Rice with Mushrooms and Parmesan – Delicious and Light Lunch, Gluten Free

Rice with mushrooms and parmesan – is really delicious and light lunch.

Rice is always a good choice because it has numerous benefits for our health. It is an excellent source of energy, it introduces a balance in the blood sugar level. It is great against obesity because it keeps us full. Contains vitamins, such as vitamins D and B3, but also minerals such as calcium and iron. Gluten free.

Rice with Mushrooms and Parmesan


– 300 g of rice

– 300 g of mushrooms, if desired

– 120 ml of white wine

– 50 g of grated Parmesan cheese

– 1.2 l of soup

– 1 onion

– a piece of butter

– Salt, pepper

– Parsley

– Oil


  • Heat a little oil in a larger pot, then sautΓ© the finely chopped onion on it.
  • Add the chopped mushrooms and simmer all together for about three minutes.
  • Add the rice to the pot and fry lightly for about one minute, stirring constantly.
  • Drizzle with white wine and cook all together for about three minutes until the alcohol evaporates.
  • Gradually add the soup, stirring often. When the liquid evaporates add more soup.
  • Repeat this process until you have used up all the soup and the rice is cooked through. Rice should be “al dente”.
  • For that, you will need about 20 to 25 minutes of heat treatment at a moderate temperature.
  • At the end of cooking, add a piece of butter and grated parmesan to the rice, add salt and pepper as desired, and decorate everything with a little fresh parsley.

Pleasant. πŸ’š

Published by Sophia Dane

I like to cook and collect interesting recipes. I love traveling, meeting new places and people. I like a good book...

9 thoughts on “Rice with Mushrooms and Parmesan – Delicious and Light Lunch, Gluten Free

  1. Hi Sophia,

    I’ve always been amazed at how healthy Asians are that come into America and have often wondered why Americans have not caught onto what should be very obvious!

    If we are having so many health problems maybe we should look towards what other countries are eating that is keeping them so healthy!
    I guess this would involve using Logic which is quite uncommon in my country! :\

    I eat rice once in awhile and should probably eat it quite a bit more since my lifetime of fast-food and processed foods has caused me to get diabetes. I don’t think about it much which is why it isn’t a big problem for me!

    I’ve had type 2 diabetes for roughly 20 years and up until now I had never taken any kind of pharmaceutical drugs for it! Only reason I am currently taking insulin for it is so a wound on my foot will heal faster! Once that is done healing, I will discontinue the use of insulin before it destroys my system causing me to be completely dependent upon it!

    I will probably leave the country so that I can use more natural remedies and eat much healthier foods!

    Thanks for this post Sophia!

    Have a Yummy Day! πŸ™‚

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    1. I agree with you.
      I realized that Asian cuisine is healthy, and very tasty. Even most meals are prepared faster and easier. I started consuming a lot of rice, I even bought a rice cooker (it is not my intention to advertise any machine).
      I really appreciate your comment. Thank you. πŸ€—

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