These Masala Eggs with Spiced Mushrooms and Spinach can be served for brunch or dinner with toast or roti’s or naan for an Indian style meal. This is a staple at my home for brunch. It helps to have a variety of healthy ingredients in one meal. Any variety of mushrooms works great for this recipe.Read More ›
Crepes are always a treat to make, and I quite like the savoury spin I’m giving them with this recipe. The batter can be prepared ahead of time, and so can the crepes. Just wrap tightly and either refrigerate for a few days or freeze for a few weeks. Kids can pull up a chair and help to flip the crepes! The mushroom filling uses cremini and shiitake, but any combination of mushrooms work well.Read More ›
NUTRITION THAT’S FRESH FROM THE FARM
A half-cup serving of cooked sliced mushrooms has a mere 14 calories, virtually no fat, 1 gram of fibre and is a source of phosphorus, potassium, copper, selenium, niacin and pantothenic acid. Mushrooms are also a good source of riboflavin, and are the only vegetable in the produce section with natural Vitamin D. All that goodness with little calories and fat.
Recent studies also show that mushrooms can help with:
- Weight Management
- Blood Pressure
- Childhood Obesity