Monday, June 25, 2007

Sauteed mushrooms and onions with wilted spinach on Whole Wheat toast.

Do you have bread? Do you have Spinach? How about cheese, onions and mushrooms? These are staples in my home, which means if I have had a long day, I can throw together this sandwich in a hurry, and still really think I put dinner together. It's brilliant!
Since I made this recipe up, I am not exactly sure on amounts. It is a easy and I am sure you can figure this one out.

Sautee white onion and mushrooms in olive oil together until soft.
Add course salt and pepper.
Meanwhile, toast whole wheat or grain bread.
Add Dijon deli mustard like and mayonnaise on toasted bread.
Right before adding mushrooms to toast, add bunch of spinach to mixture and let them wilt slightly add balsamic vinegar and mix around for a few more minutes.
Place on toasted bread with cheese such as fresh mozzarella.


Amy said...

I have been delightedly enjoying your recipes. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Mmmm, spinach and mushrooms, two of my favorite things. I'm a lacto-ovo vegetarian and I love your blog. Gives me all sorts of idea.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing so many great recipes. I am such a robot when I am in the grocery store that I tend to buy the same things ~ I often want to exchange carts with someone at the checkout and go home with different options.
What is typically on your grocery list?

nie nie said...

reading saturdays grocrey list:
whole wheat bread
greens (spinach, arugula)
cheeses (mozz, parm, feta, fontina)
black licorice (my favo treat)
organic yogurt
fresh chives, sage, basil
sockeye salmon fillets
whole wheat pita bread
albacore tuna in olive oil (my fav)
pine nuts
soy dog
organic tomato soup

there you have it.

pflower10 said...

What kind of mushrooms are in this?

jessi said...

This was yummy! Thanks!

Finamoon said...

Yum!! Sounds so good! I will have to try this!

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EmJo said...

^ Anon clearly hasn't read the NieNie Dialogues. LOL.

This recipe has saved us busy students on many a late night. Thanks!

Lindsey said...

Just tried this one too. Yum!