I seem to have lost an old, favorite recipe - last made about 10 years ago - during a move. The recipe came from a college friend who was from Cypress, but his family was in the diplomatic corps and he lived all over the world, so I've not a clue about the origins. I'm fairly certain that I have some of the ingredients down, but am uncertain about quantities. Any ideas are welcome.
Smoked salmon, cut into ribbons
Tomato paste, from a tube
Heavy cream or whipping cream or 1/2 and 1/2
Dried herb (parsley? Oregano? Italian seasoning?)
Frozen white shoepeg corn, cooked
Cooked pasta (penne? Rigatoni? Fettuccine?)
Saute some tomato paste in olive oil. Add green herb(s). Add cream and reduce? Stir in cooked corn. Stir in smoked salmon. Toss with cooked pasta.
It seems odd that I'm not remembering any onions or garlic - would those be included? Any idea how much of each ingredient I should use? Many thanks!