Pepper Mushrooms are the perfect, quick, healthy snack or starter. It's a one pot dish, with easy to chop ingredients and a short cooking time. If we substitute olive oil for butter it even becomes vegan!
Cooking is a useful life skill for everyone. With children it's a great way to keep them productively occupied and teach them to fend for themselves going forward. It's also a great help when you are exhausted ;-) Of course, there has to be constant and active supervision, but the rewards in the form of family bonding are priceless.
Not everyone enjoys mushrooms, but for those of you who do, they are a great source of protein and Vitamin D in a vegetarian diet.
- Butter - 1-2 sticks
- Mushrooms - 1 packet - diced
- Garlic - 5 cloves finely chopped
- Onions - 2 large
- Black pepper
- Soya sauce
- Chilli sauce
- Heat Pan
- Melt butter, don;t let it burn
- Add onion & garlic, fry well
- Add Mushrooms, fry well
- Add salt to taste (soy sauce is salty so balance)
- Add Soy sauce, mix
- Add chilli sauce, mix
- Serve hot with soup or as a starter
Enjoy cooking with your family.
You can watch us make our version of pepper mushrooms below:
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