Heather Scholten from Farmgirl Gourmet creates a quick and gluten-free alternative to the usual bruschetta using crimini mushrooms in place of bread.
This recipe is unique since the bacon bits are actually crimini mushroom slices, slow-roasted until crisped, and spiced just right. The dish may just be the talk of the dinner table.
Shaina from Food for My Family combines two classic holiday appetizers into one delicious bite.
A vegetarian twist on the classic meat filled Bolognese recipe. Thick and hearty, even your biggest carnivore will love this sauce. This is a great way to get more veggies into your meals.
Soup weather is here, meaning it’s time to get out of the cold and curl up with a big bowl (or two!). This creamy soup by Chez Us is rich, smooth, and believe it or not, doesn’t contain any dairy. It’s a great option for lunch or dinner.
Steak and mushrooms go hand in hand in my opinion, personally I don’t have one without the other. It’s very easy to make a delicious steakhouse steak with a side of sauteed mushrooms at home for a fraction of the cost of what you’d spend at a restaurant.
Mangos and mushrooms combine in this unique salad with a burst of flavors.
Robyn from Add a Pinch realized that turning picky eaters into mushroom lovers is as simple as involving them in the cooking process. Try this simple mushroom saute at your next family meal.
A medley of sauteed crimini and portabella mushrooms make this a versatile side that can go with just about everything from grilled meat to eggs for breakfast.