NOODLES with MUSHROOM and CROCUS– 330 g
Contains wild Mushrooms
Ready to cook
Traditional Product Certification
The wild mushrooms
The wide family of wild mushrooms includes very tasty and beneficial species. When eating mushrooms you add to your diet high biological value proteins, while suppling your organism with precious metals and minerals.
Mushrooms are considered as an excellent food, as they contain very small amounts of fat and sugar, but significant amounts of fiber. They have enough amount of proteins.. So they are ideal for vegetarians. They are the ideal choice for those who want to lose weight, since they contain few calories (13 calories per 100 gr). The minimum Sodium that we find in them, make them particularly valuable to those who are required to follow low salt diet. They are delicious since they contain fragrances and flavors.
You can fill content and full just by eating a small amount of mushrooms.
Fotis has been collecting mushrooms in the mountains of northern Greece since 25 years ago. The occupation, in which he was initially engaged as a hobby, has evolved during the past years into a professional activity.
Together with many other experienced harvesters, they collect wild mushrooms from the mountain Pindos taking always precautions not to exhaust the self-sown crops of this natural nutritional treasure. It is estimated that there are about 150 species of edible mushrooms in Greece.
The mushrooms are then transported to the processing and standardization plant where there are sorted into categories depending on the type and size. The plant produces pasta, soups and ready meals containing the wild mushrooms (either whole or ground as an ingredient).
The MythicGaea mushroom products are the result of revive traditional recipes with fresh ingredients. They contain no preservatives.
500 g noodles
450 g peeled tomatoes
2 cloves garlic
200 g mozzarella
50 g grated parmesan cheese
black olives (optional)
1 tablespoon oregano
salt, pepper, olive oil
Boil the noodles, drain and pour into lightly greased baking dish.
Boil the tomatoes with olive oil and chopped garlic.
Sprinkle with the salt, pepper, oregano, parmesan and 2/3 of the mozzarella cheese (crumbled) and cook for another 5 minutes after you lower the fire.
Pour the sauce over pennies, stir and suffuse mozzarella slices (the remaining 1/3) on their surface.
Add the black olives (optional)
Bake at 220o C for 5 minutes until the cheese melts.
Noodles ala cream
500 g noodles
400 g cream
1 cube vegetable broth
200 g mushrooms
1 tablespoon mustard
Boil the noodles.
From cooking hold a glass of water and then strain.
In a deep pan pour a little olive oil, onion, garlic and then the chopped mushrooms.
Allow to brown in a casserole and 5 minutes afterward add the mustard, salt, pepper, vegetable broth cube and finally the cream.
Let the fire for 10 minutes until custard thickens and if needed add water from the cooked noodles.