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mushroom and chick pea pate

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Serves 6

versatile recipe which can be eaten cold as a starteror slice and re fried for a scrummy burger style snack

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Ingredients

  • 450g of mixed muchrooms
  • 1 large onion
  • tsp garlic puree
  • can of chickpeas
  • 2tsp all purpose seasoning
  • 2tsp dried mixed herbs,can use fresh,but all i had at the time
  • 2 eggs large
  • drizzle of olive oil

Method

    1. chop mushrooms and onoins .put oil and garlic in pan,add mushrooms ,seasoning and herbs.fry till softened ,and water gone from pan
    2. tip into a food processor ,and add chickpeas ,and eggs. pulse till coarse ,not puree
    3. line a 2lb loaf tin with oiled foil ,and pour mixture in .
    4. half fill an oven tray with boiling water,and place loaf tin in this (bain marie)
    5. bake on 200degrees ,for around 30 mins . check half way through cooking .done when quite firm ,but take out a little before,as residule heat will continue to cook
    6. invert onto a serving plate when cool ,and peel of the foil . can be sliced and re heated.lovely with an onoin chutney

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