5 Reviews

Excellent appetizer/lunch. I used black trumpet and golden chanterelle mix which became a treat fit for a king (or a queen for that matter). I served it with frisee salad lightly dressed with a vinaigrette, which cut the richness of the dish perfectly. Thank you.

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Katanashrp March 05, 2012

Everything I love in a recipe, quick and delicious. I highly recommend this one for a lovely lunch or a quick, simple dinner. We added a bit of creme fraiche to be naughty.

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donsyt April 26, 2011

I ate something similar to this on our honeymoon to Mission Bay, CA -- it was a chicken/mushroom sandwich on French bread, with sauce like this, and it's unforgettable. I'm betting carmelized onion would be another great variation for folks (like me) not into the chilis. Dump cheese on top and pop back into the oven to melt -- oooh, la la!

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lilachandler73 January 28, 2010

I added a little feta and put the mixture in mini phyllo cups. Terrific!

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IndyEater November 07, 2009

I have just finished making this recipe and I had to run back to my computer to let everyone know how fantastic this recipe is. OMG!!! I usually find that after havind done a recipe the first time, I usually have to tweek it the second try (if it even deserves a second try). I will do nothing to this recipe but make it over and over again, for myself, for my friends and anyone who think Mushrooms are seriously under-rated!! I don't know...is it clear yet how much I love this recipe...?:P

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Chef Michou October 30, 2009
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