Wild mushroom pumpkin pasta is one of vegan food that has a great taste. Although you are not a vegan, you can also try and cook it. The taste is very delightful and you will in love with this type of vegan food. If you want to cook this food, we will share the best recipe with the best ingredients that you can try.
How to cook wild mushroom pumpkin pasta at your home.
Cook a delicious food will always make everybody happy right. Moreover, is not only talk about the food, but the way to cook is by yourself and by your hand. No food store could defeat a homemade. Moreover, it is your homemade. Let’s see closer the recipe and all the ingredients that you need
- ½ cup of raw cashews
- Two cups of pumpkin puree.
- ½ cup of vegetable stock
- Three large of garlic. Minced the two of garlic
- One tablespoon of salt and black pepper
- Three tablespoons of olive oil
- 250 grams of mixed mushrooms
- Two of shallots
- ½ teaspoon of dried thyme
- 250 grams of pasta. You can use any pasta that you love
- A cup of fresh parsley
1First, soak he cashews in hot water for 20 minutes until the cashews getting sot. And then, blend the cashew, the pumpkin puree, the vegetable stock or broth, a large garlic and a tablespoon of salt in a blender. Combine all the ingredients until getting smooth and creamy. For the pasta, you can cook the pasta in line with the package directions.
2Heat three tablespoons of olive oil in a large pan over medium heat. Begin to cook with the mushroom for 2 minutes until the mushrooms getting golden and brown. Stir the mushroom until both of the fungus getting golden and brown. And the remove the mushroom and replace it with the other mushroom.
3Add the shallots, garlic, dried thyme until all of it was getting soft and transparent. Combine all of the ingredients with the fried mushrooms. Season the salt and the black pepper all over the food. Add the pasta and also the pumpkin sauce in the fried mushrooms. Top the meal with the fresh parsley
Is it very easy right to cook the wild mushroom pumpkin pasta? Enjoy your food everyone.