These vegan mushroom recipes deserve a place in your personal cookbook. If you are ever in a rut or just crave something bursting with flavors, you know where to look. Healthy and easy to make soup, risotto, stuffed, gravy, pasta, portobello, shiitake and more plant-based dinner ideas.
Vegan Mushroom Recipes
A heavenly, creamy risotto is like medicine. Especially if it’s filled with delicious green peas and mushroom.
A fancy and comforting dinner that is perfect for date night or even to impress your family.
Now this soup warms you up from the inside out. Delightfully flavorful and surprisingly easy to make.
Move aside red wine! Our next dinner favorite to chase away the Monday blues is biscuits with gravy.
We couldn’t find an easier mushroom recipe even if we wanted to. So simple, isn’t it? Yet, 100% yummy.
Save this recipe for those evenings when you only have a few minutes to make a warm meal. You’re going to be grateful for it.
Apricot mushroom is definitely not something on the menu every day, but that’s about to change. It’s a wonderfully exciting culinary experience that can shake up any boring diet.
Pasta lovers and mushroom lovers can both delight themselves in this creamy spaghetti meal.
The best thing about bruschetta is that it can function as an appetizer and a complete dinner as well. In this version it’s also clean-eating and weight loss-friendly. Awesome, right?
These mushroom bacon stripes are the perfect addition to any sandwich or burger.
As this meal proves, mushroom and barley make a delicious pairing in soups.
Mashed potato is a really nice alternative for pasta since it’s comforting but without empty calories. With some veggies and mushroom, you have yourself a healthy dinner.
Did you know that white pizza is even better than red pizza? Especially, if you throw some mushroom pieces on it. Oh, so yummy!
Bolognese is probably one of the best pasta sauces. Although, it can be a bit tricky to substitute any non-vegan ingredients in it. Luckily, mushroom does the job perfectly.
An exquisite clean-eating mushroom recipe that we just can’t live without.
Burger patties are best when homemade and made out of mushrooms.
Cream of any soup is the ultimate winter dinner recipe, but the tastiest is definitely mushroom.
If you are missing seafood, just make these crabless crab cakes and you will definitely never look back.
Make these super easy, garlicky mushrooms for a healthy side dish or part of a big salad.
A hearty stew and fresh bread can do miracles to an exhausted and hungry body.
Quiche is ideal for breakfast, if you like savory, filling meals in the morning.
It’s not hard to be popular when you make a good chili, but with this mushroom version you can be everyone’s favorite.
Full of protein, crispy and flavorful. These hemp patties have it all.
Now, there is not a meat eater that you can’t impress with this dish. You can even make it for special occasions and big crowds such as weddings.
25. Mushroom Ttikka
Perfect for BBQs, garden parties and summer evenings.
Paella is great because you can pack a ridiculous amount of healthy and tasty ingredients in it without oversaturating your taste buds. Works perfectly as work lunch.
Must-try even if you are not a fan of Asian flavors and ingredients.
28. White Bean Mushroom Subs
Movie night or watching sports? Make these healthy subs for a fun, effortless meal.
If you are not gluten-intolerant, seitan can be a filling and satisfying main meal that you can eat everyday.
There is something about bowls of rice and veggies that is so mouthwatering and makes you hungry instantly. This recipe is the perfect example of that.
Potatoes should always be filled with mushrooms. Always.
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According to a study performed by researchers in Spain, the healthiest ways to cook a mushroom are grilling and microwaving. These methods retain more antioxidants than methods like frying or boiling. Pan frying and baking were not part of this study, but these are other methods to consider.
You should not wash mushrooms prior to cooking them because they will become waterlogged if exposed to liquid. Instead, try wiping off any dirt and debris with a moist paper towel or kitchen towel and slice off any bruised or excessively dirty spots.
There are some foods that interfere with the absorption of vitamins and minerals in mushrooms, such as rice and certain meats, but this doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy these combinations. Some studies show that eating mushrooms with alcohol can intensify the effects of alcohol, but when consumed in moderation, this should not be a concern.
Yes, all parts of edible mushrooms can be eaten, including the stems. However, depending on the variety of mushroom, the stems might not be as tasty as the mushroom caps and you may want to discard them. For example, black trumpet mushroom stems have a bitter flavor and wood ear mushrooms have a tough texture.