STUFFED MUSHROOMS IN TOMATO CURRY

Bored of the same old food? try something stikingly new,Stuffed Mushrooms in a Tomato Curry
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Stuffed mushrooms in tomato curry, fresh mushrooms stuffed with farmer’s cheese (Indian paneer) and chopped greens that was seasoned with garlic and spices, were then roasted slowly in a dab of butter and then simmered away in a flavorful tomato curry. Did you just have foodgasm? If not, make this curry and I guarantee, you will have one when it hits your tongue! Continue reading

MUSHROOM NOODLES WITH CHIMICHURRI

Mushroom Noodles
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This Mushroom Noodles recipe is not your usual noodle recipe. It has no soy-sauce, uses caramelized mushrooms and is mixed in with this awesome chimichurri sauce. Oh! I almost forgot. It tastes like a ton better than any mushroom noodles that you have ever tasted! With the number of recipes I use, mushroom in, you would think I would love mushrooms of any kind. But I have not explored the world of mushrooms at all. Apart from the easily available, white button mushrooms, I have tried three other varieties and all I can say is Uh oh! I was unable… Continue reading

KUNG PAO MUSHROOM

Kung Pao Mushroom
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Kung Pao Mushroom is  made by using adding mushrooms to a Kung Pao sauce which gets its unique flavor from roasted peanuts and whole dried red chilies (peppers) being smoked in hot oil. Is it just me or do the characters of any new series you begin to watch all look alike until you are couple of episodes into the season and start recognizing them by their names? Does the fact that this does not happen to me with Indian cinema/television as much make me a racist? Ha ha. I think our brains are conditioned to do so. In fact,… Continue reading

DHINGRI MATAR |MUSHROOMS IN ALMOND CURRY

Dhingri Matar
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Dhingri matar…Dhingri matar… ha ha. You know if you repeat a word too many times, it starts sounding funny but you have to say Dhingri matar just once to make it sound funny albeit extremely YUMMY! Dhingri is mushroom in Idunnowhich language 😛 That’s what it is called on restaurant menus in India (kumbh too). So, between dhingri matar and matar kumbh, I chose one that makes my tongue spring up in joy! Mushrooms took a while to become a part of Indian cooking. Not very long ago, about 15 yrs ago, I was spending my summer vacation at my… Continue reading