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Salmon with macaroni from A Year of Good Eating: The Kitchen Diaries III (page 135) by Nigel Slater

  • salmon fillets
  • bay leaves
  • double cream
  • macaroni pasta
  • whole grain mustard
  • sourdough bread
  • fennel fronds

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    Can substitute smoked mackerel for salmon.

  • lilham on March 16, 2016

    The recipe asked for 400g of salmon and 150g of macaroni for 3-4 serving. That seems a lot of salmon for not a lot of pasta. Also 600ml seems a lot of cream too. I adjusted to the proportions to my taste - 200g of salmon, 200g of macaroni, and just enough cream to cover the pasta in the baking dish (about 300ml). I also added grated cheddar on the breadcrumb topping. The result is a creamy pasta bake with a hint of mustard. If you like a bland creamy pasta bake, you will like this one. Myself, I'm not a fan, but the children likes it.

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