Creamy Mushroom Spaghetti

  • 4
  • 30 min
    Preparation time
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  • 4.5
    Average rating

If there is food with taste and smell provocative enough to win us over at first bite – then this is the food we should use when we want to charm someone. And is there a better example than the wild mushrooms? Porcini mushroom season is in October, while for chanterelles it is in July, however dried porcinis and chanterelles can be found at any time on markets and in stores – you just need to rehydrate them, and they are ready for use.
Actually, you should always have them in your fridge and use them separately or combined with other ingredients! One thing is certain – chardonnay always goes perfectly with wild and creamy flavors. Have a chilled bottle of wine, invite someone you want to share a wonderful meal with, and enjoy together this richly flavored dish…


  • 500 g of spaghetti (or tagliatelle)

  • 300 g of champignon mushrooms

  • 200 g of chanterelle mushrooms (or a handful of dried ones)

  • 100 g of porcini mushrooms (or a handful of dried ones)

  • 150 g of Imlek “Iriški“ cheese

  • 400 ml of the Moja Kravica Kuhinjica cooking cream

  • 2 cloves of garlic

  • salt, pepper

  • olive oil


  1. Turn the stove on, and put on the cooking pot with water to heat up. Spaghetti usually turn out well (and not sticky) when they are cooked in a lot of water, so make sure you use a big cooking pot. When the water boils, add the spaghetti and start preparing the sauce.

  2. Use another burner of a stove to put a pan with olive oil and shortly fry the garlic. When you start to smell the garlic, add sliced mushrooms. Cook the mushrooms until all the water evaporates and then add the Moja Kravica Kuhinjica cooking cream, grated „Iriški” cheese and stir well. Try it and add spices to taste – add salt, pepper and any spice you like to combine with pasta.

  3. Take the pan off the stove, add drained spaghetti into the sauce and cook it a bit more.

  4. ADVICE: these mushrooms go perfectly with fresh or dried wild thyme, so choose it rather than oregano. If it is in season, fresh chive would be even a better choice!

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