Baked mushrooms

The kitchen is a wonderful place when it is full of flavours and fragrances, creating a veritable journey of emotions and feelings, without forgetting, on the one hand, true flavours, and, one the other, a lightness which nourishes and sustains a healthy body. In this recipe, we are going to discover a dish that involves a great deal of flavour without compromising your health and, above all, that is also economical. We are talking about ‘sbrise’ - oyster mushrooms - cooked in the oven, and great for vegetarians. Are you ready to make a dish suitable for any occasion? Follow our tips and you’ll have the perfect result!

Ingredients

  • oyster mushrooms 600 grams
  • oil
  • salt
  • pepper

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Information
30 minutes Total time
20 minutes Active time
Serves 4 persons
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Preparation

Cut the mushrooms from the stalks, keeping them whole. Line a baking sheet with some baking parchment. Arrange the mushrooms flat on the baking parchment. Season with plenty of olive oil, salt and pepper. Bake at 180 °C (in a fan oven) for about 25 minutes. Serve hot along with polenta and a meat dish, if you like.

Tips
The oyster mushroom, ‘Pleurotus ostreatus’ or ‘sbrise’, is rich in vitamins, amino acids and minerals.
Trivia
The name ‘sbrise’ comes from the Paduan dialect: this fungus is, in fact, the oyster mushroom, ‘Pleurotus ostreatus’.

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