Servings: two to three as main course.
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Great recipe! I was able to get it ready very quickly. I added some diced shallot to the mushroom saute and used thyme instead of parsley. It was delicious.
This was really, really good! So simple yet the texture was very luxurious. I was dubious about the sour cream, but it works. I didn't have prosciutto so I used peppered bacon instead. I also used whole wheat rotini, which added a nuttiness that was a bit off with the sauce, but I'll definitely be adding this to my pasta rotation.
wow. yummy. i usually sigh with disappointment when i click on a recipe that has another recipe embedded in the ingredient list (i.e. "1 recipe Mushroom Saute"). but this was super easy to toss together and I actually had all the ingredients on hand. I made a half batch for myself for lunch. now i can't stop eating it. :)
This was so very delicious! Reminded me of a hearty stroganoff, only more delicate and fresher in flavor. I used green beans instead of peas (not a fan of peas) and that worked great for me. Highly recommended, I'll make this again and again.
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