The leaves are turning brown and yellow, the temperature is on its way down and autumn has definitely arrived. With autumn comes chanterelle season, yay! I love chanterelles. They are a frequent dinner guest in my kitchen and I wanted to share a very simple and delicious autumn favourite recipe with you – chanterelles in cream on tasted bread.
It only takes 5-10 minutes to whip up, so it is a perfect dish for a sunday afternoon after a long walk – perhaps even in the woods to pick chanterelles yourself? If you don’t have a forest near you, you can pick them up at the supermarket, like I did. It is also a great starter dish.
This is what you need:
A loaf of good bread – preferably a nice sourdough one
Salt & pepper
Fresh parsley or chervil
This is what you do:
Cut a few thick slices of bread and stick them in a preheated oven at 200 degrees C. Don’t forget to turn them over to get them toasted on both sides.
Give the chanterelles a good rinse and cut off any dirt/bad parts. Roughly slice them. Add the chanterelles to a hot, dry frying pan and let them roast for a while, till all the water is cooked out of them. Stir frequently. When dry add a good amount of cream.
Let the cream boil on the pan while you stir. Add salt and pepper to taste.
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