Recipe - Mushroom and Brie Strudel

I love mushrooms, they are one of my favourite ingredients and I love brie cheese so putting them together in a recipe is just deliciousness on a plate for me! I have always been a huge fan of brie cheese, it was a very long nine months both pregnancies with no brie! When I first tasted the Maleny Cheese's brie I fell in love..
They have really created a stunning cheese here, it is creamy and full of texture and flavour.
This is a really easy recipe that will impress dinner guests or is perfect for a picnic or a quick, tasty and special family meal,.



Mushroom Strudel
Using beautiful fresh local mushrooms and the gorgeous Maleny Brie cheese, an absolute winner at any dinner table. Perfect for entertaining.

Ingredients
500grams fresh local mushrooms
1 x Maleny Cheese Brie cheese
1 RawGanix FreeRange Egg
2 medium sized leeks
4 teaspoons Gourmet Garden garlic
1 teaspoon turmeric
¼ cup Quinoa flakes
2 sheets shortcrust pastry (or gluten free puff pastry see notes)
1 tablespoon fresh parsley


Method
Pre heat oven to 180ç.
De-frost pastry sheets.
Chop and sauté leeks, garlic and turmeric together until leeks are wilted.
Slice and add in mushrooms, stir together well.
Remove from heat.
Chop brie cheese into chunks.
Finely chop the fresh parsley.
Mix brie and parsley into mushroom and leek mixture.
Lay one sheet of pastry on a greased or lined baking tray.
Fold 1 cm of the edges in on itself along all 4 edges.
Top with the mushroom mixture, leaving a small space along all edges.
Cover with the second sheet of pastry, you can optionally cut patterns into the top piece.
Pinch all sides together to seal.
Whisk the egg in a small bowl and brush folded edges lay one sheet of pastry on a baking tray
Bake in the oven until pastry is nice and golden.

Notes
This is a simple yet beautiful dish that is perfect for entertaining or a dinner that feels a bit special.
The combination of fresh local mushrooms with the delicious local brie is stunning.
Use The Pastry Pantry Gluten free puff pastry to make gluten free or use your own homemade pastry.

Toddler Tips
This is such a great dish for kids because pastry is always so popular and the flavours of this one appeal to them.


You can collect this recipe card and all the ingredients including the delicious Maleny Brie Cheese from the Maleny Supa IGA . Created for their Local Product Local Recipe - recipe cards, promoting Sunshine Coast producers and Sunshine Coast food!

21 comments:

  1. This recipe sounds delicious, and just what my husband and I like. I must give it a try--or maybe he will.

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    1. Thanks Francene! It is so tasty! Love to know if you make it how you go xx

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  2. That sounds so good,I love mushrooms & Brie cheese..Yumm Cant wait to try! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Mushrooms and brie cheese together in the same dish sounds like a winner, Bek! Yum!

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    1. Thanks AmyG!!!
      They sure taste good together xx

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  4. Back in my vegetarian days I would have loved this :)

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  5. Mmmm I could make this and not share, cause the other 2 don't like mushrooms

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  6. Two of my favorites! It is a must try! Yum.

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  7. Looks good. I'll add this to the mothers day meal I am planning for this Sunday.

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    1. Thanks Chef William! ooh sounds like your planning a fabulous mothers day :)

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  8. Rebecca---this sounds yummy --two of my faves too! Am looking forward to making this! :)

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    1. Thanks Lizwhomotivates!
      I looove mushrooms and brie :D

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  9. Hmmmm...sounds great! I will have to give that a try!

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    1. Thanks Carrie! Love to hear if you make it what you think :)

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  10. Looks delish! I'm a big fan of mushrooms too! Will have to try this one!

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