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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.



READER'S COMMENT:
"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

22 Reviews for Alpine Mushroom Pasta

05/02/2010
Anonymous

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

YUM YUM!

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12/07/2009
Anonymous

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.

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09/23/2009
Anonymous

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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09/23/2009
Anonymous

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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09/23/2009
Anonymous

I really enjoyed this dish. A good filling vegetarian meal. I used sharp cheddar and didn't really notice the flavor so I would leave it out next time and save some calories. I used presliced portobellos and didn't bother to de-gill them.

April, Union, ME

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