These Hearty & Healthy Mushroom Recipes Are So Satisfying

Photo Credit: Minimalist Baker

August 31, 2021

By Tami Weiser

Mushrooms are incredibly nutritious. Rich in B vitamins, bursting with antioxidants, and packed with fiber and probiotics, mushrooms are the only plant-based source of vitamin D. They’re also the key to incredible satisfying dinners. Simply put, mushrooms are umami bombs. They make any dish deeper, bolder, and more savory — that’s one of the reasons why portobellos, shiitakes, and creminis are so often used meat-free meals.

1. 30-Minute Portobello Mushroom Stir-Fry from Minimalist Baker

Rich, dark portobellos take the place of meat in this super-simple stir-fry. Feel free to riff on the ingredients with whatever veggies you have on hand.

mushroom dinners

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2. Healthy Chicken and Mushroom Stroganoff from Bowl of Delicious

Greek yogurt provides the creaminess and just a touch of tartness, but when it comes to overall taste, this recipe is all about the intense meatiness of mushrooms. Pasta never had it so good.

Photo Credit: The Mediterranean Dish

3. Farro Risotto with Mushrooms and Peas from The Mediterranean Dish

An ancient grain with a terrific chewy texture and plenty of nutrients, farro adds even more comforting heft to this mushroom and pea risotto.

mushroom quinoa bowl

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4. Quinoa Bowl with Miso Mushrooms, and Crispy Broccoli from The Kitchn

Miso and mushrooms are a pair made in umami heaven. This creative, Korean-influenced bowl also calls for kimchi, roasted broccoli, and quinoa, for a gluten-free, protein-packed meal that tastes as good the next day for lunch.

zucchini noodles with mushrooms

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5. One-Pan Zucchini Noodles with Garlic Mushrooms from Paleo Hacks

This recipe swaps zoodles for pasta and mushrooms for traditional meatballs, but still offers that satisfying, meaty texture. If you want, add some red pepper flakes for some heat.

egg drop soup

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6. Ginger and Spring Onion Egg Drop Soup from A Saucy Kitchen

Mushrooms works well with ginger and ribboned eggs to create a balanced, silky soup that’s light and fragrant, but also pretty filling.

mushroom scrambled eggs

Photo Credit: Andrew Scrivani / New York Times

7. Martha Rose Shulman’s Scrambled Eggs With Mushrooms from The New York Times

Hearty mushrooms make this traditional breakfast dish worthy of dinner. It’s easy to make and tastes rich and hearty, i.e. perfect for busy weeknights.

 

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