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Tagliatelle with fresh salmon and scallops

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Cooking Time: 20 minutes

Serving: 4 servings


Ingredients

200 g scallops

600 g fresh salmon

100 g butter

2 glasses of champagne

40 cl of crème fraîche

1 kg of tagliatelle

Chives

Salt and pepper

 

 

Step 1

Cut the fresh salmon into cubes

Step 2

Brown the scallops and fresh salmon in a frying pan with 200 g of butter. Keep warm. 

Step 3

Add the tagliatelle to boiling water, add salt and cook for 7 minutes. Drain

Step 4

Deglaze the cooking juices from browning the scallops and fresh salmon in Step 2 with 2 glasses of champagne as well as the crème fraîche and let reduce for 5 minutes over low heat. 

Step 5

Add the hot tagliatelle, scallops and diced salmon, season with salt and pepper. Mix gently and sprinkle with chopped chives.

 

Recommended Wine Pairing:

We recommend pairing the recipe with: 

 

Champagne Canard Duchene Cuvee Leonie Brut Sparkling Wine

Experience the essence of celebration with Canard Duchene Cuvee Leonie Brut. Using traditional methods and superior craftsmanship, this exquisite sparkling wine offers a flavor as luxurious and complex as its name. Enjoy this timeless classic and bring a moment of pure, Champagne-style elegance to your next gathering.

 

Champagne Moet & Chandon Imperial Brut Sparkling Wine

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Champagne Laurent Perrier Brut La Cuvee Sparkling Wine

 

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