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Fettuccine with Shiitake Mushrooms & Basil

Fall 2004, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (176 votes)

EatingWell reader Sidra Goldman of Washington, D.C., contributed this fresh-tasting whole-wheat pasta recipe. Lemon zest accents the basil beautifully.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Oh boy howdy! REALLY good! I was surprised! Lemon and garlic really go well together. I always have the temptation to use TOO many spices, but I stuck mostly to the recipe and voila! Delicious food was manifested. The only thing I did a...
Fettuccine with Shiitake Mushrooms & Basil Recipe

30 Reviews for Fettuccine with Shiitake Mushrooms & Basil

08/30/2014
Anonymous
Outstanding with some Italian sausage!

I literally just made this about 20 minutes ago and it is outstanding! I did, however, cook and crumble two links of Italian sausages before hand and added that to the mushrooms and garlic after they had cooked. I also used gluten free pasta. The flavor is bright, bold, and hearty. This recipe is a keeper for sure.

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07/21/2013
Family Said 10 Stars!!

Made the recipe as written.
Will definitely make again.
With the lemon flavor, shrimp would be a nice addition.

Quick, Easy, and Delicious!
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03/04/2013
Anonymous
Missing something

Loved the combination of flavors, but found them very mild. It's fettuccine. With lemon. And garlic. Parmesan. Not enough mushrooms in my opinion. Maybe good as a smaller serve as a side to a dish. But not a meal on its own. A decent serve, if serving for 4 as the recipe suggests, but I finished the meal, full belly but looking for something else. Was not satisfied.

Easy, budget friendly
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01/26/2013
Anonymous

Made this tonight, enjoyed it, so is my husband. Citrus and basil give a really interesting twist. I used wheat angel hair pasta.

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08/28/2012

Made this for dinner tonight and it was wonderful!

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