Monday, October 18, 2010

Healthy Mushroom Recipe

Never tried a recipe brewing for mushrooms?
I found a fabulous culinary substitute for meat high in calories - mushrooms!
Mushrooms such as cremini, (otherwise Mushroom Brown, brown hat, brown, brown mushroom known), Portabello (large Cremni, by far my favorite variety of exotic mushrooms) have and Trumpet Royale Mushrooms and King Oyster eryngii mushrooms and fungi have a heavy texture and tenderness, as tasty as meat. For meat lovers who struggle to give up meat at high energy density in the diet, or to prompt people to vote in the direction of vegetarian options, a low-carb mushroom recipe is definitely something to try. Mushrooms are low in calories (1 cup contains only 45 calories full), low sodium, have virtually no fat and cholesterol. No wonder they complement meat dishes and so many reasons why some even regard it as a meat eater vegetarian option. On reflection, perhaps, why the vegetarian diet consists of large amounts of fungi.
Not only healthier, mushrooms are also nice and insatiable taste like meat, you feel full and happy. I believe that this strategy, the consumption of mushrooms may be helpful to lose a few pounds and promote weight loss. In addition, mushrooms are rich in natural glutamates, containing a variety of amino acids and an excellent source of vitamins B and D, a nutrient most associated with the prevention of colon cancer and osteoporosis.
Ruth's favorite mushroom recipe
5 large lettuce leavesBrown or Portobello mushrooms cut into wide stripsSea salt to tasteA pinch of black pepper2 garlic cloves, finely choppedTL 2 tablespoons cooking oil3 tablespoons balsamic vinegar1 tablespoon honey
1. To prepare fresh mushrooms, first remove all the hard ground on the stems and dropping pieces of sticky dirt with a damp cloth. Then give them a quick wash under running water, they do not really absorb much water and soggy again, when many people had warned.2. Fry chopped garlic in oil glaze over a little brown.3. Add mushrooms and cook until they become soft.4. Turn off the heat and season with salt and pepper.5. Cut lettuce into thin strips.6. Place lettuce, mushrooms in a bowl and the honey and vinegar7. Stir and enjoy!
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