Wednesday, April 4, 2007

What's for Supper? Linguine with Salmon Sauce

Chef Holding Pasta Over Pot Photographic Print by Howard Sokol


Yes, this sounds a little strange, but oh is it ever delicious! And did I mention, easy? Seriously, 15 minutes is all it takes! This is a real crowd pleaser.


Linguine with Salmon Sauce

2 cloves garlic, minced
1/4 c. butter
1/4 c. olive oil
1 tsp. coarsely cracked pepper
1 can salmon
clam juice
lemon juice
1 pound linguine, or thin spaghetti, cooked
2 Tbls. chopped parsley

Saute garlic in butter and olive oil until lightly browned ; add pepper. Measure 1/3 cup lemon juice , and 2/3 cup clam juice into measuring cup. Drain liquid from salmon. Flake salmon; add with liquids to garlic mixture. Bring to simmer; just before serving over linguine, stir in parsley.
I double this for our family of seven.

15 comments:

Tina said...

I love salmon,especially grilled.
This recipe sounds yummy!I think Allen would love it and Ash...both big salmon fans. Ally and Austin,not so much..but what do they know!lol

You may fix this for my birthday...that and homemade carrot cake! ;-D

Lori B said...

MMMM. Thanks for sharing. I'm going to copy this recipe and try it sometime.

Anna S said...

Is clam juice a must, or can it be replaced by something else?

Tracy said...

Anna,
You could leave out the clam juice, and substitute the liquid that the salmon was packed in. I hope that this helps!

Ash said...

Yum, that sounds delicious. I will definitely give that one a try. Thanks!

Candy said...

Just wanted to drop by and say good morning to you :)

Candy

Tracy said...

Good morning to you, too, Candy!

PortraitofPeter said...

As someone who is eager to have a variety in my diet - I just have to copy your splendid "drooling" recipe.

Thanks for sharing.

blessings and do appreciate your kind comments.

Christy said...

Oooohhh...We are trying this next week! Clay and I cook together one night a week (after the kids are in bed) this will be a perfect recipe to try!!

Tracy said...

Sounds very romantic, Christy, good for you two!

Barbara said...

Hi! Tracy
Found you thru Becky's site. Have copied and pasted your simple salmon recipe into word and will have a go at that when I want something in a hurry. Have a similar recipe myself with tinned salmon and pasta but will see how this one compares.
Am planning to come back and rea your blog. Not now as it is nearly midnight and we have just come in from dinner.
Do come and visit me if you have the time. Blessings.

Lori B said...

Hi Tracy. Come back to my site I posted my Marriage Meme. That was a fun one!

Tracy said...

Welcome Barbara! I'm glad that you found me! I've been to your site as well, and love it. I'll be visiting often!

Kim said...

Tracy,

I've only used canned Salmon once, and it was so full of bones that I have not used it since. Have you had this problem? Does the brand matter?

I would really like to make this receipe. Maybe I'll brave the Salmon.

Kim

Tracy said...

Kim,
Yes, you are right, the canned salmon IS full of bones. BUT they are very soft, and you can EASILY crush them as you flake the salmon! Even the vertebrae, just pinch them between you fingers. Actually, they are a wonderful source of calcium, and once crushed you never know that they are there. I hope that this helps.
~Tracy