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Old 02-27-2013, 02:58 PM   #1
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Default Home Alone Food- Anna's Romanian Mushroom Stew

SWMBO is back on the road. Cooking for 1 commenses.

This is one off the net, but I've been making it for a while. The mushrooms seem to make a sauce at the bottom of your bowl, and the onions turn into not just carmelized onions but bacon and mushroom carmelized onions. There is more of magic in this pot than science.

My thanks to Anna, whomever she might be. When I picture her, I think she is most likely pretty hot.



ANNA'S ROMANIAN MUSHROOM STEW
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1 lb. bacon
3 - 4 med to lg. onions
1 lb. fresh mushrooms
Salt and pepper to taste

Fry cut up bacon until crisp. Remove from pan but leave drippings. Add onions to bacon drippings (sliced) and fry until soft. Drain grease from onions. Add drained bacon and onions to saucepan. Wash and cut fresh mushrooms. Scald with boiling water then squeeze well. Add mushrooms to bacon and onions (salt and pepper to taste). Cook 15 minutes in covered pan.


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Simple, but sounds very tasty!


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Does sound good.
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I'm a little surprised Subsailor hasnt been all over this one. ha!
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Some wood ear mushrooms would go very well in this. Oh, and grill up some portabellas, then ladle this stew over the top of them like a gravy...
Mmmmmmmmmm...
Makes me think of the mushroom scenes in the original Journey To The Center Of The Earth movie.
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I do something similar and add sour cream and serve over noodles.
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I do something similar and add sour cream and serve over noodles.
I adore this idea. Kind of a take on stroganoff.
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Some wood ear mushrooms would go very well in this. Oh, and grill up some portabellas, then ladle this stew over the top of them like a gravy...
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Makes me think of the mushroom scenes in the original Journey To The Center Of The Earth movie.
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Or even better, baby bellos... smaller and more tender and you wont have to cut them!

Maybe over biscuits...
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Oh crap now I am hungry
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I adore this idea. Kind of a take on stroganoff.
Yes it is. It makes a great side or meal, easy to doctor up or leave alone.

I've got a mash going for ginger beer at the moment. I may need to get to the store a little later after reading this thread!


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