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Spinach, avocado and mushroom stack recipe

Create a deceptively simple feast with this spinach, avocado and mushroom stack recipe.

Serves: 2

Ingredients

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What to do

  • 1. Using a deep frying pan, place whole mushrooms in around 3 cm of water. Add salt and cracked pepper and cover, then cook until tender. If there is any remaining water at this point, pour it from the pan. Add 1 tablespoon of olive oil and allow the mushroom to slightly brown on both sides. Add spinach until slightly wilted.

  • 2. Place wilted spinach on each plate, add avocado and drizzle with fresh lemon juice.

  • 3. Stack mushrooms on top and add extra salt and cracked pepper if desired.

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