Salmon with tomatoes and spinach in spicy vodka cream sauce

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This was really good! It's basically Rigatoni with tomato, spinach, and prosciutto in spicy vodka cream sauce but without the pasta and substituting salmon.

Serves 1 as listed below, multiply as necessary.

I used a 5.2 oz. piece of salmon (previously frozen). Season with salt, freshly ground black pepper, and spritz with a little olive oil.

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The rest of the ingredients are:

small tomato, diced
clove of garlic, minced
spinach
grated Parmesan cheese

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Add olive oil to a sauté pan. Cook the tomato and garlic on one side, and salmon on the other.

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When the salmon is nicely browned, flip. You may want to add some more olive oil to prevent the skin from sticking.

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Plate the salmon.

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Add the spinach and a splash of spicy hot pepper vodka.

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Add salt, freshly ground black pepper. Push the vegetables to the side. Add heavy cream and the Parmesan cheese. Once the sauce is a good consistency, combine.

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Add the sauce and vegetables to the salmon.

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