Fried salmon on broccoli pasta

E in a simple and delicious dish that I had cooked for the child at lunchtime. The man came to the kitchen, attracted by the scent, and was happy that I still had some of the raw materials left over for dinner. With a small cold sauce, this becomes a more sophisticated option for two adults:

Here comes the recipe for fried salmon on broccoli noodles:

Cook 200g of noodles or spaghetti in a large pot in sufficient water and salt (later this will add broccoli)

Wash 2 servings of fresh (!) salmon filet and maybe clean it a bit (TK goes to the emergency - but it's really a world of difference to the more expensive but all the more delicious option).

One Heat the pan and sear the salmon in a little bit of butter and olive oil on the skin side. Salting and peppering . Fry for 2 to 3 minutes, then turn and fry for another 3 minutes.

Add fresh or frozen broccoli florets to the boiling noodles and cook for 3 minutes.

While salmon and pasta/broccoli are still cooking, 2 tablespoons of sour cream with 1 dash of lemon juice , stir, salt and pepper . Rub the peel of the (of course untreated) lemon very finely (I LOVE MICROPLANE) and add it with some sugar or honey or Ahnornsirup to the sour cream and stir until smooth.

I added some Cubebit Pepper - it brings a great ginger or guards note. You can, but you do not have to.

Drain noodles/broccoli, let salmon rest briefly. Then spread the pasta on the plates, put the salmon with the skin side up on top and drizzle with the sour cream.

I still had chives in the fridge - which was also very good in interaction.