Roasted Mushroom & Shallot Fettuccine with Boursin Wine Sauce

Roasted Mushroom & Shallot Fettuccine with Boursin Wine Sauce

Oven-roasted cremini, portobello, morel and porcini mushrooms with roasted shallots all tossed in a scrumptious Boursin Garlic & Fine Herbs wine sauce.

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