16 December, 2012

Salmon Linguine with Snow Peas and Fresh Cilantro


250 g linguine

200 g salmon steaks
1 teaspoon dried basil
1 teaspoon dried oregano
1 bunch fresh cilantro
3 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon cooking oil
1/2 red onions
8 snow peas
3 dried red chilies
8 garlic cloves
5 g coarse salt
3 teaspoons plain flour
200 ml whole milk
100 g cheddar cheese

Cut Salmon into cubes and marinate in Lime Juice for about an hour.
Boil water and salt and 1 Tablespoon Cooking Oil.
When water starts to boil, add the Linguine.
Linguine should be cooked Al Dente in abt. 10 mts.
Drain the same in cold water to prevent further cooking.
Mince the Onion & Garlic into small pcs.
Take a wok and add 1 tablespoon Olive Oil and toss in the Onion & Garlic.
When Onion starts to soften, julienne the Snow peas and add to the wok.
When the Snow peas start turning a bright light green, add the milk.
When milk comes to a boil, mix the plain flour in a cup of cold water and add to the wok.
When the mixture starts thickening, add the cheese.
Once cheese is fully melted, add in the salmon, the oregano, basil.
Mince the dried chilies into flakes and also add the same to the mixture.
Mix well.
Before serving, sprinkle in the minced Cilantro.
Adding Capers or sliced Jalapenos is optional.

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4 voice(s) said so:

Simran said...

That creamy sauce looks so yumm! I have somehow not been able to master the white sauce thingy :( Shall keep trying though!

├čiju said...

this recipe sounds very interesting and simple. I think i can manage to do it myself.

Swati Raman Garg said...

iam in a white sauce spurt these days and urs looks perfect..

Pinksocks said...

Fast, fresh and tempting :)