Monday, November 18, 2013

Savory One Pot Mushroom Noodles

Savory Mushroom Noodles with Peas & Salad
This is a nice standby recipe - if you need a little variety in your starchy sides for your Omnivore, and a Main Dish for a Vegan, this recipe fits the bill. And, it's as quick to make as a box of dinner "helper," and comes together in one skillet. I adapted it substantially from PDQ by Donna Klein 

Savory Mushroom Noodles
Saute (I use no oil or liquid - if it sticks, I add a tiny bit of the liquid from later in the recipe, but usually I don't need to)
1/2 Chopped Onion (or 1/2 cup frozen chopped onions)
1 Spoon Garlic (you decide how big a spoon!)
After a brief saute, just toss everything else in the
skillet & simmer
2 (4oz) cans Mushrooms, Drained - or equivalent fresh.
Then add
3 1/3 cups Water
1/3 cup dry Red Wine
1 T dry Parsley
1 teaspoon Oregano
1/2 teaspoon Thyme
3 Tablespoons Soy Sauce
1 (12oz) Package Egg Free Noodle Pasta (or other similar pasta shape)
Simmer, uncovered, stirring occasionally till pasta is al dente, and liquid is nearly all absorbed
(if pasta becomes sticky, drizzling a little cool water over it will help)


Savory Mushroom Noodles reaching the al dente stage

Tips for dining with Omnivores: This dish goes nicely with Steak or other Beef dishes. Alternately, some cooked hamburger could be stirred into Omnivore's portion. If you do not abstain from Eggs, Egg Noodles will also work for this recipe.

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7 comments:

  1. Nice dish! Great use of noodles and pairing with veg and non-veg foods and meals!

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  2. One pot dishes are genius. :)

    Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

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    1. Thank you so much - and thanks for hosting : )

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  3. YUMMO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! That is totally my kind of noodles. They look so so so delicious. I love how you've added some colour to the plate you've served them with :-)

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    1. Thanks so much - It IS one of those dishes that NEEDS a little color contrast ; )

      Thanks for dropping by again : )

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  4. Anna, this is just lovely - I can almost taste it from the pics! Cheers

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    1. Thanks so much- so kind of you to stop by & say so : )

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