Vincenzo’s Plate Tips
Cut the Salmon into Strips
Add Garlic to Give the Dish Flavor
Add a Splash of Water to The Garlic
Prepare the Skillet with Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Prepare Carbonara Sauce
Toss the Ingredients
Get Every Drop of Cream!
How to Serve Salmon Carbonara
If you have extra sauce in the original bowl, add your ingredients and let it soak as you toss it one more time.
Now, it is time to scoop some pasta onto the middle of a plate and plate the dish as is. To make the dish even more appealing, go ahead and add extra salmon on top as a garnish.
Salmon Carbonara Recipe
- 1 knife
- 1 Chopping-board
- 1 large pot for frying
- 1 Slotted spoon for frying
- 1 late
- 1 Spoon
- 1 Small bowl for eggs
- 1 fork to beat the eggs
- 1 wooden spoon
- 1 Frying pan
- 1 Mug
- Silicone tongs
- 1 Salmon Filet
- 250 grams Squid ink pasta tagliatelle approx 9 oz
- 3 Eggs
- Pecorino cheese as much as you like
- Dash of pepper or to your preferred taste
- 1 1 clove of garlic
- Extra virgin olive oil as much as required
To Prepare and Cook the salmon
- Cut the salmon into thin strips, then slice vertically to make them into thinner slices.
- Chop 1 clove of garlic (use a garlic crusher if you have one), heat oil over medium heat and toss garlic in for 10 seconds.
- Add salmon and stir for 2-3 minutes. Take it off the heat and let cool.
To Cook the pasta
- Start boiling water and add 1 tablespoon of rock salt.
- Add the squid ink pasta once the water boils and follow the cooking instructions on the package for timing.
- After the pasta is cooked, remove it from the pot so it doesn’t overcook. Keep about 1 mug of pasta water for the sauce.
To Make the Carbonara Sauce
- Crack 3 entire eggs into your mixing bowl and beat them well.
- Add a generous amount of pepper.
- Add half of the pecorino cheese and mix before adding the rest. This ensures it gets creamy without getting too thick. (Keep a little bit of pecorino on the side for a topping)
To Complete the Dish
- Place the skillet with salmon over heat and add the squid ink pasta. The heat is
- important as it allows all the flavors to marry together.
- Toss the salmon and pasta to combine further then turn off the heat and add the carbonara sauce.
- Stir it all in and then toss it to make the meal creamier.
- Now, it is time to serve!
E ora si mangia, Vincenzo’s Plate… Enjoy!
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