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  • Even though the first time I tried it, I thought that it would never be enough, keep in mind that pâté is extremely filling, so a little really does go a long way

    • by Jessie Bahrey
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      There is a backlash these days against eating pâté, but I must confess that I haven’t yet jumped on that bandwagon. I serve and eat it as a treat, usually once of twice a year during the holidays, and more often than not, my guests are all over it. I have made this following recipe for several years now, and it is always a hit. Even though the first time I tried it, I thought that it

      would never be enough, keep in mind that pâté is extremely filling, so a little really does go a long way. The flavours in this appetizer work well together and make a tasty dish. Also, this recipe does not take long to make, and it also does not require many exotic but hard-to-find ingredients. You should try it!

      Ingredients:

      8 ounce cremini or white mushrooms (I have used both, successfully) 2 tablespoons sesame or peanut oil 1/3 cup minced ...


      • shallots Salt and pepper to taste 2 tablespoons dry or medium-dry sherry or Marsala 2 tablespoons miso paste 1 tablespoon lemon juice 2 tablespoons finely chopped chives or parsley (I live chives best) 24 whole wheat baguette toasts (I have also large cocktail crackers) 3 ½ ounces enoki mushrooms

        Directions:

        Break up cremini mushrooms and place in food processor; pulse until minced. In a skillet, heat oil over medium heat and fry shallots until soft. Add cremini mushrooms, salt

        and pepper, and sauté until lightly browned. Stir in sherry; cook until liquid is evaporated. Mix miso paste and lemon juice, add to mushroom mixture, stirring well to combine. Scrape into a bowl, let cool. Stir in chives. Spread heaping 1 teaspoon on each toast.

        Trim root ends off enoki mushrooms; place in heatproof sieve. In a pot of boiling salted water, dunk sieve to blanch enoki mushrooms, just until wilted, 5-10 seconds. Drain well, and garnish each toast with a few enoki mushrooms on each one.

        Makes 25 baguettes.




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