Syrian mushrooms is a flavorful appetizer that bursts with flavor that is very addicting. A recipe from Seduction in the Kitchen.
Everything can be improved! That is what I have learned not only in recipes, like these mushrooms but in life as well. I have been working hard to improve Seduction in the Kitchen when it occurred to me, I need to do a little improving not only on new posts, like this Syrian Mushrooms but to old recipe posts as well, like the most popular recipe on Seduction in the Kitchen, Crock Pot Cheesy Bacon Potatoes.
I installed Grammarly to help with my spelling and typos, so I started not only going through the older recipe posts through Grammarly to correct all the mistakes, trust me, wow there is a ton. I think faster then I write, I know that is part of my problem. I am also reorganizing the older recipe posts. I am making the lead in photo bigger, with a teaser text like I do now.
When I migrated from Blogger to WordPress, those photos got tiny in the migration, that really needs TLC. I am also putting in a Pinterest photo as well into those older recipe posts. See everything can be improved, and it is good to be improved.
I just started doing this improving on the recipes and I am sharing them to Seduction in the Kitchen’s Facebook page, what is funny in doing that people are rediscovering those old recipes. My traffic is slowly increasing, all by improving old recipe posts. Every once in awhile I get a good idea that works, and this is a good example of that, I wanted to improve to boost traffic and I am doing just that.
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So I had to dig into my past for this Syrian Mushroom recipe. My ex’s cousin made these amazing mushrooms. In fact, when he would make them and bring them to the Family Health Center, where he was a doctor at. The staff would go crazy because they loved these Syrian Mushrooms so much there. He actually liked me and was the only family my ex ever introduced me to. So he showed me how to make these mushrooms and his girlfriend gave me a community cookbook where he had put this recipe in the cookbook.
Truth is, when I was going through the divorce, I never saw his cousin again, when I was moving out the apartment I shared with my ex, I left that cookbook with him. I did not want any parts of him or his family. Well, recently I was craving these Syrian Mushrooms, I tried finding a recipe online and no luck at all in finding it. I had an idea of how it was made.
I was looking for ideas for mushrooms, since I really love mushrooms, and I stumbled across these Italian mushrooms. Looking at it I realized it was just like Rami’s mushrooms. I just had to make a couple of small changes, like using mint instead of parsley and using lemon juice in it instead vinegar. So I made them and BINGO! I cracked his recipe, I made Syrian Mushrooms just like Rami used to make!
- 8 oz mushrooms
- 4 cloves garlic chopped
- 3 tablespoons mint
- 1 lemon juice of
- 5 -6 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
- In a bowl, whisk everything but the mushrooms together.
- Add the mushrooms
- Toss to coat the mushrooms well.
- Refrigerate for at least 4 hours, tossing occasionally.
- Serve them up and ENJOY!