While this Mushroom Ragout Thermomix recipe is found in the ‘breakfast’ section of The Healthy Mix IV cookbook, you might want to think outside of the box and serve it as a pasta sauce or with polenta for dinner too.
Mushrooms are one of the healthiest foods that we can eat; they are one of the only non-animal sources for naturally occurring vitamin D, and just one serving of mushrooms can give you a huge hit of nutrients and minerals. Plus, despite what Sian thinks, they’re delicious!
What I love about this recipe is that it is low in calories and big on flavour. You can cook them to have as a side or the Mushroom Ragout can definitely be the star of the meal.
For the ultimate breakfast, why not tray some Mushroom Ragout on top of a slice of toasted Savoury Loaf and a spoonful of Maple Bacon Spread…drool!
This Mushroom Ragout recipe in The Healthy Mix IV has variations to help make the recipe suitable for Low Carb Healthy Fat, Paleo, Vegetarian and also how to halve the recipe in the Thermomix.
Budget: You can mix up the mushrooms that you use, alternatively use just one or two of the suggested mushrooms.
Serve warm on toasted sourdough or Savoury Loaf [The Healthy Mix IV p.12] for breakfast or mixed through pasta. My favourite way to serve these delicious mushrooms is on top of a grilled steak with my Silky Sweet Potato Mash from the website.