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Wild mushroom stroganoff

This absolutely delicious meal can be made in ten minutes…it is my go to for a fast meal and I never tire of the creamy and delicious taste.

Mushrooms have powerful medicinal properties and have been used in this way for thousands of years, with Ancient Egyptians calling them the food of immortality.

Mushrooms don’t just contribute to our basic nutritional needs, they are a functional food, meaning they have a highly beneficial effect on our health and wellbeing.

They are a source of B-vitmains, selenium, potassium and the only source of naturally occurring plant-based vitamin-D, so a great food if you are following a vegan diet.

Mushrooms have been found to improve immunity, have anti-infammatory properties as well as having a positive effect on gut bacteria….pass the funghi!!

Here is our immune-boosting, anti-inflammatory wild mushroom stroganoff…delicious!


1 punnet of wild mushrooms

(we use a mixture of eryngii, shiitake, oyster, buna-shimeji, shiro-shimeji)

For those local to Clevedon, The Veg Box stock a mixed punnet of wild mushrooms.

1 teaspoon of Miso (we use use the Clearspring organic Miso, available in store)

100g of CoYo yoghurt (cultured coconut yoghurt, available in store)

1 tablespoon of coconut aminos (available in store)


Fry the wild mushrooms for 5 minutes in coconut oil. Add a teaspoon of miso and fry for a further 5 minutes. Add the CoYO and coconut aminos. That's it! Sprinkle with toasted seeds or a pinch of chilli. Serve with salad or cauli-rice, sautéed kale or have as an accompaniment.


The food adventure continues