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Thai Coconut Soup (Tom Kha) Recipe – Stupid Easy Paleo

I added baby spinach and bok choy to mine.  As I dont eat seafood, I omitted the shrimp and fish sauce.  In place of fish sauce I added a bit of soy sauce, green curry paste and red miso.  To make this a full meal, I also added some maifun rice noodles.

Make this Thai Coconut Soup (Tom Kha) recipe for a quick, tasty, nutritious lunch that comes together in just minutes! Paleo and dairy-free!

Source: Thai Coconut Soup (Tom Kha) Recipe – Stupid Easy Paleo

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Polenta With Mushrooms and Soy Recipe – NYT Cooking

you can use pre-made polenta to save on time, but make your own for a big cost savings.  i made this with pre-made, cut into rounds and then pan fried until crispy, then coated with the mushrooms on top.  it was delicious!

Who knows who first mixed soy sauce and butter and discovered the pleasures the combination provides Try the mixture on warm white rice, a steaming pile of greens or an old sneaker – regardless, the taste is a sublime velvet of sweet and salty, along with a kind of pop we call umami, a fifth taste beyond sweet, sour, bitter and salty Soy butter provides warmth and luxury, elegance without pomp

Source: Polenta With Mushrooms and Soy Recipe – NYT Cooking

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Tikka mushrooms – Amuse Your Bouche

Another mushroom recipe from the same site as the previous post. I havent tried these yet, but they sound delicious!  And much more healthy than the fried battered mushrooms..

Tikka mushrooms – Amuse Your Bouche.

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Beer battered mushrooms – Amuse Your Bouche

I had a random but very strong craving last night for beer battered mushrooms.  First I searched local restaurants.. I found one place that served “breaded mushrooms” but it costs like $8 and I just knew it wouldnt be satisfying, around here, those kinds of things resaurants buy frozen and then fry them up.  Usually meh, and the breading is usually gross mush on the inside.  And, restaurants are all about 20 miles away..

Turns out it was incredibly easy, cheap, and quick to make my own.  Cost me around $3 to make, and about 5 minutes of prep work and 10 minutes of cooking time.  So in under 20 minutes, I was eating these delicious things, less than the time it would have even taken me to drive to a restaurant.

I served them with mayo mixed with frank’s red hot sauce.

Beer battered mushrooms – Amuse Your Bouche.

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