Mushroom stroganoff on toast

Mushroom stroganoff on toast

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Cooking time

Ready in 10 minutes

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 2

Chestnut mushrooms in a creamy sauce on delicious wholegrain toast - ready in around 10 minutes

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition info

Nutrition per serving

kcalories
322
protein
8g
carbs
21g
fat
24g
saturates
14g
fibre
3g
sugar
0g
salt
1.08g

Ingredients

  • 250g pack chestnut mushrooms
  • 25g garlic butter, plus a little extra for spreading (Lurpak is excellent)
  • 2 thick slices of granary bread
  • 1 tsp wholegrain mustard
  • 5 tbsp soured cream
  • a few fresh chives or spring onion tops

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Method

  1. Put a wok or frying pan over the heat while you thickly slice the mushrooms. Tip the butter into the pan and when sizzling add the mushrooms and cook over a high heat, stirring occasionally until the mushrooms are tender and juicy.
  2. Meanwhile toast and lightly butter the bread and put on 2 plates.
  3. Stir the mustard and some salt and pepper into the mushrooms with 4 tbsp of the soured cream and, when lightly mixed, pile the mushrooms and their creamy sauce on the toast. Spoon the last of the soured cream on top, snip over the chives and grind over some black pepper.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, October 2003

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lizleicester's picture
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Didn't put any cream in and it was nice without it although nothing to write home about.

ehenshaw's picture

Quick easy and very tasty. Will definitely be making this again

paramar's picture
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I made this using half fat creme fraiche and a garlic clove as didn't have any garlic butter. I sprinkled with parsley but I think chives or spring onion would be tastier. We are trying to eat less meat and this is a very nice dish served with carrot, swede and potato mash.

alisonsarah's picture

I made this for supper last night and it was absolutely delicious - the only change I made was to use half fat creme fraiche instead of double cream to try and keep the calories down! Super quick to make and very easy. It was lovely and I'll definitely be making it again.

sammarie's picture
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Quick and tasty lunch. I used white mushrooms and added raw garlic to spread. I used up the last of low fat soured cream so the sauce was a little runny, but will def make again!

uncleian's picture
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This was great and will make again. I too used Dijon. Teapot...I do hope the boyfriend pulled through ok, you have no idea how bad man-flu is. The things us boys have to go through.

alexevans1's picture
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Lovely, had no sour cream so substituted with half fat creme fraiche which tasted great. A nice change for lunch.

dancingbunny's picture
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Made this for my boyfriend who was too ill with the manflu to feed himself and he loved it! I didn't have any wholegrain mustard so used a tiny bit of dijon and it was quite nice. Will try again some day with the wholegrain as well to compare. A really quick and quite filling lunch or late night snack.

elizabethneal's picture
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This is amazing! So easy, fairly healthy with half fat creme fraiche, took me two minutes, and filled a hole very tastily!

cloclo's picture

I make something similar to this, then use it as a filling between bread in a sandwich toaster. It's absolutely gorgeous.

princessdaisy's picture
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Served it poured over griddled polenta instead of toast.

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