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A long-time favourite.
"I love this with the goat cheese but cannot eat goat cheese right now so I swapped it for cream cheese and added some tabasco. I think that I'll also add some tomato paste or sun dried tomatoes if I substitute cream cheese again."- AntarcticCat
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In a large nonstick skillet, heat butter and olive oil. Add onion and garlic and cook until onion is soft. Add evaporated milk and cheese and cook on low stirring constantly, until cheese is melted. Add spinach and salmon; stir to combine until salmon is heated through. Add pasta and toss lightly.
Original recipe calls for 2 ounces of cheddar cheese and no smoked salmon.
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AntarcticCat 8 months agoI love this with the goat cheese but cannot eat goat cheese right now so I swapped it for cream cheese and added some tabasco. I think that I'll also add some tomato paste or sun dried tomatoes if I substitute cream cheese again.
jamesharrison1 1 year agoAverage too much of the same thing needs a kick
RebeccaBergeron 1 year agoDoubled the salmon and chèvre! Yummy!!
RVanderwielen 1 year agoOops ...meant to say yummy ...also I doubled the salmon.
joycechapmanfiorilli 1 year agoVery tasty... I would recommend 2 oz more smoked salmon... Loved the taste.
Waterstone 1 year agoAmazing!!!! Even my 3 year old loved it. Can't wait to make it again.
Wutznot2luv 1 year agoI cheated and just used pre made Alfredo sauce and added spinach and smoked salmon. Super yummy!
Whittas22 2 years agoVery nice and simple, thanks!!
donisflying 3 years agoGoat cheese wasn't available so I went with Feta cheese, also I added capers and did a white wine reduction with the sauce - one of the best meals we've had in a long time!
jerry131 5 years agoI liked this recipe. I didn't have all the ingredients handy so I substituted Gournay cheese for the Chevre, regular salmon and liquid smoke for the smoked salmon. It still came out very tasty.
susanjm 8 years agoOriginal recipe calls for 2 ounces of cheddar cheese and no smoked salmon. [I posted this recipe.]