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Old 05-17-2012, 11:03 AM   #11
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Thanks for posting this - it looks both simple & delicious.

What will make this even more fun for me to try is that not only does our local farmers market now have a local mushroom grower as a vendor (Shitakes & Neon-Yellow Oyster Mushrooms), but one of our local supermarkets regularly carries a cornucopia of fresh mushrooms - Portabellos (baby & regular), white button, Cremini, regular Oyster, Shitake, Pom-Pom, Lion's Mane, Maitake, & Enoki. I've been having lots of fun cooking with all of these.
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Old 07-28-2012, 04:39 PM   #12
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Just got back from the farmer's market with a load of fresh mushrooms. This is on the menu for tonight. I'll post about the results afterwards. I'm using rehydrated mushrooms and fresh today.
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I like to see basic recipes made from fresh ingredients.
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Sounds amazing - copied and saved for this fall!
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Luke's Mushroom Soup 1 onion chopped (white or yellow) 2Tbsp of butter 4 cloves Garlic 1 tbsp flour 4.5 cups stock 1.5lbs (about 680grams) of mushrooms (oyster, crimini, portabella, any others that are in season. 6 FRESH Sage leaves 1/2 cup of white wine 1/2 cup heavy cream... Salt and pepper of course and some fresh parsley to use as garnish :) 1) melt butter in large sauce pan or pot I use pot as there are a lot of mushrooms 2) add onion and garlic and cook for about 4min. You want the garlic and onion to be soft 3) stir in the flour and cook for about 1 min 4) gradually stir in stock 5) add all the mushrooms and bring the whole thing to a boil... Yes that is a lot of mushrooms lol 6)once it boils reduce the heat and let it simmer for a good 15min or grab a mushroom and until they are tender. 7) stir in sage... It should be chopped 8)remove a couple of ladles of the mushrooms I do 3-4 just mushroom no broth... 9)process the remainder of the soup in the pot in a blender or food processor until its smooth... 10) once its smooth return it to the pot as well as the ladles of mushrooms you took out. 11)You can now stir in the wine, cream, salt and pepper. 12)Now warm the whole soup but do not let it boil... Serve into bowls and add parsley as garnish :) 3 stars 1 reviews
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