We’ve been talkin’ mushrooms here at Simply Recipes lately: how to select and store them, plus how to prep them. Now it’s time to get cooking! If you have a full or partial carton of mushrooms you’d like to tackle, these recipes won’t disappoint.
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We don’t need no stinkin’ takeout! This one’s great for those on the fence about mushrooms, because there’s a bunch of other colorful and appealing veggies in the mix—plus chicken—in a savory-sweet sauce.Add to Shopping List
Ground beef, spinach, and mushrooms cooked quickly in a skillet make this comfort food supreme. Use baby spinach and sliced mushrooms, and your prep work will be virtually non-existent.Add to Shopping List
In the mood for a giant pile of mushrooms? Make these, and have them on hand to top chicken or pork cutlets, grilled steak, or a gob of oozy polenta. You could even make this recipe, and freeze it! Don’t have Marsala? Use chicken stock, port, sherry, or red or white wine instead.Add to Shopping List
Sub one or two cups of chopped mushrooms for another vegetable in this tasty kitchen-sink fried rice. It’s perfect for cooking down what’s hanging out in your crisper drawer. Add the mushrooms in step one, when you add all of the other veggies, and then continue on with the recipe as written.Add to Shopping List
My sister-in-law brought me a mushroom quiche shortly after I came home from the hospital with my brand new daughter. I inhaled about half the quiche in one sitting. This recipe is slightly decadent, but still good for you because, um, mushrooms! Make it for the people you love, whether they are new mothers or just in need of a pick-me-up.Add to Shopping List
Love pot stickers, but don’t want to mess with shaping them? This stir-fry is just the filling part! It’s a Paleo recipe, but even non-Paleo cooks who love dumplings will fall for it. The recipe calls for shiitake mushrooms, but you could easily sub creminis or white mushrooms.Add to Shopping List
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