strain the pasta a couple of minutes earlier than the time indicated on the cooking instructions on the bag and save a glass of the water used to cook the pasta.

Put the sauce back on the heat, add the pasta and sauté for a minute. Sprinkle fresh parsley on top and serve warm.

For all pasta dishes, it’s always a good idea to make the sauce first. That way, when it’s time to strain the pasta, you’ll already have the sauce ready and waiting.

Creamy Bow-tie Pasta with Salmon

 #STARFineFoods

Ingredients

  • 7 oz salmon
  • 2/3 cups bow-tie pasta
  • 8.5 oz heavy cream
  • Star, roasted garlic oil
  • a sprinkle of parsley
  • salt and pepper, to taste

Instructions

1

Bring some water to the boil in a pan and add salt and the pasta. Bow-tie, or farfalle, is the best type of pasta for this recipe, but if you don’t have any, you can always use macaroni or any other short pasta.

2

Cook the salmon in a frying pan with a dash of Star Roasted Garlic Oil. When the fish turns lighter in color, add the black pepper and cream. Then stir for a couple of minutes and take off the heat.

3

Strain the pasta a couple of minutes earlier than the time indicated on the cooking instructions on the bag and save a glass of the water used to cook the pasta.

4

Put the sauce back on the heat, add the pasta and sauté for a minute. Sprinkle fresh parsley on top and serve warm.

For all pasta dishes, it’s always a good idea to make the sauce first. That way, when it’s time to strain the pasta, you’ll already have the sauce ready and waiting.

1

Bring some water to the boil in a pan and add salt and the pasta. Bow-tie, or farfalle, is the best type of pasta for this recipe, but if you don’t have any, you can always use macaroni or any other short pasta.

2

Cook the salmon in a frying pan with a dash of Star Roasted Garlic Oil. When the fish turns lighter in color, add the black pepper and cream. Then stir for a couple of minutes and take off the heat.

3

Strain the pasta a couple of minutes earlier than the time indicated on the cooking instructions on the bag and save a glass of the water used to cook the pasta.

4

Put the sauce back on the heat, add the pasta and sauté for a minute. Sprinkle fresh parsley on top and serve warm.

For all pasta dishes, it’s always a good idea to make the sauce first. That way, when it’s time to strain the pasta, you’ll already have the sauce ready and waiting.

Total Time: 30 minutes

Serves: 4

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