Monday, December 10, 2018

An Interesting Dish of Mushrooms

A cookbook that I've rarely used... if ever.
A recipe chosen for the theme "Exotic Seaports." Here: Nice, France. I was requested to bring
a vegetable dish to the Culinary Historians' dinner. This one is vegan (I omitted butter), and looked appealing.
This image shows the last step when the mushrooms, bread crumbs, etc. are all combined.

My changes: I cooked the garlic briefly at the end of each batch of mushrooms.
I added a bit of herbs de Provençe and the lemon zest, as well as the juice of the lemon.
I sautéed the mushrooms in batches to keep them firmer.

Champignons Provençale made for the CHAA' dinner.
Good intention of the week: try more recipes from this cookbook.


Tandy | Lavender and Lime ( said...

I could eat an entire frying pan of these!

Jeanie said...

I adore mushrooms! And they don't look terribly difficult and the presentation is terrific!

Pam said...

I love love mushrooms! Yours look delicious. I make a mushroom casserole with mustard, yum! Reminds me of when mom and dad would forage for mushrooms in woods and our yard, driving neighbors crazy. They were sure we'd die of food poisoning.

Tina said...

Mushrooms are a favorite of mine, I always add extra from what the recipe calls for. I'll bet this was the hit of your dinner club.

Beth F said...

count me as another mushroom fan.

Claudia said...

I love mushrooms, but especially sauteed in butter! Yours do look scrumptious though.

jama said...

Looks delicious! I love mushrooms and the recipe looks simple enough. Plus, ZINC! Thanks for sharing. :)

Carole said...

Am going to look out for this cookbook. Merry Christmas. Cheers from Carole's Chatter

Unknown said...

The mushrooms looks yummy.

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Deb in Hawaii said...

I adore mushrooms and this looks delicious. It looks like a great cookbook too. ;-)