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About 101waystocookmushrooms

Here, Adam and Ali of write about the yummy stuff we're cooking. And eating. Mmmmm. (It won't all be mushrooms. The name is basically a lie).

BBQ Mushroom with Satay Sauce

By Manishta Sunnia Peanut butter Soy sauce Ginger Garlic Lemon juice Oil Mushrooms Skewers Grate garlic & ginger into a bowl then add all other ingredients Mix into a paste. You can use different mushroom sizes – if large cut … Continue reading

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Strike solidarity soup (how to make and transport it)

by Soup Dragon At something like an occupation or a picket line, hot food works wonders for morale. The problem is, they usually take place in locations that are a bit short of cooking facilities, but with a bit of … Continue reading

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The world’s best coleslaw

By Siân Berry This recipe isn’t mine but is my best imitation of the amazing coleslaw you used to be able to get at the Onion sandwich shop on Sicilian Avenue in London. They don’t even make it like this … Continue reading

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Use up the courgette glut – recipe one

By Kay Gee Ingredients kilo of boneless stewing meat – I use pork – leave out if veggie. oil for browning 2 onions garlic (couple of cloves) 225ml white wine 6 big fresh toms if you’ve grown them or can … Continue reading

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Courgette Cake

By Alyson Macdonald Despite being fairly mainstream in North America, in this country, courgette cake is like an obscure indie band that nobody else has heard of yet – but that just makes it even more awesome. I made up … Continue reading

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Carrots in spicy tomato sauce

By Manishta Sunnia This is a very simple and tasty dish to make. I usually have it with couscous or rice. Ingredients: Carrots Tinned tomatoes Garlic (finely chopped) Ginger (finely chopped) Chilli (flakes or fresh ones more for flavour. Powdered … Continue reading

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Banana Curry

by Manishta Sunnia I was born and raised on an island in the Indian Ocean. Mauritius is relatively well-known and an ex-British colony. The country was not populated until western traders and sailors visited it and migrant cultures began to … Continue reading

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