Garlic Mushrooms on Sourdough

Deliciously rich garlic mushrooms pilled onto lightly toasted fresh sourdough bread.

If you’ve been here a while you might have gathered I love garlic. It’s one of my favourite flavours AND a powerhouse of nutrients. Renowned for its immune boosting effects, and used throughout history as a for its medicinal benefits.

“Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food.”

bulb of ripe garlic in peel cut in half on wooden board
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This dish is simple but delicious. It works as a yummy alternative breakfast or as a delicious starter for a dinner party. I love being able to share simple recipes like this, because healthy eating doesn’t have to be complicated.

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