Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Sausage and mushrooms

This is one of my favorite dishes, I love it for its flavor and simplicity. This goes best with pasta or you can serve with your choice of fresh breads like Khubus, Roti or French loaf.

Here's what you need

1. a can of beef franks

2. a couple of boxes of fresh champignons (fancy word for mushrooms :P )

3. few cloves of garlic and half inch piece of ginger

4. extra virgin olive oil

5. shallots and green chillies

6. some of my secret spices ;)

Heat the olive oil in a wok and fry the crushed garlic and chopped ginger, when they release their aroma add the shallots and green chillies. When the shallots are soft and translucent add the mushrooms and frankfurters and toss them all together. The mushrooms will start to lose water and reduce drastically in size. Now I add my spices and toss them again to mix the spices. Keep the wok on a medium flame and toss them till the water evaporates and leaves the dish slightly moist but not too dry.



Serve hot and enjoy !


Have a nice weekend !

3 comments:

Jonyboy said...

Even I'm a fan of sausages....both chicken n beef. Its so easy to cook n it leaves a lasting 'imprezzione' on the palatte, too. I usually cook it with more chilly...(a must for Indians, like me).....n keep the rest of the additives, like the mushrooms or eggs, to the bare minimum...so as to, get more chunks of the sausages. I even like it plain n simple, with mayo n ketchup, in a fresh samoon.

Thanks for tat recipe, Mat....will try it out, some time, over the weekend....but wat is the 'secret' recipe, of urs? A peck on ur cheek, from ur dear wife...for doing the cooking n saving her the trouble..????

Rayboy said...

hmmmm.... secret ...eh?

Mathai said...

Jonyboy: i prefer not to keep it too spicy. I love the flavor of fresh mushrooms.

Ray: yup, like KFC :P

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