Wednesday, October 17, 2012

cooking:smoked salmon pasta with kale in a creamy goat cheese sauce

so as most people know, we live in the seattle area and we LOVE it!
i was wandering around barnes and nobles and found this great cookbook featured in the food section
 and since seattle is infamous for pike place market, i decided to give it a go!
this creamy kale and salmon pasta dish was from this book and it was sooooo good that with just this one dish... the book paid for itself! i would have easily paid for this recipe if i knew it was going to be this delicious!
begin by boiling salted water for your rigatoni
wash and chop a whole head of kale
half will be for the pasta dish
and the other half you can use to assemble a kale ceasar salad as a side dish
cook you noodles al dente according to the package
wilt your kale in a large pan with a bit of olive oil
chop a piece of smoked salmon filet
add half a cup of cream to you kale
with your chopped salmon and let simmer
reserve some pasta water 
before draining your noodles
add your noodles and 5 ounces of goat cheese to you pan
mix well and season with salt and pepper
garnish with some extra goat cheese
and serve!
don't forget your kale salad!
good eats! with love from seattle,

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