I have rounded up my favourite and easiest Mushroom recipes from the blog for you all today. Simply because mushrooms are super delicious, nutritious and about the only “veg” my husband will tolerate in his meals.
They are low in calories and highly nutritious with a good dose of fiber and plant based protein. Mushrooms are high in minerals like selenium, potassium, copper and is loaded with B Vitamins. Furthermore they are pretty affordable and can bulk up stews, salads and veggie roasts. There are SO many ways to enjoy and use mushrooms, here are a few ideas that highlights this versatile ingredient.
This low carb, keto meal is perfect to whip up if you have some leftover rotisserie chicken in the fridge. It also goes a long way so you will be able to enjoy it for lunch the next day too.
A really delicious snack idea, is a Mushroom Pate made with mushrooms, cream cheese and herbs.
One of my favourite ways of using mushrooms is by adding it to a filling skillet dish, like this one pot meal of chicken, leeks and mushrooms. It is a delicious dinner idea and one that would feed the crowds.
I love adding mushrooms to stews and soups, this one is a real crowd pleaser and leftovers can be frozen for up to one month. Perfect lazy Sunday lunch.
This amazing low carb, vegetarian and vegan friendly Mushroom and Spinach Cauliflower Pilau is the perfect healthy combination. It’s another great option for a desk lunch, as it is delicious hot or cold.
This recipe is super simple and you can add your choice of toppings, this was a clean-out-the-fridge day, and what better way to use those last bit of fridge foraging as toppings for pizza. The kids will love this!
I decided to use brown mushrooms and chicken breast fillets, stir fried with spoons full of basil pesto and served on crunchy zucchini noodles – a perfect low carb meal, rich with nutrients.
Save this filling soup recipe for when the winter comes around, you won’t be sorry! It consists of button mushrooms, sauteed in garlic and butter, with full fat cream, a good dose of salt and pepper; served with the easiest crispy fried lamb pieces.
My Mushroom, Cheddar and Corn Wraps consists of garlic sauteed mushrooms, combined with the usual salad suspects like lettuce and tomato, cheddar cheese, a delicious chilli mayonnaise, corn and pico de gallo salsa. So fresh!
There we go! A whole bunch of fabulous inspiration for dinner, lunch or snack time featuring the versatile mushroom. Remember to tag me @aninasrecipes if you try out any of my recipes and let’s connect!