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About this recipe: Choose a variety of exotic and wild mushrooms for this feast of fungi. Their flavours are complemented by rich Marsala in a dish that will fit perfectly into a well-balanced diet – the result is very pleasing without being laden with cream, the ingredient that usually makes mushroom sauces overrich.
For a creamy sauce, stir in 4 tbsp of fromage frais or Greek-style yogurt with the tomatoes. * White or red wine can be used in place of the Marsala.
Mushrooms are a useful source of the B vitamins niacin, B6 and folate, and they provide a good source of copper, one of the all-important minerals that form part of a healthy diet. * Most recipes use mushrooms in small quantities, so that the nutritional contribution they make to the diet is limited. However, the dish here contains a substantial amount of fresh mushrooms, plus dried ones for additional flavour.
copper * niacin, potassium, selenium * B1, B2, B6, C, E, folate