Sunday, February 5, 2017

Cookbook Countdown #14: Portobello mushroom on toast

A quick and easy 'stuff on toast'
 Portobello mushroom or other flat mushrooms, stemmed
butter, finely chopped garlic, thyme leaves, sea salt and
black pepper, toasted bread (and a squeeze of lemon - which I forgot!)
This is my second dish from (my chosen book):
pages 254-255 from:
Hugh Fernley-Whittingstall's River Cottage Every Day
headed by the lovely leader
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and River Cottage Love Your Leftovers (RCLYL) - optional!
I will do a round up of the dishes I make from Hugh's book on the 28th
of each month, but since I cannot wait that long, I am posting them as I make them!

Currently reading 'What would Mary Berry do? by Claire Sandy
and I sharing this recipe with
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kitchen flavours said...

Looks good! I love portobello mushrooms, in fact all mushrooms! :)

Kayte said...

I love mushrooms and I can eat them almost any way, but that said, I have a hard time getting the big caps like this to cook just right and not get weepy and watery which I don't like the taste of. I have got to figure this out as things like you made look so good and like so much fun.

Emily said...

Hi Kayte, I did not 'baked' the portobello for too long; and I did it in the toaster oven!