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deviled mushrooms on toasted ciabatta


a fabulous classic english dish which i have slightly adapted from a version i found on an english website and which i'm posting for the 2005 zaar world tour. it makes an ideal light lunch or supper snack.


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  1. Preheat the grill to high
  2. Heat the butter in a non-stick pan with the olive oil
  3. Until the butter begins to foam
  4. Add the sliced shallots and gently saute for 2-3 minutes
  5. Or until they have softened
  6. Add the halved mushrooms and saute for 3 minutes
  7. Over a moderate heat
  8. Or until they have softened and are golden
  9. Add the paprika
  10. Stir well
  11. Then add the worcestershire sauce and the mustard
  12. Stir well and cook for a further minute
  13. Before adding the sour cream
  14. Lower the heat
  15. And gently heat the cream through for 1 minute
  16. Meanwhile rub the slices of bread with the garlic
  17. Cut side down and place place the slices of bread onto a baking sheet
  18. Then under a hot grill for 1-2 minutes
  19. On each side
  20. Or until toasted and golden
  21. Remove the toasted slices from the grill
  22. Place them onto a serving plate and spoon the mushroom mix over the top
  23. Sprinkle with chopped parsley
  24. And serve
  25. "chefs"
  26. If you cannot find these
  27. Use flat field mushrooms which are always great
  28. But may need a little more cooking

Step 10

Total Time in Minute 20

Ingredients Count 11

cooking deviled mushrooms on toasted ciabatta

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Olive oil


Chestnut mushrooms


Worcestershire sauce

Coarse grain mustard

Sour cream

Crusty bread

Garlic clove

Fresh parsley

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