Servings: six as a side dish or three to four as a first course.
If you can’t find chanterelles, hedgehogs, or porcini mushrooms, substitute cremini. This pasta is delicious with seared duck breast or roast pork.
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Really, REALLY good. I cut back on the cream for the sake of my waist (substituted some chicken broth) and it was quite excellent. I used this for a vegetarian main course, rather than a side dish.
Outstanding. Very French tasting (with all that cream!) and plenty of earthy mushroom flavor. Found the fergola in a up-scale market and liked it; however, the toasty flavor did not come through the cream and mushrooms very much. How would Sardinians use the pasta?
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