Many years ago we passed through Palm Beach and had dinner at an amazing restaurant with this amazing dish. We enjoyed it so much that I have been preparing it quite often. It is so quick and easy to make so that you might want to try it.
Added to that, salmon is one of the very best kinds of health food with its omega acids and non-saturated fats. These elements are also good to build up a good, optimistic mood. So, go with the bears and enjoy more fish!
For 2 servings:
- 2 generous slices of salmon, with the skin
- 2 portions of spaghetti
- 1 packet of chunky tomato sauce
- 1 jar of capers
- lemon juice
Rip off a large square of aluminum foil for each slice of salmon. In the middle I always place a bit of sulfurized paper so the fish won’t stick. Roll up the sides of the foil to make little packets and place them on a baking sheet. Cook on the middle rack of your oven at 200° C/ 390° F. for about 12 – 15 minutes depending on the thickness of the fish.
Meanwhile bring a pot of salted water to a boil and cook the spaghetti at middle temperature for about 9-11 minutes, depending on how al dente or cooked you like them.
Whenn the spaghetti are finished, drain them and heat the chunky tomato sauce with the warm pot. Salt and pepper according to gusto.
Serve the salmon with lemon juice drizzles over it and a sprinkling of lemon pepper. Serve the tomato spaghetti dotted with capers.
Enjoy! Bon appétit! Que aproveches!