Farfalle Salmon Salad

Ingredients for Salmon Salad with Farfalle

  1. Farfalle pasta 100 grams
  2. Water 1 liter
  3. Salt 1 teaspoon
  4. Frozen peas 100 grams
  5. Raw egg yolk 1 piece
  6. Boiled egg yolk 1 piece
  7. Mustard 1 teaspoon
  8. Lemon juice 1 tablespoon
  9. Sunflower oil 100 milliliters
  10. Greek yogurt 3 tablespoons with a slide
  11. Salt to taste
  12. Ground pepper to taste
  13. Canned corn 100 grams
  14. Smoked salmon 150 grams
  • Main Ingredients: Salmon, Peas, Corn, Pasta
  • Serving 4 servings


Saucepan, colander, salad bowl, kitchen knife, whisk, cutting board, plates.

Making salmon salad with farfalle:

Step 1: Cook the pasta.

Boil the pasta in 1 liter of boiling, salted water for 8 minutes. Then throw the butterflies in a colander to drain the water and leave the paste to cool at room temperature.

Step 2: Cook the peas.

Frozen peas should also be boiled in salted water. Dip it in boiling water and cook for 5 minutes. Then throw it in a colander and cool.

Step 3: make mayonnaise.

Beat the yolks (both raw and boiled) with mustard until smooth.
Continuing to stir, add lemon juice. Beat everything until smooth.
Continuing to beat, pour in a thin stream of oil gradually, to get the mayonnaise of the desired consistency.
When the mayonnaise is ready, salt and pepper it, and then mix to distribute the spices.
Add Greek yogurt to the mayonnaise, mix, and the salad dressing is ready!

Step 4: prepare the corn.

Drain the excess fluid from the corn.

Step 5: prepare the salmon.

Cut salmon into thin slices.

Step 6: prepare salmon salad with farfalle.

Lay the salad in layers, placing the ingredients in the following sequence: green peas, dressing, farfalle pasta, mayonnaise, corn and beautifully laid salmon at the very top. Everything! You can serve it to the table!
Attention: This puff salad does not need to be insisted at all.

Step 7: serve salmon salad with farfalle.

Salmon salad with farfalle will amaze you and your guests with sophistication and originality. I hope you like it so much that it will appear not only on your New Year's table, but will also be present on regular days at lunch or dinner all next year.
Enjoy your meal!