There are some ingredients that you try and you wonder "wow, why haven't I tasted this before." And changes are if I recall correctly, if semi sundried tomatoes were introduced to me 6 years ago, I wouldn't have appreciated it as much as I do now.
Funny enough, it's the semi sundried that I enjoy having not the sundried version. There is something about the juicyness of semi sundried that stands itself apart from sundried part. Not that I know what is the exact difference of course.
My favourite way of having them is in my pasta. Certainly it adds the sweetness and tangyness to a "boring" simple pasta dish. This time round, I had a small amount of smoked salmon in the fridge and decided to use them up as well.
This is probably one of the most no-fuss recipes I have! It's amazing what you can conjour up after a tired day!!!!
Sundried Tomato Salmon Pasta
250 grams dried pasta
20 grams of smoked salmon
100 grams of semi sun dried tomatoes
1 cup of frozen peans
1 cup of frozen corn
1) Cook pasta in boiling water. Drain and keep aside.
2) In a hot pan, heat up some olive oil. Toss sundried tomatoes with pasta till warm throughout. Add peas and corns. Toss salmon through.
3) Serve it with cracked pepper!
Sharing this with the gang from Presto Pasta Nights hosted by Kopiaste and founded by Ruth from Once Upon a Feast!
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