Mushroom strudel

Tags: main dish, made
Since the dawn of time, it has been recognised that mycons are evil, nasty, horrible, and generally unpleasant. It has therefore become the custom in most countries where mycons once were numerous to attack them, and then cook them (usually in butter). It is a little known fact that this was to kill them, not to prepare them for eating. It was found that these evil mycons had one major vulnerability - hot butter. Normal spears, hammers, and swords would not even slow them. Originally, in primitive villages, when the cry "The Mycons are coming", there would be panic. All males able to carry saucepans and packets of butter would muster together in front of the village, awaiting the evil mycons. What ensued was terrible blood- and ichor-shed. Now, in a grim parody of this great combat, these mycons are actually eaten! The taste-bud destroying toxins are highly dangerous, and rather strangely addictive. (Marcus Wischik)
. 13 steps
15g butter   melt Brush one sheet of pastry with butter, sprinkle with breadcrumb mixture. Repeat with remaining sheets. Place mushrooms along side of pastry, leaving 5cm border. Fold in edges and roll up. Brush all over with butter. Bake in moderate oven 30 minutes.
1/3 cup flour   stir in, cook stirring 1 minute
1/2 cup milk   gradually stir in, stir until mixture boils and thickens
1/3 cup sour cream
30g butter   heat stir in until mixture thickens
500g baby mushrooms sliced   cook, stirring occasionally, until soft and all liquid has evaporated
1 clove garlic crushed
6 sheets filo pastry
80g butter melt
1/4 cup dry breadcrumbs combine
1/4 cup parmesan grated
1 teaspoon dry mustard