From the blog the Traveler's Lunchbox, this recipe was originally inspired by a lavish pasta meal at the Florentine restaurant Acqua al 2. Both cold- and hot-smoked salmon work perfectly in this dish, as long as the fish is of good quality. If you want to reduce the number of servings, halve the recipe.
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FROM THE RECIPE:
Recipes like this are, unfortunately, all too rare. Most dishes designed to impress are full of complicated techniques, esoteric ingredients and tedious prep work. This one couldn't be farther from those if it tried. It takes literally twenty minutes from start to finish, pasta boiling time included (well, maybe a couple more if you want to get your onions nice and caramelized), and chances are, you've got more than half of the ingredients on hand already.
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