Just when you thought toasts were boring… Let me introduce you to these miso mushroom toasts. They take less than 30 minutes to put together and yet are packed with so much flavour, you would not believe it!
In the midst of all the work I had to do the past month, I barely had a second to even think of creating holiday recipes for my blog. Until I realized, we were only 19 days away from Christmas and I had no content shot for you guys!
This Monday, it was so so grey here in Montreal that I could not shoot the lifestyle shots I was planning to shoot for a client. At a lost as to what to do with my day, I thought why not take the opportunity to shoot a couple of recipes for my blog.
At first, I was not sure if any of the recipes I wanted to create would work out, but still noted down all the ingredients I used (just in case they turned out tasty!). Surprisingly, all of them did!! I was so incredibly happy & you know what that means right…
Now I get to share with you 3 unique holiday-inspired recipes that you can make to impress your guests during your holiday celebrations!
The first one is of course these miso mushroom toasts with tahini parsley drizzle.
I got the idea to create this recipe by thinking back of my favourite holiday dish I created last year: this mushroom stuffing by the Happy Pear. It is made with delicious oyster mushrooms, has a lovely rich umami flavour profile and is truly one of the tastiest stuffings I have ever tried – you guys should really give this recipe a try this holiday season, I promise you will love it as much as I do.
Although this recipe was the starting point of my brainstorming, inspiring me to create a dish with mushrooms, I did not to incorporate traditional holiday herbs. Not that I have anything against them, but the internet is flooded with recipes seasoned with rosemary, sage and thyme so why not be different?
That is how I came up with this recipe. It requires less than 10 ingredients and can be made in a flash. Don’t be fooled by its simplicity though, these toasts have the potential to be a true show stopper at your holiday gatherings. You can serve them as appetizers, along with your meal or on your Christmas day brunch!
Let’s now skip to the recipe. As usual, if you guys make this recipe, I’d love to hear how you find it and if you’d share it on social medias by tagging me at @muriellebanackissa.
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