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The fish is cleaned of scales and intestines, washed in plenty of cold water, then swabbed with a towel, salted and left to cool for approx. Ten minutes.

Meanwhile, clean the leeks, cut them into strips of approx. 6-8 cm long, place in a heat-resistant dish, sprinkle with flavored oil, white wine and bake for approx. 10 minutes on low heat.

After 10 minutes, remove the dish from the oven, add a layer of mushrooms, then the fish seasoned beforehand.

Place a layer of tomatoes and slices of bell / hot pepper over the mullet for a more flavorful taste. Cover the pot and put it back in the oven for approx. 30 minutes.

After this time, remove the lid and leave another approx. 10 minutes in the oven to brown. Good appetite!

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Baked potatoes with mushrooms and eggs

Browsing me like that the files with pictures and recipes from the computer, I realized that I forgot to present you this recipe, although I prepared it more than a year ago. It's not spectacular, but it can get you out of trouble when you want to prepare a breakfast or dinner without too much hassle and without having to go to the supermarket for shopping (that is, you can put whatever vegetables you have around the house ). It is tasty and filling and, in addition, has the advantage of a lower fat content, given that potatoes and eggs are not fried in an oil bath.

If you like, you can throw in the tray, instead of the mushrooms or next to them, some slices of bell pepper and / or slices of garlic. Also, if you prepare this dish in summer, when juicy and tasty tomatoes are plentiful, it goes well to accompany it with halves of tomatoes baked on the grill or, more simply, put in the same tray, next to potatoes. The recipe is adapted from BBC Good Food magazine.

Ingredients (for 4 servings):
& # 8211 potatoes 800 g
& # 8211 onion 2 pcs. medium (140 g)
& # 8211 mushrooms 250 g
& # 8211 eggs 4 pcs.
& # 8211 olive oil 2 tbsp
& # 8211 dried oregano 2 teaspoons grated
& # 8211 salt, ground pepper

Preheat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius. Cut the potatoes into cubes of equal size and boil them, cover with cold water. When they start to boil, leave them for about 10 minutes, just to penetrate a little. Drain them and put them in a non-stick pan, together with the sliced ​​onion. Sprinkle with dried oregano, a pinch of salt and ground pepper, pour in the olive oil and mix gently. Put the tray in the oven and leave for 15 minutes. Add the mushrooms, cleaned and / or washed and thoroughly wiped with water.

Leave in the oven for another 10 minutes, then make, with a spoon, four & # 8220 holes & # 8221 among the vegetables. Break eggs in them and put them back in the oven for 4-5 minutes (depending on how well made you like eggs). Remove from the oven and serve immediately.

Leek dish with olives and tomato sauce & # 8211 tasty fasting recipe

Because it's the weekend and I have more time to cook, I decided to prepare today a delicious dish of leeks with olives and tomato-flavored sauce, which I added to some spicy meatballs made in the oven. Of course, you can serve this dish without legs, if you are fasting.

Leek is a very dear vegetable to me, even if I'm not from Oltenia and I don't go for onions, because it has a sweet taste and a crunchy texture in this combination with tomato and olive sauce.

See below the simple but very tasty recipe for leek dish with olives and tomato sauce. This dish can be served as a side dish, as I did - with two legs or any other type of meat you like in the oven - or simply as such, hot or cold, if you fast. Whatever option you choose, the taste is great!

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To start, season the meat well and put it in a bowl that will enter the oven.

In the 4 tablespoons of oil, heat the finely chopped onion and the leek cut into pieces. When they start to soften, we stop the fire.

Move the onion and leek (with oil) in a bowl over the meat, add the tomatoes and garlic cloves. Pour the chicken soup previously mixed with broth, season with salt, pepper and cover with foil.

Put the bowl at 200 ° C for 40 minutes, then remove the foil and leave it for about 15-20 minutes without the foil to brown.

We served it with a healthy portion of spaghetti with zucchini and tomatoes.

Baked trout with mushroom sauce and leeks

The trout are cleaned and washed with cold water. Sprinkle with salt and simmer for 30 minutes.

Mushrooms are washed, cleaned and cut into 4.

The leek is cleaned and cut into rounds.

Heat the olive oil in a bowl, then add the leeks. Stir until the leeks soften.

Bake together for 10 minutes.

Peeled tomatoes are given through the robot.

Add the sedojos and wine and cook until the mushrooms are ready.

Towards the end, add the chopped parsley, salt and pepper and cook together for another 5 minutes.

In parallel, the trout is grilled over a high heat.

Place the fried trout in a tray and add the mushroom sauce prepared above.

Put the foil-covered tray in the preheated oven at 200 degrees for 10-20 minutes.

Serve hot with polenta.

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mihaela 10 years ago - 30 November 2008 17:11

Re: Baked mushrooms

I also used to make this recipe, baked mushrooms are very good, in addition to them I also made baked potatoes. I haven't made them in a long time because I need bigger mushrooms.

Ioana 10 years ago - December 1, 2008 11:31

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you can also do it with smaller mushrooms, only it's a more painstaking job

monica 10 years ago - 3 December 2008 16:26

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They are very good! And I always do but I never get enough. I also buy some tomatoes that I fill with chopped mushrooms, salt, pepper and greens. In my opinion it is the best appetizer during Lent.

vistrian 10 years ago - 18 January 2009 12:16

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I also do something similar and I really like the recipes for mushrooms with mushrooms. Mushrooms and pleurotus contain vitamin D2 which helps to stabilize calcium in the bones and strengthens the body against cancer and lung disease. Vitamin D2 is found only in these mushrooms, fish , eggs and assimilate from the sun especially between 9-11 when the ultraviolet rays are emitted

Ioana 10 years ago - 18 January 2009 12:24

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Thanks a lot for the information, I knew that vitamin D helps stabilize calcium, but I didn't know exactly what food it was found in. very useful information and it is good to remember

petrutza 9 years ago - 11 February 2009 12:51

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I usually make them by St. Andrew, when I am the patron saint of the house and I make fasting food. also chopped finely, a little vegeta. I fill the mushrooms with this mince, I place the hats in the tray and on top of each I put a piece of margarine as big as a pea. They are delicious.

lili 9 years ago - 9 March 2009 22:18

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Hi I tried the recipe and I really liked it. . you can try it yourself and you will not regret it

ramisimion 9 years ago - March 30, 2009 09:51

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very good these mushrooms. I struggled a bit to prepare them because they were very small, but it was worth it.

Ramona 9 years ago - April 16, 2009 5:51 PM

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I also prepared them yesterday, they came out super tasty.
I can't wait to get out of bed so I can add some cheese. kisses!

maran mariana 9 years ago - 12 May 2009 22:55

Re: Baked mushrooms

and I made mushrooms in the oven about as you made them but I laughed on top of the cheese and they came out super
write some more recipes with mushrooms because I like it a lot

love 9 years ago - 17 May 2009 12:55

Re: Baked mushrooms

I'm a FAN MUSHROOMS, if there is such a thing. I can eat them raw (I didn't risk it), THEY ARE DELICIOUS ANYWAY, I WOULD PREPARE THEM!

maraxandra 9 years ago - 30 May 2009 21:04

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They are terrible. I make them in two variants: tails hardened with onions and mixed with greens and grated cheese or mixed with cream cheese (Rama crène bonjour with greens, etc.).

adyady78 9 years ago - 12 June 2009 22:31

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lory 9 years ago - 29 June 2009 18:22

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I chop the onion with the tails cut with kaizer and then I add dill, garlic, grated cheese and necessarily 1 egg to tie the composition. Try it and you will see how tasty they are.

andrei 9 years ago - 24 August 2009 10:28

Re: Baked mushrooms

any food without fish or rabbit otherwise I love them

Roxana 9 years ago - 15 September 2009 14:26

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so ... I ate something similar this Sunday. although I don't like mushrooms too much, I'll make the recipe because they made me ready)

rodica 9 years ago - 25 September 2009 17:34

Re: Baked mushrooms

I really like mushrooms. I can't wait to prepare this recipe

andree 9 years ago - 22 November 2009 22:44

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elena 9 years ago - 26 November 2009 22:02

Re: Baked mushrooms

Hi Ioana, I want to ask you something if possible. Can you use another filling for mushrooms? Thanks

Ioana 9 years ago - 27 November 2009 17:49

Re: Baked mushrooms

elena, sorry, I forgot to answer you. I mean, I thought about stuffing, but I didn't realize I didn't write to you
so you can fill with a mixture of spinach and telemea, the one here: [link] and after you fill them you can grate the cheese on top to gratinate nicely

or you can use ragu (or a meat-like sauce): [link] and also, in the last minutes in the oven, you can sprinkle them with Parmesan cheese this time.

mariana 9 years ago - December 27, 2009 10:25

Re: Baked mushrooms

The baked mushrooms are delicious, I make the stuffing from the tails a carrot and an onion given through the small grater, greens, spices and grated cheese on top.
One thing is not clear is whether or not the top pellet mushrooms are cleaned. I always clean them, I don't know if it's good or not, I mean if that peel isn't gelatinous?

carmen 9 years ago - 27 December 2009 19:12

Re: Baked mushrooms

I also cleaned the skin fungi before I went with a friend who used to work in a mushroom shop and she told me that in no case does it clean but just wash the hat well. I understood that there would be many vitamins. in that skin. anyway I haven't cleaned the mushrooms for a few years and they are just as delicious. I also make all kinds of recipes but I love the mushrooms made on the tray with a little salt

valentina 8 years ago - 27 January 2010 14:46

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I also have a simple recipe: each tail is cut long (julliene) and is put in its hat. Then add salt, pepper to taste (a little spicy are tastier, in my opinion) and a teaspoon of butter or margarine in each hat. Grate cheese on top and put in the oven. After removing, add chopped parsley.
I tried to cook the tails with onions, but they seemed much better without (onions are a bit heavy).

florina 8 years ago - 15 March 2010 09:15

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lidia 8 years ago - 19 March 2010 17:49

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they are delicious, and I prepare mushrooms only because I also put an egg in the mixture

Raluca 8 years ago - 20 March 2010 21:38

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Hi Ioana, I came across your site a few days ago and I find it very practical and inspiring. I really like to cook especially when it comes to my family or friends (I usually do not eat from the food I make, not other but I find it fascinating and also fully satisfying the process of food preparation, combining flavors, culinary architecture, etc.). All in all, I wanted to tell you to try jamie oliver's mushroom recipe (I'm a fan). It's very interesting to see how the taste buds react to different flavors of the same food and how each mushroom will become a new taste and surprise experience.
I hope I didn't kidnap you for a long time with my polology, I'm new to commenting
congratulations for the site simultaneously once again for inspiration.

Alexandru 8 years ago - 22 April 2010 23:26

Re: Baked mushrooms

I tried the recipe and I thought they came out so good just because they were made by me. It seems that many have a good opinion about them so I have to offer all the congratulations on the recipe. Have a craving. PS: I think I'll repeat it tomorrow

cici 8 years ago - 29 April 2010 12:57

Re: Baked mushrooms

I feel like throwing up I didn't like it

eu 8 years ago - 12 May 2010 13:02

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I don't like it if they are drained of juice I love the juice they leave. they are very good but I like them more with cheese and salt mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

gabytza22 8 years ago - 20 May 2010 12:07

Re: Baked mushrooms

it looks very good and I will try to prepare it today

nelika 8 years ago - 9 June 2010 19:43

Re: Baked mushrooms

I made them too and they came out sooper tasty they are really good with cheese and mushrooms without tried ingredients and I will deserve

Gabriela 8 years ago - 12 August 2010 18:33

Re: Baked mushrooms

I discovered your site a few days ago and I find it extraordinary and you find it extraordinary.
I don't know how to cook now. The recipes you display seem so intelligible to me and the tips you give are so useful that only by reading do they start to get the taste of gastronomy. I have the chance to find all the ingredients (I'm in Canada), but the great misfortune of being mostly tasteless.
Thank you for this site,

Mari 8 years ago - 30 August 2010 00:11

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I made them on the grill and they came out super well

adina 8 years ago - 22 November 2010 18:15

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ileana 8 years ago - 9 January 2011 12:21

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Roxana 7 years ago - 9 March 2011 18:54

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I used this recipe and it turned out delicious. I'm glad I found the site because it's a simple recipe and it's fasting, especially during this period. I recommend you with all my love because it is a very good recipe!
I love mushrooms.

iulia 7 years ago - 1 April 2011 18:26

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Hi. I'll try the recipe too, but I'm not clear if the mushrooms are peeled, and before placing the mushrooms in the tray, don't put oil

Ioana 7 years ago - April 3, 2011 12:12 PM

Re: Baked mushrooms

I don't clean the mushrooms from the skin. it doesn't make sense, because they don't have a different consistency from the rest of the mushroom. just wash them quickly under running water or wipe them with a damp napkin. it depends on the time and the fun of that moment.
I don't put oil because the tray is Teflon and they don't stick. but it would be good to put a baking sheet underneath, just so you don't have to rub the tray when you wash it.

NELU 7 years ago - 10 December 2011 16:35

Re: Baked mushrooms

How to prepare mushrooms so that they don't change color when cooked. WITH THANKS

Ioana 7 years ago - 12 December 2011 11:44

Re: Baked mushrooms

lemon or vinegar in boiling water. and thoroughly cleaned of the black slats under the hat if necessary.

minka 7 years ago - 13 December 2011 21:04

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mihaela 6 years ago - 7 March 2012 14:15

Re: Baked mushrooms

today I also try the mushrooms in the oven

although I am fasting, I can't wait for the fast to end
to try them with cheese, egg.

Tamas Nicolae 6 years ago - 3 January 2013 21:06

Re: Baked mushrooms

I also make mushrooms in the oven, but I make them with a little smoked bacon, a little salami or smoked sausages. And I put cheese over them.

mihaela 5 years ago - 7 April 2013 12:42

Re: Baked mushrooms

@Tamas Nicolae I haven't tried how you propose with fish and I don't think it's a big deal. Why put fish next to sausages and cheese?

I also make baked mushrooms, but mine don't have tails, because they just don't hang in the trees. Mine have little legs, that's what the "tails" of mushrooms are called, even kindergarten children know that!

Elena 5 years ago - 30 May 2013 07:47

Re: Baked mushrooms

I liked the recipes and I'm waiting for more.

Tania 5 years ago - 8 November 2013 20:02

Re: Baked mushrooms

Oh, what goodness, and I like mushrooms of any kind. In fact, that's how I came across this site (a year ago) looking for recipes with mushrooms and what do you think I found much more than what I was looking for. Thanks, Ioana

I also have a filling recipe: a packet of cream cheese (philadephia), 200gr spinach, a clove of garlic 1-2 tablespoons breadcrumbs, salt. A delight I can't get enough of

DANIELA 2 years ago - March 24, 2016 10:32

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Mariana Percy 2 years ago - 6 May 2016 15:40

Re: Baked mushrooms

Dear cooks,
Did you know that the real fast is the one in the bible, do NOT eat anything, but only drink water, say others do not drink water. It is OK to drink water or if you have a headache, drink black coffee. Jesus fasted for 40 days, but he did not drink the water.

The mushroom business is actually a diet before the feast of the death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus.
The real fast is to not eat anything until sunset.

Read from the Bible in the Gospel of Matthew and the other Gospels. SE posts Let's fast for half a day if we can't for a whole day, SO DO I.
Good God. Don't help.

Hritos sent. Truly, let SA live a clean life that SA proves this. If you have any questions you can write me PE address marianapercy @. Yahoo. Com
I will MAKE the mushrooms today too

Your Romanian friend

Leti a year ago - 17 February 2017 19:30

Re: Baked mushrooms

Very good, easy to prepare and helpful for housewives in the absence of ideas.

Paulina Michel 10 months ago - 8 March 2018 15:31

Re: Baked mushrooms

Hello! My question is, how many calories does this recipe have ?! I fast and I only need to eat 600 calories a day. Hoping for an answer, thank you in advance!

Ioana 11 months ago - March 9, 2018 10:32

Re: Baked mushrooms

very few calories, mushrooms have 30 calories per 100 grams. the rest of the ingredients are negligible. and if you put 1 tablespoon of oil you add another 150 calories.
what fast is this with 600 calories? it's very little if you intend to keep it until Easter, you will be malnourished.

What and how do we cook

I seasoned the two resulting fillets with sea salt with aromatic herbs (rosemary, basil, thyme, black pepper) then I poured a few drops of olive oil, greasing the meat on both sides.

I cut a red onion into julienne and placed the fish on top. I spread a few threads on the top of the fillets. I added kalamata olives (as many as fit in a cup of tea), dried tomatoes preserved in oil and two tablespoons of medium capers.

Initially I wanted to add white wine but, not having it, I remembered that I still have in a bottle - opened for the holidays - a remnant of semi-dry white champagne. I had read somewhere that champagne balances the taste of spicy dishes with its acidity, so I decided on the spot: I will use champagne instead of dry wine. As a result, I added a glass over the prepared fish, ready to be placed in the oven.

I left the pot in the oven for 15 minutes from the moment the liquid started to boil. A fish cooked more than it should lose its consistency. In the 15 minutes all the vegetables left their aroma in the sauce and the fish was exactly as it should be: tender, spicy, borrowing the slightly bitter taste of olives, the sweetness of dried tomatoes, taking as much salt as needed from the added capers, without the flavor of the sea fish is altered.

Cheese with leeks, mushrooms and tomatoes in the oven - Recipes

Leek with baked olives

15 minutes + 20 minutes in the oven

150 grams of natural olives

4 tablespoons tomato juice (or peeled and chopped tomatoes)

a tablespoon of wheat flour (optional)

Leeks, cleaned and washed, cut into slices as thick as you want (to save time, cut several leeks at once).

In a pot deep enough, add a little water (about 100 ml) and leeks. Cover and simmer until leeks are soft (5-10 minutes).

Meanwhile, wash the olives, remove the seeds and cut into rounds or halves.

After about 10 minutes, remove the leeks from the heat, drain the water if necessary and add the olives. Put the composition in a no stick tray or in a yena bowl, add the tomato juice over it, and put it in the oven at 180 degrees.

If you use fresh tomatoes, get a delicious tomato sauce as follows: put the tomatoes in the oven for 10 minutes, then put them in a sieve with a wooden spoon, strain the juice and pulp of the tomatoes.

Optionally, you can add a tablespoon of grated flour to the tomato sauce. You will get a thicker consistency.

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