The new year has been around for over three weeks and I have not visited this space to post anything. I haven't really cooked anything new. And if I have, I haven't had a chance to take a picture. In those rare cases where there is a picture, I haven't uploaded it. If I have, I simply haven't gotten around to blogging about it. I have been actively participating in the Project 365 and a fair bit of my attention was diverted there. I have also started reading and am onto my fourth book for 2010 already. To all my readers here at The Singing Chef, wishing you a happy new year.
I took part in the Taste & Create event almost two years ago. I really enjoyed it. I made the most amazing pumpkin cake from Ben's blog. More than the actual act of recreating a dish, I enjoyed going through the blog in detail. So, when I decided to participate in the same event this time around, I was paired with Vanilla Strawberry Springfields. Everytime I went to her blog, I got lost. One visit there and you will know why.
I dragged my feet on this event and suddenly I remembered that the last day for the event was round the corner. I went to the blog once again and I was, at the same time, wondering what to make for lunch. The very first post on her blog that day caught my eye. I had almost everything the recipe called for and this recipe called out to me. Without further ado, I bring to you Stir Fried Mushrooms with Pasta.
It is a keeper recipe and everything comes together rather quickly.
100g Spaghetti, prepared according to instructions on the pack
200g Mushrooms, sliced
1 cup Spinach, roughly chopped
1 cup Spring Onions, chopped (whites and greens)
1 cup Capsicum, sliced (I used red, yellow and green)
1 tbsp Olive Oil
1 tsp Groundnut Oil
1 tsp Garlic paste
1 tsp Soya sauce
1 tsp Chilli Sauce
1 tsp Sugar
Salt to taste
Heat the olive oil and fry the spring onion whites and garlic paste. Add the mushrooms and saute for a couple of minutes. Add the capsicum and fry for 3-4 minutes. Add the groundnut oil and the spinach and cook until the spinach wilts. Add the spring onion greens along with the soya and chilli sauces, sugar and salt.
Serve over a bed of spaghetti. See, I told you. It doesn't get much easier than this. A wholesome meal is ready in minutes.
I love mushroom and mushroom and pasta wow,. Looks so yumm and so glossy.
lovely pasta..love the mushrooms too..too good.
Nice dish and lovely picture......
yaaay you're back with some yummy looking pasta, I was wondering when you'd start posting again:)
Finally you're back :)
This one looks like a fun and fast meal to put together!
Interesting combo.Loved the version, a sure try soon. Pic is good too.
Oh yeah i did stop in here earlier but the less said about my internet the better :-))))
U did excellente and am loving ur pic Raaga....
Am so glad to be introduced to ur lovely world of a tresure of fantastic recipes thru taste and create....
Where the dal pics go,ur flavours so important and i think u rock and thats what counts.....
I love mushrooms and Italian is my fav type of cuisine....Cant wait to try this....looks so yummylicious...Keep up the gr8 work !
Love mushrooms and love pasta...this is great :)
Good to be back, huh :) And a lovely dish too
Can I just have loads of the mushrooms? :) You were missed!
Looks divine and filling will make a great dinner!!!
spaghetti looks yummy. My son's favorite lunch box food. BTW I am new to the blog world.
Good to see you back.Seems like we decided to take a short break together;).The pic is too droolworthy..yummm:):)
Nice food blogging!
Definitely a keeper recipe. will try out soon
mushroom and spaghetti..nice combination
Delicious as usual!!!
this look very delicious.
Mashroom is one of my fav.goona try it.
Mushrooms & Spaghetti; intriguing...
Reminds me It's been really long since I did T&C too!
Love mushrooms and it looks like one hearty meal!
Your blog is good.
Mushrooms & Spaghetti look yum and tempting!
Never tried mushrooms but this recipe is tempting me!!!
your blog is very tasty . i love mushroom
This sounds so delicious! Its a pity I am allergic to Mushrooms.
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Very good blog.
Hey Raags, looks like you haven't posted anything new in about a month. I've been in the same blogging slump, trying hard to get over it too. Hope you get back to food blogging soon!
mushroom and spaghetti is great combination,,looks delicious
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