This simple salad pairs the tender yet hearty maitake mushrooms with nutty wild rice and crunchy walnuts. It is served at room temperature or chilled so you can take it along to your next picnic or potluck. You’ll need cooked and cooled wild rice before tossing this recipe together so be sure to plan ahead.
This refreshing mushroom and chickpea salad can be served as a side or a main dish.
Put a twist on the classic egg and mushroom pairing in this delicious, pan-seared skillet combination great for a healthy meal any time of day.
This grain salad is bursting with the flavors of earthy mushrooms, nutty grains, and a hint of citrus. Feel free to substitute any of your favorites grains for the wheat berries such as farro, pearled couscous, or brown rice.
Add a twist to your usual picnic side dishes! This mayo-free potato salad is dressed in a mustard and chive vinaigrette and filled with tender mushrooms.
This recipe puts a twist on a classic picnic favorite. Marinated sliced mushrooms add a burst of tanginess and meaty texture to the crisp vegetables and creamy herb dressing.
Meaty portabella mushrooms top this vegetarian Cobb salad, perfect for lunch or as a hearty side salad.
If you’re looking for a super simple spring side dish that’s big on shrooms, look no farther. It’s so good you might just want to eat it on its own. If you’re looking for a complete meal, try pairing it with salmon or chicken.
Mangos and mushrooms combine in this unique salad with a burst of flavors.