Vegetables: asparagus, leeks, lemon, garlic, shallots, onions, fennel, peas, tomatoes
Spices & Herbs: chives, marjoram, olive oil, pepper, dill, parsley, tarragon, basil, oregano, and rosemary
Savoury: bacon, eggs, ham, fish, chicken, veal, and seafood
Other: vinegar, wine, sherry, stocks, cream, and cheese
There are many ways to enjoy mushrooms in every meal from breakfast to dinner.
Try butter-steaming mushroom slices to add to omelettes, or use as topping for steaks and hamburgers.
Offer whole medium-sized mushrooms with a dip for an appetizer, or slice and add to green salads or soups. Stuffed large mushroom caps also make a nice appetizer or side dish.
Large portabellas can be marinated and grilled to be used as the ‘burger’ for a meat-free dish.
Mushrooms can also be combined with beef in recipes to increase the serving of vegetables in a dish, add volume to meals and extend portions.
Try serving creamy mushroom turkey meatballs over pasta or rice, for lightened up take on the classic Italian dish.
Mini mushroom sliders are a perfectly portioned party food.
Finely chopped mushrooms blend extremely well with ground beef in dishes like Mushroom Meatball Subs, Cheeseburger Quesadillas and Sloppy Joes. It also works very well in pasta dishes like Spaghetti Bolognese and Cheesy Mushroom Beef Skillets.