I used to cook with shiitake mushrooms a lot but have used more cremini and portobello varieties lately. The shiitake has a buttery, woodsy taste and definitely lends itself to this particular recipe.
If you don’t have arugula on hand, any other green would work including spinach, kale, or escarole. The key is to mix them into the noodles only long enough to wilt and not cook them.
This recipe is fairly easy to prepare but please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.
I used to think the correct way to pronounce Broccoli Rabe was RAW-BAY. I remember that every time my godfather pronounced it Broccoli ROB, I chuckled to myself. When I realized I was the one mispronouncing it, I decided to make up for my mistake by using it as key ingredient in numerous recipes!
Anyway, Potato/Potatoe, Broccoli Rabe is all sorts of delicious. This recipe a great red and green main or side dish to serve during the holidays.
I am more of a savory girl than a sweet one…from everything to my food preferences to my attitude. However, this combination of slightly-sweet pineapple with the subtleness of white beans makes this dish irrestible.