This Salmon Pasta is lifted with some simple yet fresh ingredients, basil, tomatoes and onions from my garden. It makes for a light but filling quick meal!
Summer Tomato and Salmon Pasta.
I am still rocking some relatively light meals that are a little light on the meat front after eating bucket loads of the stuff in the last couple of weeks. This glorious salmon pasta recipe is just part of that!
We have spent the last few days without any electricity. Scheduled powers outages in our village from 8am till 4pm. Fortunately, this allowed us to really get in the garden do a load of chores.
We have also been out shopping far more than usual. Primarily with the aim of not getting round to those chores I just mentioned. On our journeys, we happened upon some awesome salmon and just had to buy it.
This salmon pasta dish is a bit of a twist on a dish that I tend to make with canned salmon. But it really does sing when paired with fresh salmon.
Salmon and pasta may sound like an unusual combination but it is actually really rather common!
Eating From The Garden
I really love this time of year, most of the remaining ingredients for this great salmon pasta recipe are all courtesy of months of hard work. Our tomatoes, herbs, and onions are all looking pretty spot on this year.
The herb success is more than a little unusual. We have been doing this for 7 years and always fail at growing herbs.
This year we have loads of them, no idea why because we have done nothing different. The conditions have largely been the same as usual and I have not made any sacrifices.
As a result, I am putting it down to Mother Nature being the usual fickle witch! A fact that confuses my very simple thinking brain!
Not only is the produce all looking pretty damn foxy outside we are approaching the height of summer which means our workload really does scale back. Most of our early crops are out of the ground and set aside for later use.
The long hot and dry days also mean that the grass is not growing. This means it no longer takes 6 hours to mow the garden.
All we now need to do is water every couple of days. Harvest a few bits and pieces and then enjoy the summer! As a result you should expect to see less fast meals like this salmon and pasta recipe and more involved cooking!
We also have lots planned and I am looking forward to getting out into the Hungarian Countryside.
May I be so bold to suggest that you hit me up on that there Instagram thingywatsit, I do not just post food over there so if you want a wee slice of Hungarian summer hop on over and follow me!