No Count Summer Salmon

This was a gorgeous dish, full of flavours and ideal for a warm summer evening.  It is free on No Count or 7 points if tracking (including 70g of pasta).

Ingredients (serves 4):

  • 4 salmon fillets
  • 280g wholewheat pasta
  • 200ml Yeo Valley 0% fat crème fraiche
  • a tbsp capers, finely chopped
  • the zest and juice of a lemon
  • a tbsp fresh dill, finely chopped

Method:

  1. Cook the salmon in the oven – I wrap mine in tin foil and cook on 180C for half an hour.
  2. Boil some water in a pan and cook the pasta – I cook dried pasta for 15 minutes.
  3. Put the crème fraiche in a bowl and add the capers, lemon juice and zest and the dill. Season to taste and mix it all together.
  4. Once the pasta and salmon are ready, drain the pasta and pour the crème fraiche mixture into the pan. Stir together.
  5. Cut the salmon fillets into chunks and add to the pasta.
  6. Serve straight away, while still warm, and enjoy!

Served here with asparagus – cooked in a tsp olive oil with a splash of soy sauce added at the end.

14 thoughts on “No Count Summer Salmon”

    1. Hi Kathy, it’s nice to hear that you like the look of this one. Hope you enjoy it tomorrow and have a lovely weekend, Helen xxx

  1. How’s that for coincidence, I was toying with the idea of Tuna ,Pasta Bake for tonight’s tea. then I spotted this post from today, in my emails. Just what I needed ! A No Count version! Decision made,,,,,,,Thanks Helen.

    1. That’s a great coincidence Viv – I’m glad I posted it today as it’s been a popular choice for tea tonight. Thank you for using the website and I hope you enjoy tonight’s meal:-) Helen xxx

      1. I made it with Tuna, didn’t use the capers, but it was very nice any how. Even my O,H. enjoyed it ,very filling ,which is what we want. I will use the Salmon next time, can’t wait! thanks, xxx

        1. Hi Viv, glad you and the OH enjoyed i:-) I was surprised by just how filling it was! Hope you both have a great weekend, Helen xxx

    1. Thank you Jeanette – it is! It’s great for a warm evening – if we’re lucky enough to have any more:-) Helen xxx

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