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High on flavour and packed with nutrients, mushroom is a gorgeous vegetable to cook with and oh so versatile. An excellent source of vitamin D, protein and carbohydrates, mushrooms have potential anti-cancer properties and low glycemic index which make them an excellent dietary option for diabetics. Here are 5 ways to incorporate mushrooms in your meals.
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Spicy and tangy mushrooms cooked in a gravy made with tamarind extract, coconut and chillies.Mushroom Chettinad can be served with rotis or rice.
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Mushroom Masala Toast: Mushroom masala spread over bread with grated cheese and baked.
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Mushroom Bread with a Mushroom Ragout: Delicious mushroom mixture smeared on bread, sprinkled with cheese and baked crisp.
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Stuffed Masala Mushrooms: Mushroom mixture stuffed into mushroom caps with cheese and baked perfect.
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Mushroom Samosa: The classic Indian snack with a twist. Mushrooms replace the good old potato filling in this version of the samosa.