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Prawn (Shrimp) and Mushroom Pasta Bake

Pasta Bake

 

A quick, easy and versatile shrimp (prawn) and mushroom pasta bake with a creamy, cheese  sauce.

If you’re a vegetarian, skip the prawns and double up on the mushrooms for a vegetarian mushroom pasta bake.  If you don’t have prawns, substitute chicken or bacon (cooked before adding).

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Mushroom (Meatless) Stroganoff

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As my love affair with food that involves carbs and creamy sauces unashamedly continues, here’s another flexitarian recipe – Mushroom Stroganoff.  A meatless stroganoff that’s easily turned into a traditional stroganoff by adding rump or fillet beef strips when you fry the mushrooms.

Or if you’re cooking for mixed tastes, fry the beef strips separately and pour the stroganoff  sauce over them as you would a mushroom sauce.  Read more

Cream of Mushroom Soup

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Cream of Mushroom Soup

Fresh mushrooms, cream, sherry and a touch of English mustard make an elegant cream of mushroom soup in 30 minutes.  Serve with crusty bread and a salad. Read more

Vegetarian Grilled Sandwiches

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Here are ten flavour-packed vegetarian and vegan grilled sandwiches that I’ve come across on some of my favourite food blogs.

They’ve all got something special about them – a Mexican flavour, a veggie take on a classic Philly cheesesteak, European inspiration, mushrooms (yep, mushrooms – to me mushrooms are a special thing!) and two vegan sandwiches – a grilled wrap with garama masala and hummus, and one with homemade vegan cheese. Read more

Huevos a la flamenca (Eggs flamenco)

Huevos a la Flamenca

Huevos a la flamenca (Eggs flamenco)

Huevos a la flamenca, also known as Eggs flamenco or  Andalusian baked eggs, is a traditional Spanish dish, with many regional variations.

Regardless of its origin, the basic recipe for huevos a la flamenca is to gently fry onions, garlic, tomatoes and peppers, add a pinch of paprika, salt and pepper, crack eggs over the mixture, add your choice of herbs and bake until the egg whites are set and the yolks still soft.

Easy, quick, filling and delicious.  Serve with crusty bread or garlic bread fresh out of the oven to elevate this dish to a substantial meal.

 


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