Mushrooms bring that certain umami something to any dish they are included in, and we have 11 delectable recipes that bring that flavor to the forefront.
These party-sized mushroom bites are chock full of delicious ingredients like garlic, Parmigiano-Reggiano, pine nuts, spinach and artichoke – delish!
For this dish, your pasta “drinks” up red wine until it’s infused. Rach tosses it with sautéed lardons, chard, baby portobellos and grated Pecorino or Parimigiano-Reggiano – yum!
Rach makes these meatballs with a combo of Italian turkey sausage and ground turkey, and kicked up a notch with mushrooms, spinach and pine nuts.
These sophisticated vegetarian pockets are oozing with the umami flavor of sautéed mushrooms, and the sharp, earthiness of aged provolone cheese.
For a festive vegetarian option try this deliciously meat-free alternative to beef bourguignon. Nothing but meat in lacking in this meal!
Emeril Lagasse’s savory bread pudding is a great way to break from the ordinary and wow your friends!
These delicious little pizzas are actually good for you! Rach cooks down mushrooms and greens to concentrate the flavor, then layers then onto garlicky naan bread with a smoky cumin-infused cheese on top. Delish!
This dish is inspired by a green bean casserole, but with broccolini (or broccoli if you prefer). Curtis makes his own mushroom cream sauce, and tops with Parmesan and panko for a crunchy cheese topping, yum!
Spaghetti is tossed with a veritable mountain of sautéed mushrooms, shallots and garlic, and accented with parsley, freshly grated cheese, prosciutto and walnuts. Yum!
Anne’s traditional recipe features a multitude of flavorful ingredients like sweet Italian sausage, mushrooms, sage and walnuts. Delish.
The “fat spaghetti” or bucatini, in this dish, is tossed with a rich mushroom sauce made from reconstituted porcini mushrooms and fresh cremini mushrooms.
What’s your favorite way to cook with mushrooms? Share below and watch Rach make her yummy vegetarian mushroom bourguignon below: