Mashed potatoes, peas and mushroom pleurotus

Mashed potatoes, peas and mushroom pleurotus

This is a great dish with mashed potatoes,peas and pleurotus!

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Mashed potatoes, peas and mushroom pleurotus

Mashed potatoes, peas and mushroom pleurotus – a delicious recipe

Ingredients:

17,63 oz of mushroom plurotus

17,63 of frozen or fresh peas

Oregano

basil

parsley

17,63 of potatoes

cumin

thyme

Olive oil or sunflower

Description:

This is a great dish with mashed potatoes,peas and pleurotus!

Boil the potatoes and crush them. Add olive oil and salt.

Boil the peas for a maximum of 3 minutes. It must still be green and still semi-crispy.

Put the mushrooms in a pan and add the desired spices.

The three dishes are assorted on a plate and if you want, you can add soy sauce in peas and mushrooms for a plus of flavor.

Enjoy!

About potatoes

Potato is a native plant from Peru brought to Europe by conquistadors around 1536.

Since it was not known exactly which part of the plant was edible; Europeans suffered serious poisoning from fruit consumption.

Some interesting things you did not know about potato:

Contrary to what most people think, potato is one of the most nutritious vegetable. For example, a medium sized potato contains 45% of the recommended daily vitamin C dose, it is rich in vitamin B6, fiber and many other minerals and vitamins.

In fact, potatoes are the best and cheapest source of potassium – a potato has more potassium than a banana, a tomato, a portion of broccoli or an orange.

On average, every man on the planet consumes about 33 kilos of potatoes per year.

In 1995 the potato became the first crop to grow in space on the Columbia.

 

 

 

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