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Nicky's salmon and king prawn pasta in lemon garlic sauce recipe

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  • Salmon pasta

A quick and tasty pasta dish.

London, England, UK

32 people made this

IngredientsMakes: 1

  • 1 salmon fillet
  • 5 king size prawns (peeled)
  • 100g pasta
  • 1 lemon
  • 125ml white wine
  • 3 garlic gloves, crushed
  • 1 tbsp basil
  • 1/2 tsp salt and pepper
  • 2 tsp double cream

MethodPrep:3min ›Cook:20min ›Ready in:23min

  1. Cook the pasta in a large saucepan until al dente. Drain.
  2. Meanwhile, heat oil in a frying pan over medium heat. Add the salmon, king prawn tails and garlic and cook for five minutes.
  3. Add the lemon juce, whine, salt and pepper and simmer for another five minutes.
  4. Stir in the pasta and add the double cream and season with basil.

Serving suggestion

If you like it spicy, just add a chilli into the sauce.

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Reviews in English (2)

My go to simple salmon recipe. I don't use the big King prawns (because mostly they are warm water farmed and have little flavour), I use a couple of good handfuls of frozen cold water prawns, and use Waitrose frozen basil. (though the King prawns would look more impressive) We always have cream, lemon, garlic and pasta in the house so the only ingredient I need to buy is the salmon. (I might try throwing in some smoked salmon next time just to add a little something). PS the big single bulbed garlic that comes in the little baskets in Lidl are a little sweeter and milder, so I use half of the bulb. We'll be having it tonight, Christmas Eve with a green salad so we are ready to fill up tomorrow, Christmas Day.-24 Dec 2014

Excellent. Worked first time for me - a novice cook!-22 Nov 2012

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Thai slow cooked Red Beef Curry

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WTSIM copycat: Mixed berry tart courtesy of Lucullian Delight

This round of WTSIM Andrew is hosting is a bit of lazy one. not only because we don't even have to come up with a recipe ourselves, but merely re-create one recipe out of a previous edition, also because I am incredibly late, which is not entirely my fault, seeing that Andrew emailed everybody and their dog about what my challenge would be, but forgot to include ME in the email -) and by the time I realised, I was already swamped with other things, like deadlines for articles for National Geographic and assignments to be handed in at uni - not to speak of the dreadful weather outside which really didn't have me storming out to get summery berries!

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At the start of the new year, the word most people have on their lips is the dreaded "D-word". whether that means diet or detox is irrelevant, but everybody seems to overdo it over the holidays - not surprisingly, it's like you suddenly have time on your hand and the first thing you think of is food. Also, I always buy far too much, no matter how well I plan it - my typical shopping lists for the three Christmas days and the one for New Year's are both usually 2 A4 pages long and by the time I hit the shops, I never quite know what each ingredient is for (especially much-used items that might appear in various dishes, like herbs, onions, garlic. ), so am unsure about quantities. and as a result, we're still eating leftovers of our New Year's dinner well into January.

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A beautiful and healthy way to see in the New Year - may it bring you everything you wish for (and more)!

Scallop ceviche spoons with avocado & mango
(serves 4 as a starter, yields roughly 60 tasting spoons)

400 g big, juicy scallops (alternatively, use halibut or a mixture of the two)
ca. 2 cm fresh root ginger (peeled)
1 red chilli (seeds and membranes removed)
4 juicy limes (untreated)
1 large mango
1 large avocado
1 echalion (a type of shallot, large and pink)
40 g fresh coriander
olive oil

Clean the scallops, removing the tough muscle, wash them and pat the dry thoroughly with kitchen towel. Cut into dice of about 7-10 mm with a sharp knife - you don't want to bruise them too much or they'll release too much water. If using halibut, proceed in the same way, but also watch out for bones and remove them.

Wash the limes and remove the peel with a zester, finely chop the peel as well as the chilli and add both to the scallops. Juice the limes, grate the ginger and pour over the fish, gently stirring through. Leave to cure in the fridge for 2 hours.

Peel the mango and avocado, remove the stone and cut into small dice, again about 7-10 mm. Peel and finely chop the echalion. Add to the fish and carefully stir through, without bruising the avocado. Drain, reserving the marinade in a bowl. Season the ceviche with salt, pepper, some olive oil and the remaining marinade, to taste. Especially if serving on spoons, the mixture should be quite dry.

Chop the coriander finely and stir into the ceviche just before serving.

If serving as fingerfood, arrange a biteful of ceviche on tasting spoons, decorate with more coriander to your liking.
If serving as a starter, arrange in martini glasses or bowls and serve with tortilla chips or toasted baguette on the side.

Posted on Jan 06, 2009 at 10:20 PM in Canapés and Finger Food | Permalink


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