Autumn is the perfect quiche making time. There is something about these yellow mushrooms that always call my name. Since being a child and wandering in the forests it always made me so happy and exited to go mushroom hunting. Especially when returning with those yellow beauties. As Chanterelles are non toxic, they are very easy to prepare and often accompany my autumn dishes. That is why I decided to get an easy, tasty and healthy recipe up here as well. Slowly growing my savoury section here on my website, so happy about that
Hope you will like this recipe. Let me know in the comments!
This is my fall fashion. Combining being in the nature with being in my kitchen. Nothing makes me happier than local seasonal nature gifts. From berries to fruit to veggies to mushrooms. Though the weather gets more rainy and cold this is one of my favourite seasons. Supporting my mental health and being friendly towards my wallet as well, win-win.
Here, in this recipe, I challenged my Blendtec blender to make some buckwheat flour. I used to buy all the fancy glutenfree flours until Blendtec entered my life. Now I can grind anything (well, still edible grains) into flour within seconds. I just put raw Buckwheat groats into the Blendtec Wildside jar, used the touch speed bar and ended up having a nice smooth buckwheat flour. It was easier than I thought! Check my Blendtec review post with discount codes here.
For the filling I previously fried the mushrooms with some greens. Pulsed the tofu micture in my Kitchenaid small food processor and mixed them all together. Then let the oven do most of the job and ready it is.
Are you a mushroom hunter as well? Let me know in the comments
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