Rice with mushrooms
Rice with mushrooms – a delicious recipe
3,52 oz of rice
3,52 of butter
3-4 tbsp of cream
3,52 of cheese
Easy baked rice with mushrooms is a great dish.
Enjoy this delicious recipe by washing the mushrooms well, chopping them finely and heat them in some butter,1/2 tsp of salt, a cusp of tsp of pepper. Cook the rice, wash it in cold water and add over the steamed mushrooms. Add 3/4 of the chopped cheese, mix it easily.
Put the composition in a pan and the rest of the butter and chopped cheese is sprinkled over it.Bake it in the preheated oven for 20-25 minutes.
When it is ready, pour the cream over it.
Serve it hot.
Mushrooms are versatile and have a unique flavor that enriches every food. In addition, now is their season, so take advantage of these small wonders of nature.
Mushrooms have a unique flavor.
You’ve probably heard of the fifth sense – umami; which complements the well-known sweet, salty, sour and bitter palette. Well, umami can be found in many foods that have the L-glutamate component, which gives it a flavor; including mushrooms. This is especially true of the shitake and enokitake varieties.
They contain a vitamin as important to bone health as calcium. If you do not spend enough time in the sunlight, you can compensate by eating mushrooms. These are some of the most valuable natural sources of vitamin D.
They help you keep your weight under control.
Mushrooms contain a type of fiber called beta-glucan, which not only strengthens the immune system, but also reduce the level of bad cholesterol in the blood. Consumed constantly, they help you reach normal blood levels.
In the mushrooms you find riboflavin, niacin and pantothenic acid – three essential vitamins for the nervous system. The problem is that they are water soluble, which means they are not stored in the body. That’s why you should eat them as often as possible.
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