Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Simple Lemon Pepper Salmon Over Spaghetti

This experiment recipe came out pretty-darn-good. I was thinking of clam sauce when I made up this dish. Instead of marinara sauce, I use a bottled marinade from the grocery store and Salmon in place of the clams.  In place of regular pasta, I used a multi-grain pasta, (which I like better than whole wheat).


1 16 oz. bottle of lemon pepper marinade ( I use Lawry's; buy any brand you like.)
1 lb of salmon fillets- try to get boneless
1 lb cooked thin spaghetti- (I use Barilla Multigrain Plus for this recipe.)
2 beefsteak tomatoes, diced (I have about 5000 from my garden that are ripe- Email me if you want some!)
Parmesan cheese

  1. Cook pasta and set aside.
  2. Fry salmon in 4 tbsp of marinade until it is pink on both sides. Then break fish apart in the pan and add the remainder of the marinade.
  3. Add the diced tomatoes to the marinade.
  4. Cook the salmon and the tomatoes in the marinade for about 5 minutes longer.
  5. Pour mixture over pasta and add Parmesan cheese to taste.
  6. This amount serves about 4 people. It goes well with a salad and Italian bread.

1 comment:

Hillary Miller said...

Hi Loren,
It's a great recipe!
Don't you know that you can store and share your recipe with more than 13,000 foodies around the world?
We have an online cookbook and community, and surely we're always looking for more creative recipes to add to our database.

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