Great weeknight supper. Made to recipe except subbed chicken stock for cooking liquid. Hazelnuts were a nice "surprise" on the plate.
Fettuccine with Mushrooms and Hazelnuts
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carolfitz Posted: 01/10/11
ACEJAC Posted: 01/02/11
Delicious, and truly quick and easy. Great weeknight meal!
scargosun Posted: 01/03/11
YUM! Did this for a Meatless Monday and it was wonderful. Be sure to use the mushroom variety as suggested. They have a wonderful hearty flavor and texture. I'd even serve this in smaller portions with a little more cheese for a first course for a dinner party. Took very little time to make. Only sub, whole wheat pasta instead of regular.
promogal Posted: 01/17/11
Incredible flavor & texture. Simply delicious!
libtechlady Posted: 01/17/11
Not very time intensive, even with chopping mushrooms and nuts myself. Tasty and impressive.
Skywalker Posted: 01/09/11
This was delicious! I used a mix of fresh mushrooms. So good.
Sharissa82 Posted: 01/31/11
Simple, delicious, FAST AND EASY! I was a little worried it might be bland or boring.. not the case!
epestrad Posted: 02/10/11
This was a great dish! Very easy to make (30 minutes) and a surprisingly filling meal. The cheese was essential; this is the first time I've used Parmigiano-Reggiano (I finally decided to splurge) and it was fantastic!
KrumplyW Posted: 03/15/11
I enjoyed this dish. I did have to use dry pasta and could not find blanched hazelnuts but that didn't seem to make a difference. I will definitely make this again and it was even better left-over!
TheMomChef Posted: 01/31/11
This was very, very good. The more variety in mushrooms you have, the better it is since they are the star. I loved the flavor.
Belanos Posted: 02/12/12
Very nice. I made half a recipe, subbing dry whole-wheat fettuccine for the fresh, and "regular" chopped hazelnuts for the blanched.
pdxoxs Posted: 02/19/13
Please forgive me, but I'm going to review this recipe based on alterations I made. For this recipe I switched the exotic blend mushrooms with Shitake, Cremini, and Regular Mushrooms. The blend was 3.59 a box, which would have made the meal almost 4 dollars/ serving. I also was forced to use box fettuccine because I could not get my hands on fresh pasta. I also used Parmesan instead of Parmesan-Reggiano because it was what I had. I also used non-blanched whole Oregon Hazelnuts, which I blanched at home (makes your house smell delicious). And you know what, it was still fantastic. The pasta absorbs the juices of the mushrooms oddly well, the garlic and hazelnuts worked very well together, and the Shiitake did have a distinctive flavor, which makes me excited about making this again with the exotic blend. I reduced the serving to about a cup to also get through some leftover chicken we had, which brought the recipe to about 1.50/ serving, and the pasta itself was very filling.
Ramonalite Posted: 06/11/12
OMG - absolutely fabulous! Loved it. My husband who "hates nuts in his food" also really liked it. The butter makes it rich and if you like hazelnuts this is the best (hazelnuts are on his bad list too). Use a few different mushrooms and cook and carmelize them well. Next time (and I can't wait for the next time) I will use more mushrooms (keeping the butter and oil constant) and I will use more than 3/4 c of pasta water - i will increase it to 1 cup to make it a little moister. If you are counting calories or points make sure you measure this - it is so good you will have trouble with portion size. I can not wait to make this again. First recipe I'm sharing on Facebook - run and make this!
ccdejongz Posted: 03/20/12
And today's special is.............
wiggieje Posted: 02/25/13
"Delish" ... good enough for company and genuinely quick/easy.
SuzanneM Posted: 11/10/12
Outstanding, indeed! I made the recipe as stated, except to add a tiny bit more butter to the cooking liquid at the end to enrich it a bit. The mushrooms were meaty and earthy, the sage was the perfect herb to highlight the flavors and the hazelnuts added a beautiful buttery crunch. (My hazelnuts were not blanched or pre-chopped but it made no difference to the taste, look or timing for the meal.) The cheese was perfect to top the dish. I would definitely serve this to company, and it was a very elegant-tasting meatless dish, especially for such effortless and simple preparation. Highly recommended.