7 oz (198g) Baby Oyster Mushrooms 1 Garlic (Whole) (Roasted) 1 French Roll Bread (Toasted) 1 Small Onion 1/2 Tbsp Balsamic 2 Tbsp Olive Oil Dried Thyme Salt, Black Pepper PREPARATIONS: 1- Roast the Garlic and Toast the French roll. Watch Roasted Garlic 2- Slice the mushrooms. 3- Dice the Onion. DIRECTIONS: 1- Fry diced onions with olive oil until golden. 2- Stir in the baby oyster mushrooms and garnish with salt and black pepper. 3- Over low - Medium heat, continue frying for 5 to 7 minutes or until the mushrooms become brown/dark. 4- Add balsamic and dried thyme in the end. Stir and turn off the heat. 5- Spread a roasted garlic clove over a slice of toasted French roll bread. 6- Top with the mushroom mixture as much as you would want. And enjoy
MUSHROOM BRUSCHETTA CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Mushroom Bruschetta is way more than a snack. It is one of those recipes that makes you eat a whole garlic without realizing the benefits you get out of it. Garlic is considered a super food. Studies show that garlic can fight cancer cells. It is believed that garlic can prevent eight to nine types of cancers. Colon Cancer, Breast Cancer, Prostate Cancer and lung cancer which is the leading cause of cancers in the United States. Baby Oyster Mushrooms are a rich source of Iron, Niacin and vitamin D. It is filled with antioxidants. Mushrooms have shown to be effective in cancer prevention as well. One common denominator between mushrooms and garlic (in addition to antioxidants) is the anti-bacterial components. Both garlic and oyster mushrooms have some potent anti bacterial elements. Garlic has always been considered a body cleanser. One serving (3.5 oz / 100g) of Mushroom Bruschetta has 164 calories (44 calories from fat), 4.9g total fat (0.6g saturated fat), 301mg sodium, 170mg potassium, 25.9g total carbohydrates (2.4g dietary fiber, 1.5g sugar) and 5.3g protein. Mushroom Bruschetta has no cholesterol.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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