Three mushroom pasta filled with button, shitake and oyster mushrooms, Herbes de Provence, garlic, pine nuts, walnuts and parsley? Is your mouth watering yet? This is about to become your new favorite pasta recipe!
The ingredients you need to benefit from all of the mushroom pasta goodness :
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- Spaghetti (or linguine or tagliatelle)
- Button mushrooms
- Shiitake mushrooms
- Oyster mushrooms
- Pine nuts
- Herbes de Provence (a gorgeous mixture of herbs from the Provence France – you can get them on Amazon)
- Hot chili
- Olive oil
- Salt and pepper
Do you have recipes that you make at home that instantaneously bring you back to your childhood home? For me, mushroom pasta is one of those recipes. My mom loves making this decadent mushroom pasta and it has always been a favorite recipe of mine. I love the mixture of button mushrooms, oyster mushrooms and shiitake mushrooms.
This is Hugo’s version of mushroom pasta – he adds celery, Herbes de Provence (our favorite mixture of French herbs) and a generous dose of extra virgin olive oil.
Tips to make this mushroom pasta your reality
- We highly recommend cooking the pasta al dente – the shorter cooking time on the spaghetti package minus one minute for this particular recipe (nothing is worse than overcooked spaghetti).
- We recommend using coarse sea salt for this recipe for added flavor.
One of our favorite countries to visit is Italy. My family lives in Tuscany and we love going to visit them. It is so fun catching up with my family, exploring the natural beauty that Tuscany has to offer and enjoying all of our favorite Tuscan eats.
Why this is about to become one of your favorite mushroom recipes :
- It’s quick and simple to bring together.
- The mushrooms give this pasta a silky, creamy texture.
- Our mushroom pasta is healthier than a creamy mushroom pasta recipe – the mushrooms are cooked exclusively in olive oil (rather than in butter).
- This is a wonderful romantic recipe to make for a lovely dinner for 2.
You may need…
We use Herbes de Provence Spices in a lot of our recipes and recommend you have a nice, organic Herbes de Provence spice mix on hand in your kitchen too… It really does add the special je ne sais quoi in so many recipes. The McCormick Organic Herbes de Provence Spice Mix is a high quality, totally organic spice mix that is perfect for this recipe. This spice mix is about to become your new BFF.
We definitely recommend a high quality frying pan. Our favorite is this one from De Buyer.
Three Mushroom Pasta Wine Pairing
We highly recommend a Pinot Noir to go with this pasta recipe, such as this Easkoot Cellars Foggy Bottom Pinot Noir 2014 (Sonoma Valley).
I hope I have made your mouth water this recipe! If you love mushrooms and delicious, quick and simple homemade pasta recipes, then this mushroom pasta is about to become one of your favorite recipes. Let us know if you’ll be making this recipe down below.
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We promise that you will be blown away by this three mushroom pasta filled with button, shitake and oyster mushrooms!
- ⅓ lbs of spaghetti
- 1 shallot (peeled and finely sliced)
- 1 clove of garlic (peeled and finely sliced)
- 6 medium button mushrooms (peeled)
- 6 medium shiitake mushrooms
- 2.5 oz of oyster mushrooms
- ½ sprig of celery (peeled and finely sliced)
- 1 tbsp pine nuts
- 4 walnuts (crushed)
- 1 tsp of Herbes de Provence (thyme, bay leaves and oregano)
- ¼ tsp of hot chili
- 2 tbsp of parsley (chopped)
- Olive oil
- Salt and pepper
- Cook the spaghetti for one minute less than indicated on the package. (The spaghetti will cook for an extra minute in the frying pan later.)
- Meanwhile, heat olive oil in a frying pan on medium heat.
- Add the shallot, garlic and a pinch of salt.
- Heat for 4 minutes.
- Add the mushrooms and cook for 5 minutes.
- Add the celery, pine nuts, walnuts, Herbes de Provence and hot chili.
- Cook for 2 minutes.
- Put the spaghetti in the frying pan.
- Add the parsley, a pinch of salt and pepper.
- Stir for 1 minute.
2. We seriously heart Herbes de Provence - you can order them on Amazon here. Otherwise, you can mix your own thyme, bay leaves and oregano to make your own.
3. Don't skimp on the mushrooms - you will thank us for including all three. SO GOOD!
4. Alix & Hugo's wine recommendation : Easkoot Cellars Foggy Bottom Pinot Noir 2014 (Sonoma Valley).
If you loved this mushroom pasta recipe, then you will love these other tasty pasta recipes!
Alix & Hugo Strickland Frénoy are a married couple, recipe developers, photographers and lifelong explorers. They created A Hedgehog in the Kitchen to share their passion for healthy, French & International recipes and to inspire you to make simple and delicious homemade food. They also share Parisian restaurant and hotel recommendations as well as their travel adventures on the blog. The blog is home to 200+ articles featuring farm to table recipes, free meal plans & printables to help you become a better homecook and travel recommendations to help you experience Paris and abroad like a local. Sign up to receive 2 free recipes per week as well as food travel tips gathered from our adventures.
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