But when can we talk about mushrooms if not in winter? In my opinion, the most suitable time for this!
Finding and picking mushrooms is so exciting in itself that many mushroom pickers consider the process to be central, creative and intriguing compared to processing and eating them.
However, most of us go to the forest with the hope of returning with a full basket and preparing our favorite harvests from forest gifts.
Thanks to family traditions, under the influence of mothers, fathers, grandparents, we have formed our own habits in processing them.
Are they a pointless waste of our personal time, or, conversely, are they meaningful, useful and necessary?
A few months ago I published an article: "Removing the mucous membrane from oil. A waste of time or a necessity?" ... The publication aroused keen reader interest and a huge number of mushroom pickers' comments.
So my readers are divided approximately equally. Some remove the skin from these mushrooms, others consider it a completely vain operation. Indeed, this process often takes more time than the collection of oil itself.
I would like to emphasize that the film at the oiler does not absorb more harmful substances than the rest of its parts, as some believe. It does not contain an increased concentration of laxatives and cannot cause diarrhea. So, it's only a matter of our habits and the aesthetic appearance of pickled butter that have been peeled.
Pizza with mushrooms is a classic of the genre. Although many may associate it with the cheapest dishes on the local menu pizzeria, today I will present this pizza in a deluxe version, which you can easily make at home.
The problem with mushroom pizza is that shortbread is the best dough, and mushrooms take longer to soften. In addition, raw mushrooms, when heated, often release juice and everything starts to float - I have a proven method for solving these problems, which I give in the recipe ;-)
The specified amount of ingredients allows for a large pizza with a diameter of about 30 cm - just for two adults.
Cooking pizza with mushrooms
4. When the dough rises, spread it evenly on the baking sheet to make a thin flat cake, spread the required portion of tomato sauce on top and spread the previously fried mushrooms.
5. Then sprinkle the pizza with grated cheese and the second part of the onion, cut into thin strips.
6. Sprinkle the top with spices and bake the pizza in an oven preheated to 225 degrees C for 12-15 minutes, until the bottom of the pizza begins to brown. You can also bake your pizza at the maximum oven temperature (i.e. 250 degrees C) on the lowest rack for about 7-9 minutes.