Sunday, March 10, 2013

Quick Fix: Mushrooms on Toast

This is not a fancy recipe. It does not require much effort and takes little time to make. Comfort food that puts me right back in my mom's living room in the early 90s, that makes me want to dig my teeth into mediocre toast. This is breakfast, lunch or dinner. 

Scallion Cream Mushrooms on Toast
You'll need:
150 grams of button mushrooms, quartered
35 grams of scallions, sliced
100 ml of light cream
1/4 of a large lemon's zest
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
A pinch of chopped parsley
A good drizzle of olive oil
2 slices of toasted bread (Use good bread if you have some.)
Cook the mushrooms over high heat to retain their moisture. Don't stir much at first to give them color. Once their color begins to change, add the scallions and toss. Cook for around 30 seconds. Pour in the cream and turn down the heat. Immediately after pouring the cream, add your lemon zest and season with salt and pepper. Add some chopped parsley if you'd like. Give it all a quick stir and turn off your heat. Pile over toasted bread while hot.    


  1. i haven't visited yor lovely space for a very long time and so flat to come across this lovely brunch idea. I was not a great fan of mushrooms but somehow love them to bits now! this looks perfect for a lazy sunday brunch.

  2. That looks great! I love mushrooms. This would be good with a fried or scrambled egg.

  3. my mom makes a non-milk version of this that is so simple and so tasty that I wondered how come no one else did it @ their homes... love it. thanks for sharing. love ur blog as always.


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