a simple roasted mushroom recipe
I am all about simple, uncomplicated things in life. Sometimes I find myself in the midst of a mess, which is unavoidable as a mom and someone who works freelance, but I always try to steer the ship back towards the simplest form of life. Or at least aspire to do so. Same is try for food because as much as I love eating complex dishes I don't want to be in the kitchen all day for a single meal. My favorite sort of cooking involves just a handful of fresh ingredients and just a few basic steps for preparation.
Yesterday we grilled some blueberry & jarlsberg sausages (purchased locally) and I sautéed some greens. I also roasted these beautiful trumpet mushrooms. Nature really is so inspiring. The shape and color of these are so soft and appealing but what matters most if that they were delicious and quick.
Wipe off the mushrooms (do not wash), slice in half length wise and toss in a bit of olive oil, salt, pepper and throw in a few peeled garlic cloves. I also added a generous amount of fresh Thyme leaves over the top. Spread on parchment paper and bake at 400F / 200C for 15 minutes and enjoy!