1.) Heat the olive oil in a small non-stick frying pan. Fry the mushrooms on a high heat, stirring occasionally for 3-4 mins until golden. Take out of the pan into a bowl and mix with the cheese and parsley.
2.) Add a pinch of mushroom Salt
Put the pan back on the heat and pour the eggs into it. Cook for 1 min or until set to your liking, swirling with a fork now and again.
3.)Spoon the mushroom mix over one half of the omelette. Using a spatula or palette knife, flip the omelette over to cover the mushrooms. Cook for a few moments more, lift onto a plate
NICE AND SIMPLE BUT OH BOY DOES IT TASTE GOOD!
Check these out too. These are Shitake. Nothing like the dried up ones you buy in the shops. Highly recommended!
We ate a LOT of mushrooms that month!
Two large sweet potatoes
Merryhill Mushrooms Traditional Mushroom Salt
1. Take the two large sized sweet potatoes then cut into thin 'fries'
2. Combine 1 and a half tea spoon mushroom salt with 1 table spoon veg oil. Mixed together. Then spread over the fries
3. Bake until soft, for roughly 30 minutes
Recipe by The Vegan Recipe Hour https://veganrecipehour.wordpress.com/
The photos are taken a day apart. It’s likely they were in an area a bit too warm, as it’s important to spray them regularly with water, to for me that meant the downstairs utility room, next to the sink.
From this, to this...
the ones on the back did well too, especially considering I hadn’t noticed there was a growing hole in the back, so for the first couple of days they didn’t get sprayed – oops! (read the instructions, Beth, read the instructions).
I cropped the lot, cutting low (I’m told, if I keep watering the ‘stump’ I’ll get a second flush of mushrooms) and spent an age debating what to cook.
I settled on a Jamie Oliver recipe, for posh mushrooms on toast (Mushrooms sourdough bruschettas, to be exact). I used to have a thing about mushrooms on toast, since becoming addicted to them in a little cafe in Skipton, when we were allowed out of school to eat our lunch in sixth form. Back then they were cheap and creamy and from a tin and I do still often cook a version with creme fraiche and garlic, but this recipe calls for hollandaise and tarragon and it seemed worthy of my precious growing efforts.
All in all, it has been a lovely experience using these kits, super easy and with great results. Sorry any family reading that get these for gifts, but you’ll thank me in the long run.
Preparation Time : 5 mins
Cooking time : 20 mins
Use 1 large Portabella/flat mushroom
1" chunk of cheddar cheese
1" slice of goats cheese
1 clove garlic
Hand full chopped spinach, red pepper
knob of butter
1. Finely chop Garlic
2. Chop/Crumble cheddar and goats cheese
3. Dice red pepper
4. Finely chop Spinach
5. Combine all ingredients in a small bowl
6. Spoon contents evenly into your mushroom
7. Place on baking tray and cook at 180 for 20 mins
Preparation Time : 5 mins
Cooking time : 40 mins
Ingredients - to feed 2-3
Handful of chestnut mushrooms, chopped but left chunky
Arborio rice, half a packet
Vegetable stock cube
Boiled water and cold water, approx 4-5 pints
1 clove of garlic
1 onion, sliced
Tablespoon of Olive Oil
Knob of butter
Salt and pepper to season
Parmesan cheese according to taste
Frozen peas, sweet corn
1. Using a large pan, fry the onion and garlic in the olive oil until slightly golden
2. Add the rice and the butter and stir so that rice is well coated
3 Dissolve the stock cube in a pint of boiled water and add to the pan
5. Add the mushrooms and salt and pepper and keep stirring
6. Add more water and any additional ingredients and keep stirring
7. Keep stirring and adding water until the rice is soft. It should have a thick, moist glossy consistency
8. Serve warm with a sprinkle of Parmesan on top, and enjoy!
Recipe by: http://lovefoodies.com/creamy-garlic-mushrooms.html