Mushroom Sandwich

Aug 08, 2005 by megaburt | 2 Comments| Share it:   

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This mushroom sandwich is a very filling and luxurious meal, and it’s extremely good as a hangover brunch. It’s easy to make it completely vegan - but don’t use olive oil when frying the mushrooms. IMHO, that takes away their “foresty” flavor.

Info

  • Prep: ~30 mins.
  • Cook: ~30 mins.
  • Serves: 1

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Ingredients

  • 100-120 grams (3.5-4.2 ounces) Fresh champignons (or white button mushrooms)
  • 100-120 grams (3.5-4.2 ounces) fresh chanterelles
  • half an onion
  • margarine for frying in
  • salt and pepper
  • garlic
  • bread

Step 1

Get a frying pan going with some margarine in it and start chopping those onions.

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Step 2

In they go! Add some salt and pepper and let them fry while you cut up the mushrooms.

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Step 3

Chopped:

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Step 4

Now it's starting to smell like a whole forest in my kitchen. When fried, the mushrooms will go soft and they suck up a lot of fat. Don't slice them in too small bits. Add some more margarine to the pan and put in the champignons. Mushrooms suck up fat like crazy so make sure your pan doesn't go dry.

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Step 5

I usually don't slice chanterelles, I just tear them up in rather big pieces like this.

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Step 6

Add the chanterelles to the pan and fry them up too.

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Step 7

Now is a good time to get your toast going.

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Step 8

Add some spices: Salt, pepper and garlic. I didn't have any fresh garlic at home so I had to settle for the dried kind.

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Step 9

When the toast is done, your mushrooms should be ready too. You don't need to butter your toast, believe me. The mushrooms are loaded with fat by now. I also added a fresh tomato and a pickled gurkin, because I've heard vegetables are good for you.

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2 Comments

user does not have an avatar Leech

Aug 10, 2005

Looks nice.. yum yum!

user does not have an avatar mycook

Nov 11, 2007

wow incredible recipe!

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