As I said before, puff pastry from the store doesnt work. Too light, airy, and rich. Below is the closest picture I could find to this dish. However, the real dish is a triangle shaped pastry with no opening in the top. The mushrooms and sauce are just poured over the top. Its not a pie crust.
I figured I would have to make it myself, so im just trying to figure out what "type" of pastry it is. Or if its just an adjusted recipe for puff pastry.
For the person who wanted the recipe, here it is. This is to serve about two people.
2 handfuls of assorted wild mushrooms (diced, but not too small)
1 shallot diced
2 Tbsp butter
1 oz balsalmic vinegar
1/2 cube beef stock
3.5 oz heavy cream
salt & pepper
1 tsp garlic
a few shakes worstershire sauce
salt and pepper
1/4 cup smoked duck (optional)
Saute mushrooms, shallots and garlic in butter
Transfer to bowl and let it sit
Add vinegar, cream, beef stock, salt and pepper to empty pan
Simmer until reduced by half or more, stirring occasionaly
Add mushrooms (and duck if using) and simmer a little longer
Pour over puff pastry and serve.
Its also good with meat, lamb, chicken, on the side.
Don't worry about amount of mushrooms in the recipe. I find it better to use more, so that there is less sauce and more mushrooms.
Let me know what you think
thanks for the help
the picture I mentioned is below