10 Things You Should Do with Mushrooms
Packed with vitamins and minerals, it's plain to see why mushrooms should be a part of your diet. Here's how to put the "fun" in fungi!
Add lemon and garlic
There are few things in life as delicious as lemon and garlic. It should come as no surprise that when you add ’em to mushrooms, it creates a serious flavor sensation. Just mix lemon juice, fresh parsley, olive oil and garlic to make a heavenly mushroom marinade.
Top your burger
Tucking into a delicious burger? There’s a simple way you can level up this classic American dish. Sautéed mushrooms and onions make the perfect burger-topper, and so does a large portobellp mushroom cap. Scrape out the inside of the mushroom before grilling. (You can even use the mushroom cap to replace your burger bun.)
Cook a mushroom soup
Nourishing and delicious – there are oh-so-many reasons to enjoy a classic cream of mushroom soup. To make this dish extra indulgent, add cream to the soup along with butter and chicken broth for a taste that you’ll never forget. Serve it up with some crusty bread on the side.
Sauté with bacon
Bacon and mushroom is a classic combo and should not be overlooked. You can serve this dish up as a potluck appetizer, side dish or tapas plate. They’re a real crowd-pleaser! Be sure to add some garlic and Brussels sprouts to the pan for that extra special something.
Add a kick of chili
For a New Mexico-inspired twist, give your mushrooms a spritz of chili pepper. Sauté the mushrooms with onions, soy sauce, chili powder pepper and corn flour for the best results. In restaurants, this dish would be deep-fried, but you can make it in a shallow cast iron skillet instead.
Serve with seafood
When you think of mushrooms, seafood may not be the first thing that comes to mind. But you should give this unique flavor a try. Lemon-pepper tilapia with mushrooms will be on the table in 25 minutes, so it’s the perfect quick dinner.
Put them on a skewer
You might be trying to come up with some unique options for the grill. Luckily, we’ve got just the thing. Popping mushrooms on a skewer along with mixed vegetables could be the answer.
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Bake into bread
Pretty much anything like Swiss mushroom loaf will be the ultimate guilty pleasure. This melty, cheesy bread is impossible to resist, whether it’s served with spaghetti or as an appetizer. The pull-apart goodness makes it ideal for dinner parties and small potlucks.
Slow-cook to perfection
Is there anything you can’t put in a slow cooker? Mostly, nope! Just put mushrooms, broth and herbs in a slow cooker and let your best-loved kitchen appliance do its thing. Serve with a roast and mashed potatoes for a hearty dinner.