Chef John's Creamy Mushroom Pasta
A beautiful, aromatic, creamy mushroom sauce coats hot cooked fettuccine pasta in this quick dish. You can use any kind of pasta you like.
The secret to this deep rich soup is a long slow caramelization, the key to unlocking the mushroom's magic. This is just pure essence of mushroom.
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Orecchiette pasta is simmered with Italian sausage and arugula to prepare this quick-and-easy, one-pot meal.
Pasta primavera is a straightforward recipe; fettuccine tossed with an array of fresh spring vegetables. When done right, this is one of the year's great seasonal recipes.
This Sicilian classic is made with fresh fennel, saffron, pine nuts, golden raisins, and oil-packed sardines on bucatini or thick spaghetti.
Mushroom sauce can be done with any type of stock, but I used beef stock here since I'm going to be serving with meatloaf.
Chef John's easy-to-make, old-school macaroni and cheese has a perfectly crispy crust and a gooey center.
First time ever writing a review. I found Chef John's Chicken Kiev recipe a few months ago and was gobsmacked at how well it worked - so I thought I'd try this. This dish is incredible. I used the recipe exactly as is using fresh herbs (maybe extra garlic). I used excellent quality stock and premium parmigiano. It was not bland at all. If you use dried herbs, cheap stock, cheap parmigiano and omit the sherry, what do you expect other than bland? Only other alteration was I couldn't get Shitake so I used some dried porcini which I re-hydrated and poured the juice in. I am not normally a tarragon fan. This was just sensational. I cook a lot. I rarely say this. Thanks Chef John!!!