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Smoked Salmon Ricotta Pasta


I’m really not sure the looks of this one. Having said that, it is probably one of the most easiest pasta dish I have done. Nothing can be more simpler than folding a couple of ricotta cheese through warmed pasta with smoked salmon. I cooked some corn, peas and sliced up capsicum on a pan with a little garlic and oil. Toss them though with pasta and viola. All done!

oh.. and err.. hehe. I got the inspiration from an add from Perfect Italiano- this hunk folding ricotta cheese through some basil pasta. *giggle giggle*-it’s a hilarious commercial!

What surprises me though is how creamy, tasty and fulfilling this dish is. And bonus? I found more recipes on the Perfect Italiano webbie!

Smoked Salmon Ricotta Pasta (serves 4)
250 grams of pasta cooked and drained

1 cup of corn
1 cup of peas
1 huge red capsicum
1 tub of ricotta cheese.

Parmesan cheese to serve with.

Saute veges with oil and garlic. Toss through veges and pasta then add chopped up smoked salmon. Fold cheese through. Serve with Parmesan cheese and cracked pepper.

Sharing this with my friends from Presto Pasta founded by Ruth from Once Upon a Feast. This week’s host is the awesome Rachel from Crispy Cook (love that name btw!).


*mid week bump* Just a gentle reminder to vote for me for the Bride of the Month please!!! As daily as you can. Thank you!!!! *muacks*

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8 thoughts on “Smoked Salmon Ricotta Pasta”

  1. Thanks RachelAmy- aww. u r sweet.TracieMoo- I have NO idea! Somehow I just err.. saw the commericial and did. It does sound weird hey..little corner- Me too! Sometimes i dont feel like cooking too.

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