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Saturday, June 11, 2011

Mushroom Burger

ingredients: mushroom,onions, garlic, salt, pepper, flour, bread crumbs, olive oil

1. finely chop mushrooms (i prefer brown, like portabello, shitake, or whatever brown so that it looks like real burger, teeehee)
2. saute mushroom in olive oil until tender.
3. in a separate bowl, beat egg and blend in sauteed mushroom.
4. add finely chopped onions and garlic. Garlic can be optional, I just love with garlic, but not too much also.
5. season with salt and pepper. ( i also add a little bit of mustard, just very little for taste- mustard and nutmeg are optional)
5. Slowly add flour and bread crumbs (alternating them), until the mixture thickens and can be formed to patties.
6. shape into burger patties.
7. Either bake or pan fry in olive oil.

mushroom sauce:

ingredients: olive oil, mushroom, garlic, onion, milk ( we use 1% milk at home, but half and half or full cream fresh milk would taste creamier i believe), corn starch to thicken, worcestershire sauce, salt, a little bit of sugar and pepper to taste.

1. saute garlic and onions in olive oil until they are golden brown and smells good.
2. add mushroom and sautee until mushroom is tender.
3. dissolve cornstarch in milk.
4. add the cornstarch and milk mixture.
5. simmer. season with salt, pepper, worcestershire sauce, a little bit of brown sugar and garlic powder.
6. continue stirring until the sauce thickens.
7. add the mushroom burger and simmer until they absorb the taste.

Enjoy :)

11 comments:

  1. Beth, your post got me so hungry especially since its already 1:25 PM here and I had an early brunch -hahaha! Thank you for reminding me of mushrooms! Have not had any for almost a week now! Am trying to reconstruct my blog and just realized how behind I have been -hahaha! Am so excited to think school is winding down for you as well! Enjoy! Weee! :D

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  2. haha, thanks Tes, I do not know if you remember this picture and recipe, I shared it before in our chatting mansion at TSS Friendster mansion. Went to Chay's thread "The Mansion's Kitchen"- and whoa! Saw a lot of blog material chats there, I simply copied and pasted here :) That's what I did with the tokwa in my bibo blog too :)

    Yes, school is winding down for me, exams, so I am not stressed, the students are :)

    last day for me is next Tuesday, then, FREEDOM :)

    I feel so full right now since I brought a big lunchbox of "sari-saring gulay sa monggo", wish I can share them all with you the monggo with mix veggies :)

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  3. oh, for sure you will be able to catch up Tes, I harvested some from FS :)

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  4. love to try this. hope i get the time to cook it. thanks for sharing.

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  5. yum! thank you for sharing...I'd love to try this tomorrow...hope it will brighten hubby's day....

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  6. I would love if someone can cook me a meal like this. hummm. Wishing.

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  7. hmmmmm so healthy and delicious to see! i wish i could eat it right now! oh you did visit our old mansion Betchai! was there around a week ago i guess...whew, you really are wonderwoman! would love to visit your kitchen one day!

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  8. Oh man, I always walk right into food posts before eating! I'm drooling Betchai..

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  9. this dish requires labor of love and I bet it tastes so good !!!

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  10. Has anyone ever eaten a portobello mushroom burger? How does it taste? Does it taste anything at all like a real burger, or is it just like a mushroom between buns? I've always wanted to try one, but whenever I'm at a restaurant, I feel like I'd hate it and waste the entire meal.Thanks

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  11. This is the real way to get the best excitement. Need australian assignment help which can help me to solve an essay for applying in Australia.

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