Yes. Wife and I went through enough mushrooms already that I can confidently say we are experts. The stinky veggie that leaves us all coming back for more: mushrooms. Mushrooms are a versatile veggie that can be thrown into pastas, pureed into soups and sauces, or be substituted as “meat” for our vegetarian foes. Anywho – here you have it: our top 10 mushroom recipes.
So tasty and “fancy-looking,” while it is so quick and easy. Garlic, mushroom, balsamic and cheese. BOOM.
2. Beef & Blue Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms
If you have a complaint about these savory bites, you can go to hell. That’s all.
Back when we were trying to eat healthy, we had “meatless mondays.” Sometimes we had successes, others not so much. This dish was always considered a success. I don’t even miss the beef in this dish.
4. Pork & Mushroom Ragu Over Polenta
To soothe the soul on a winter or fall day, try this dish full of tenderness.
5. Oyster & Shitake Mushroom Alfredo
The shitake and oyster mushrooms add the right amount of earthy notes and a bit of sweetness with the creamy sauce.
I believe brioche bread can make anything better. Rather than picking the most stale bread around (hell, even croutons), why not make a stuffing that matches the gluttony of the rest of the meal?
One of my favorite dishes that my wife makes. Start the tradition of Sunday dinners with this!
Again we find that with the right dish, mushrooms can replace beef! Trust me, I’m surprised too.
9. White Winter Truffled Mac & Cheese
Impress your friends. You’re welcome.
10. Mushroom & Blue Cheese Farrotto
Yes, we found yet another way to take something full of calories and make it healthier without compromising the flavor. BANG BANG.