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We are all meated out! Any easy vegetarian supper suggestions please?

(5 Posts)
Helzapoppin Wed 29-Dec-10 15:39:44

Oh Lordy! I think it was the porkpie and leftover three bird roast with novelty chutney that finally finished us off. DH (a committed carnivore) has just admitted he disposed of the leftover porkpie and stilton I gave him for lunch (?!) and went to Pret a Manger for a salad and I couldn't face another slice of marmalade glazed ham if my life depended on it!

Any suggestions for quick and simple vegetarian supper dishes (preferably involving mushrooms, no shortage of those, for some reason) greatly appreciated

BlingLoving Wed 29-Dec-10 15:41:52

Fry your mushrooms with some garlic and lemon in butter and put on pasta.

If you have squash or any sort you could stuff them with a mushroom/cheese sauce?

Or DH and I regularly do our standby easy, tasty veggie dish which is roasted veggies of whateever we have, but definitely with tomato served on couscous.

BelligerentYhoULE Wed 29-Dec-10 16:07:12

I like baby mushrooms fried with some garlic and an onion then a slug of brandy or white wine then a tb of creme fraiche, served with pitta bread and salad.

Or mushroom stroganoff and rice maybe?

Or mushrooms are nice done with curry spices and served with naan bread and some minty yoghurt.

Rupreckt Wed 29-Dec-10 16:09:56

We had fried mushrooms with polenta last night. Just lightly fried in garlic and oil.

However, DH made the most delishus chickpea soup with rosemary the other day and that is a welcome relief from the rest of the crap we have been eating!

Helzapoppin Wed 29-Dec-10 16:34:13

Thanks for the ideas. I have made a ministrone soup for tonight (to use up leftover crudites!) and will be going for mushrooms tomorrow. I love the idea of a mushroom stroganoff- that sounds very tasty indeed and just fried in garlic may do for lunch the next day (with parsley and spaghetti I think). Oh, I feel hungry again for the first time in days!

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