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Halal Salmon Pasta

30 minutes total

For those who follow a halal diet, finding recipes that meet dietary restrictions can be challenging. This halal salmon pasta recipe is a delicious and easy-to-make dish that's perfect for those who follow halal guidelines. With simple ingredients like Barilla® Penne Rigate, fresh or smoked salmon, halal dry white wine, and halal cream, this recipe is full of flavor and perfect for any occasion.

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Ingredients

Serves 4

320 g (11,3 oz) Barilla® Penne rigate
200g salmon (fresh or smoked)
40g butter
½ glass Halal dry white wine
½ lemon lemon juice
2-3 tbsp Halal cream
to taste chives
to taste Salt and pepper

Disclaimer

Individuals with allergies or specific dietary concerns should verify that the ingredients they utilize for the recipes comply with their restrictions. *Such a line meets the VEGAN, GLUTEN FREE, LACTOSE-FREE AND KOSHER needs

Method

Step 1

Here are four easy steps for the perfect lactose-free salmon pasta:

Step 2

In a pan, melt the butter, then add the salmon pieces and mix together. Sprinkle the mixture with lemon juice, let it evaporate, then add the halal cream, white wine, salt, and pepper. Cook for five minutes.

  • butter
  • salmon
  • lemon
  • halal cream
  • halal white wine
  • salt
  • pepper

Step 3

While the salmon mixture is cooking, bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Add the pasta and cook according to the package directions.

  • penne rigate

Step 4

Drain the penne when it's "al dente," then pour it into the pan with the salmon mixture. Whisk for about one minute over low heat.

Step 5

Transfer the pasta onto a dish and top it with chives or your preferred herb, such as dill, wild fennel, or pink pepper.

  • chives
  • dill

Passive cooking

Did you know you can now cook your pasta cutting emission by up to 80%? Try using Passive Cooking, and innovative method that involves using residual heat from just-boiled water to cook pasta, eliminating the need for constant boiling and monitoring. The result is a more sustainable, energy-efficient, and time-saving way to cook pasta.

Tip

You can replace chives by dill, wild fennel or pink pepper