Potato and Mushroom Casserole. Kartuli ja seenevorm

A fresh, light, vegetable casserole recipe perfect for a dinner.

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seene kertulivorm (10)This summer was very warm. In May, June, July, August were hot, 30 C degrees. The Estonian climate is very humid, so warm feels hotter and cold is colder.
I love summer and it would be unfair to whine. But heat spill is that mushroom are not growing. Mushroom needs rain and humidity.

But now in September finally started to rain… 🙂

But still. It is not necessary to use wild mushrooms, this dish will be delicious with champignon as well 🙂

Potato and Mushrooms Casserole

  • Servings: 3-4
  • Difficulty: easy
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A fresh, light, vegetable casserole recipe perfect for a dinner.

seene kertulivorm (2)

Ingredients

    for 20×20 cm casserole
  • 200 g potatoes
  • ca 200 g chanterelle.
  • 1 onion. You can add more vegetables: tomato, capsicum, peas, beet root, carrot…
  • 1 glove of garlic
  • 1 egg
  • ca 250 ml milk
  • ca 100 g white vine
  • –salt, pepper, dill

Directions

    seene kertulivorm (12)1. Cut potato in to thin slices and boil  in to a soft.

  1. Fresh chanterelle: Heat the chanterelle in a skillet until water has evaporated. Frozen: melt, fry slightly.
  2. 09297339085658875ee5caab4f65c394-0 Add wine and sliced vegetables. Reduce wine, cook, while vegetable are half soft

  3. Mix together beaten egg and milk
  4. Put in to the casserole potato as a bottom layer, than mushrooms with vegetables and  again potato as the upper layer
  5. 5.. Bake in to the oven 180 C convection ca 40-45 minutes.

    Head isu!

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