Alpine Mushroom Pasta

March/April 2009

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In northern Italy, the influences of neighboring Austria and Switzerland are apparent in dishes like this pasta featuring Savoy cabbage and mushrooms in a light wine sauce. Serve with Caesar salad and bread sticks.

"We are working to incorporate more vegetarian dishes to our dinners and this recipe was a winner! We didn't add the cheese (milk allergy) and served it with crusty bread with the olive oil/balsamic dipping side on the same dish to give a...
Alpine Mushroom Pasta

19 Reviews for Alpine Mushroom Pasta


This dish was really tasty. It looked beautiful with all the different colours and textures. I love the idea of adding the cabbage to the pasta water. The addition of the smoked cheese was an unusual and tasty addition. My family enjoyed this, although some thought it was a little light.

Ontario, Canada


This is the best dish I have ever made! It was super delicious and my fiancee who doesn't really like mushrooms loved this.

I did make a few changes. I did not use cabbage. Also, I didn't have dried sage so I used dried rubbed sage which tasted great. I bought regular gouda cheese instead of smoked on accident and it ended up coming out fantastic. This is such an easy and good recipe. Highly recommended!


I loved it! I made a few changes, here they are:

didn't use cabbage
used 1/2 tsp. onion powder instead of onions
didn't use sage
added diced red bell pepper to skillet with mushrooms & garlic
used 5 cloves of freshly minced garlic
only used 1/4-1/2 c. of leftover noodle water
put back on burner on simmer for 5 minutes covered to thicken
used mozzarella cheese



My fiance and I liked this recipe. It was not hard to put together and it tasted good. The only issue I had was that the cheese I used (smoked Gouda) didn't melt and I had expected it to. We would eat it again.


This was ok, but it need some other spice added, I'm not a foodie so I dont know what is needed but it is a little bland!!!

Ronnie, Kingsport, TN


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