Guest Post: Tofu Mushroom Soup

Recipe by Carole Nelson Brown of The Yum Yum Factor

Trust me, it will be worth finding the ingredients for this quick, nutritious dish. It is cooked halfway between a soup and a stew. If you want to make it vegan, leave out the egg and the fish sauce without sacrificing a ton of flavour. Because mushrooms are a huge source of umami, they are natural bff’s with with all of these delicious flavours.

I used sliced button mushrooms, but you can use any mushrooms you have on hand like shiitake, king oyster, portobello or cremini – just cook the mushrooms a bit longer if you use king oyster. Serve with a side bowl of sticky purple rice or a bowl of warm sushi rice.

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Guest Post: Whipped Feta with Roasted Garlic Mushrooms and Tomatoes

We have a guest in the kitchen! The Brunette Baker is sharing her recipe for this scrumptious dip!

This dip would be a wonderful addition to your holiday appetizers. Super simple to prepare, creamy whipped feta topped with roasted garlic mushrooms and tomatoes is a festive dish that will be sure to wow your guests (or immediate household this year) and have them coming back for more.

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Guest Post: Asparagus-Mushroom Ravioli

We have a special guest in our kitchen today! Kacey from The Cookie Writer is here and she has created one delicious dish that you’ll want to make! It’s a great dinner when you have a busy schedule coming up or need a dish the whole family will love!

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Roasted Mushroom & Cauliflower Crisp

Guest Post: Roasted Mushroom & Cauliflower Crisp

We have a special guest in our kitchen today! Charmian Christie of The Messy Baker is here and she has an awesome recipe to share! Prepped in as little as 20 minutes, this dish makes a perfect week night dinner! Creamy on the inside, crunchy on the outside, this crisp puts a savory twist on a classic dish. Despite the three layers, this recipe is surprisingly efficient. While roasting brings out the flavour of the vegetables, it doesn’t demand your attention. By the time the vegetables are roasted, the sauce and topping are ready to go, and you’re 20 minutes away from a piping hot dish of winter comfort.

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