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Old 08-30-2012, 01:09 PM   #1
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Mushrooms

Can anybody recommend a dd recipe with button mushrooms? I have a full pack in the fridge that need eating!
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Old 08-30-2012, 01:19 PM   #2
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We grill or roast them with veggies with olive oil or butter and seasonings.
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Omelet or cook down for a soup (creamy with a lowcal nutmilk or yogurt.) Sauteed over a lean cut of meat or in shirataki
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Sauté them in a pan with a little Pam, fresh minced garlic, seasonings of your choice and mix with miracle noodles or miracle rice.

Or mix with egg beaters/ egg whites for an omelet, I would add a little cheese and maybe some onion.
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I grill mushrooms with any type of protein, chicken, shrimp, beef, & pork. It is a great side!
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Roasted Mushroom Soup

roast in oven till wrinkly (say 350 or 400, maybe 20-30min)
puree with chicken or beef stock till a nice soupy texture. add s/p to taste (maybe some thyme or summer savory?)

Not sure of exact counts, but this will be super low cal, low carb... I use this as gravy when I make turkey, and then thin it out more and it's roasted mushroom soup!
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I saute a pack, put in the fridge and add a bit to egg whites for DD breakfast; toss a few into chicken broth for a quick soup, or with shirataki noodles...they come in handy in a lot of ways.
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I combine lots of mushrooms with some broccoli flowets, green pepper chunks, some slices of carrot and of onion, and cook it all up in a non-stick pan with a spritz of oil spray.

Yummy stir fry, which I top with homemade General Tso's sauce, all sweet and spicy.. which I've finally got down to an almost 0-calorie topping.
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Thanks for the input I think I will have a mushroom omelette
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Late to the party again.

I cook them with a little garlic and an equal number of halved cherry tomatoes. Lots of pepper and fresh basil finally a squeeze of lemon juice.. Great on toast but not if it is a DD.
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Late to the party again.

I cook them with a little garlic and an equal number of halved cherry tomatoes. Lots of pepper and fresh basil finally a squeeze of lemon juice.. Great on toast but not if it is a DD.
It has never occurred to me to have mushrooms on toast. But I'll try it. I like everything else on toast!

I think my mother's Scottish/English blood is coming out in me.. last night I cooked up a pan of bubble and squeak for supper.
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Mushrooms on Toast was a favourite in our house when I was growing up. Of course only in mushroom season and often picked ourselves. Different times.
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hmm...that reminds me. I've made the bubble 'n squeak using cauliflower in place of the taters and I have one that I need to use up. Thanks for the reminder...
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Mushroom bruschetta is a fav at our house but it is not DD friendly. Slice really good French bread for toasting and sautée mushrooms in butter with chopped onions, garlic, S&P, and rosemary. Spread the toast with Boursin cheese and top w mushroom mixture and a bit of Parmesan and put under the broiler just to heat and gently brown. OMG good.
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Old 09-02-2012, 07:24 PM   #16
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the dish I make that gets the MOST recipe requests is this, believe it or not.

put the mushrooms in a cooking pan and add a little water. maybe two tablespoons. turn the heat up high. watch them pretty often and stir. you want them to start releasing their own moisture and not burning. you may need to add a little more water, but no more than absolutely necessary. no salt, no seasonings, no oil or butter, please.

suddenly there will be a lot of liquid. cook the mushrooms in this liquid, stirring, until they are almost completely dry. you will need to regulate the heat lower toward the end to keep them from sticking.

that's it. serve them on an appetizer plate or as a side dish as "marinated mushrooms" and say the recipe is secret. they are MUCH better than you would imagine.
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