ORZO with BOLETUS MUSHROOMS – 300 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.
Orzo with salmon and sundried tomatoes
380 g salmon canned in water, cut into pieces
alternatively add any fish
1 cup chopped sundried tomatoes
200gr. Cottage cheese or cream cheese or feta
1 avocado, cut into cubes
Juice of 1 lemon
2 tablespoons olive oil
Salt and pepper
Boil orzo and strain immediately with cold water.
Transfer the orzo to a bowl and add the sun-dried tomatoes, cottage cheese, avocado and lemon juice.
Sprinkle with oil, salt and pepper. Add the pieces of fish and stir.
1 cup.of tea orzo
2 ripe tomatoes in a food processor
1 tsp. tomato paste
6 cups water
1 cube of meat (chicken or beef)
⅓ cup olive oil
freshly ground pepper
Put water in the pot with the tomato paste, tomatoes, olive oil, sugar, salt and pepper.
After a boil, add the pasta.
Stir regularly to prevent sticking.
Boil 10'- 15 'about until it becomes mush.