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Tantalizing Baked Lemon Pesto Mushrooms Casserole Recipe

appetizing baked lemon pesto mushrooms casserole recipe
Originating from Italy, #Pesto traditionally consists of garlic, basil, and pine nuts blended with olive oil, plus types of cheese like the Parmigiano-Reggiano ( Parmesan Cheese ).

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Having a bottle of pesto in the fridge makes cooking so convenient as you can whip up delicious Italian dishes like Pesto Spaghetti, Pesto Prawns, and this enticing Italian Baked Lemon Pesto Mushrooms Casserole anytime you want. This sourish pesto appetizer, using a mix of mushrooms and cherry tomatoes, is so easy to prepare and is definitely for the novice cooks!

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Check out the beautiful colour of the Green Pesto I bought from Marks & Spencer ( M&S ). It is certainly one of the best supermarket products I have come across.

Ingredients:
5 Shitake mushrooms
200g White button mushrooms
200g Enoki mushrooms
8 Cherry tomatoes
2 tbsp Pesto sauce
1 tbsp Lemon juice
30 ml Extra virgin olive oil

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Method:
  • Preheat oven at 200°C.
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  • Dispose stems and cut up mushrooms.
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  • Mix mushrooms and tomatoes with pesto and olive oil.
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  • Stir in lemon juice. I bought this bottle of lemon from #Daison for just $2, and it is a great substitute if you run out of fresh lemon juice. Definitely value-for-money!
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  • Pop the casserole into the oven and bake for about 15 minutes. Time varies depending on your type of oven. Serve your Italian Baked Lemon Pesto Mushrooms Casserole hot!

48 comments:

  1. Looks mouth watering, I love dishes which has mushroom.

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  2. Need to try pesto is so versatile.

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  3. Saw your post on this dish in FB. Drooling. I prefer pesto to pasta actually. Easier to cook.

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  4. This looks amazing! Can't wait to try it out..

    My Makeup Mémoire

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  5. Is this a fusion dish? What type of mushrooms do Italian usually use? I often see Shitake and Enoki mushrooms in Japanese dishes and seldom in Italian dishes.

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    1. Yap, you can call it fusion since I'm mixing the wild Italian Champignon Mushrooms ( white button mushrooms ) with the Japanese Shitake and Enoki in the Italian pesto sauce. Try it, it's yummy! ^_^

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  6. Simple technic yet looks so yummy. I hardly make such a dish. We the typical Asians usually eat rice or noodles and plenty of chillies.

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  7. So delicious dear! Thanks for sharing and have an amazing new week!

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  8. It looks beautiful, Shirley, and sounds wonderful! :)

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  9. I love pesto, this recipe looks delicious!!!
    Kisses, Paola.

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  10. i'm a huge mushroom monster and these look amazing!

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  11. I adore anything with pesto in it! I really need to try this recipe out! thanks so much Shirley <3


    Serene xoxo

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  12. Wonderful dish, looks delicious:-)
    thanks for sharing...I must try it some day...I often prepare mushrooms.

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  13. Wow this look so delicious
    xx

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  14. This dish looks great but..i don't like mushrooms :-(
    Have a great start of week, kisses

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  15. Hi Shirley,

    This is yummy! I won't say no to this super-mushroom dish!!!

    Zoe

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  16. healthy, delicious and easy to make.

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  17. This combination of flavors sounds wonderfully delicious Shirley!

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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  18. very delicious recipe, Shirley :)

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  19. Delicious! I love all recipes with mushrooms. Thanks for sharing! Have a wonderful week!

    Jasmine ♥

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  20. It looks yummy :) xxx
    www.wajihaslifediary.blogspot.com

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  21. I am salivating as I type this, Shirley! Need I say more? ;)

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  22. This sounds like a really easy meal to make and it also looks nice too! Thank you for sharing! x

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  23. tangy pesto???
    hmm sounds tempting to try!!!
    Dedy@Dentist Chef

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  24. Mmmmmm the food looks so amazingly tasty xoxo

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  25. I bet that dish smells amazing, too!

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  26. sounds tasty! Thank you for sharing!
    xoxo

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  27. I love pesto. I remember made once before and go with the pasta. Oh yummm...I love you adding the mushrooms and some cherry tomatoes.

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  28. My gf would love this! She likes to have super duper lotsa mushrooms in her dishes!

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    1. You can cook for her this dish now that you've got the recipe, Henry :D

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  29. Hi darling,
    OMG it looks so delicious!! I'm Italian...I love pesto so much! Yummy!!!
    Baci,
    Coco et La vie en rose - Valeria Arizzi

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  30. This dish looks so 5-star. You are just amazing. Have you ever tried cooking or catering in 5-star hotels or restaurants?

    Stay Wonderful Always,
    Heide
    Kintsugi of Life

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  31. Wow what a great recipe Shirley! Mushrooms and pesto - two of my favourite things! x

    The Belle Narrative

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  32. Great post dear!!!you have a good day!!

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  33. This looks real easy to prepare and I love mushrooms - all types, shall try this.

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  34. Never thought of using pesto sauce in chinese dishes! very creative Shirley!

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  35. Oh this dish looks so simple and delicious to make! I'm a huge fan of pesto but I find that all types of jarred pestos tend to be much stronger and saltier than fresh pesto. I wish basil was cheaper in singapore because then I'd make fresh pesto all the time! Great creative dish Shirley!

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