A quick and classic French side with Greek influence. A healthy and tasty clean recipe with mushrooms, tomatoes and herbs.
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I am still on a quest to learn French cooking. The recipes are usually simple but with really good ingredients. This latest recipe is a Greek inspired mushroom recipe with French origins. I happened to have an abundance of baby portobello mushrooms leftover from my Boeuf Bourguignon recipe. This side dish is amazingly easy and pretty quick too. Definitely a weeknight contender for those that want home cooking during the week but don’t have much time. Maybe pair it with some pasta that cooks up quickly.
If you have other mushroom ideas, please share. I love mushrooms but only have a small arsenal of recipes to use them in. I love their taste and texture, both raw and cooked.
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Friday 26th of October 2018
I love mushrooms. I usually just sautée them just with some garlic salt. This recipe was so easy and quick! I enjoyed this side dish with some crusty bread to soak up the tomato broth. It was delicious!
Wednesday 31st of October 2018
I think some of the best meals I have eaten are the simplest with quality ingredients. Glad you enjoyed this Hannah, Mwwaah!
Thursday 29th of March 2018
I think raw mushrooms make a great snack. I don't have many mushroom recipes either other than throwing a bunch on a pizza. I need more mushroom recipes, saving this out of necessity and because it looks easy and yummy:)