“Snow” mushroom salad

Mushrooms. So simple  to cook and, perhaps, one of the few ingredients that are tasty even raw. Mushrooms are a good source of B vitamin and are very good in diets because mushroom have so little calories and are fatless.

  • Prep Time 10 min
  • Cook Time 15 min
  • Score 10/10

Snow? Well, the dish turned out to be white…so…

Let’s make a salad

The instruments I used:

  • A bowl for the dressing preparation
  • A salad bowl for…the salad.

How I did it:

Step 1

The mushrooms: I chopped all the mushrooms into cubic small pieces. I put them into the salad bowl.

Step 2

Preparing the “snow” dressing: In the bowl I put the mayonnaise, about 3 spoons, added one spoon of the Dijon mustard. Then I added 2 spoons of balsamic vinegar, the herbs (rosemary, bay, coriander and dill). Mix it together. After mixing, I added the minced garlic and the lemon, juiced. I mixed again. Tasted. The flavor is there for sure

Step 3

The final touch: I poured the dressing on the mushrooms and mixed carefully. I tasted. Good taste, but needed a touch of salt.

After, I added the 5 olives in order to make the plating look decent. 🙂
And, of course, just a little dill above. It looked good. And tasted…consistent.

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