Today I bring you one of my favorite savory recipes. I already shared this one a couple of years ago, but it’s so good it deserves an encore presentation! This beauty was brought to Jeni Treehugger by “The Magic Mushroom King” himself when he visited her from his fairy realm. Either that or it came from a person, but I like the Magic Mushroom King version better. Behold the incomparable Lentil and Mushroom Loaf with Savory Potato Filling!
I like to make individual free-form mini loaves instead of one big one, and you get four little ones from one batch. I bake the wee ones at 350 degrees C for about 30 minutes. The beauty of this recipe is that it is very adaptable to whatever you have in your pantry. I only made it with wheat germ the first time, and now I make it with bread crumbs. It can be easily be made gluten-free with GF bread crumbs or ground oats too. And you can always replace the soy sauce with salt for a soy-free loaf. No mushrooms? Who cares! Jeni has even made it with zucchini! I cannot recommend this recipe enough, it truly is one of my favorite dishes of all time!
Today’s TV show Supernatural! (Hello, Sal!) The new season starts today here in the US, and I’m really looking forward to it. It actually took me quite a few episodes to get into this show at first, but I knew it had to get better so I stuck with it. I’m glad I did! The show is a little bit of creepy and a whole lot of funny. It’s not a comedy, but the writers keep things comical and the actors are hilarious when they’re being silly – although they are mainly badass. One of my favorite things about this show is the music – it’s like an ode to AC/DC.