This first recipe caught my eye just a short time ago. From Christine Bailey Hadden of the blog, Foody Schmoody I'm Just Cooking comes a stuffed mushroom recipe: Pancetta and Goat Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms. These mushrooms will go like wild fire at any holiday gathering, so be sure to grab extra ingredients so you can make a lot of them!
Next up is another recipe I spotted a while back that sounded so good and I am really happy that she brought her Mushrooms Asada to this mushroom party. They are from Debi Wayland of Life Currents. And the flavor - well it comes from a delicious Asada marinade which sounds ever so delicious. These mushrooms are what you want along side a nice slab of beef or perhaps if you are like me just devour a bowl of them!
Caramelized Onion & Mushroom Grilled Cheese Sandwich from Christine of Foody Schmoody is on the top of my must make list. Grilled cheese is a comfort food and Christine has taken it to another level with the rich flavor from caramelizing the onions and adding delicious mushrooms. I spy a little spinach for the health factor so I will be guilt free in this indulgence!
Mushroom, Sausage & Leek Ciabatta Stuffing recipe comes from Angela LeMoine of LeMoine Family Kitchen blog. This stuffing is simply delectable with all of the ingredients it has. It will be a great stuffing for the holiday or for Sunday suppers when lots of folks like to roast a chicken!
Creamy Chicken and Mushroom Soup is a fabulous starter course for holiday entertaining, or as a main meal for any night of the week. Serena Burns from Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch is the author of this scrumptious soup. The mushroom gives this soup depth of flavor and it's one the whole family will enjoy.
Skewered Garlic Mushrooms are the brain child of Tara Noland of the blog, Noshing with the Nolands. No matter the time of year, mushrooms and steak are the perfect pairing don't you think? And these marinated and grilled mushrooms would be wonderful along side a rib roast as well. I am definitely giving this one two thumbs up and looking forward to trying this recipe.
Susie's Veggie Stuffed Mushrooms from Diane Williams of the blog, Homemade Food Junkie. There's a beautiful blend of spinach and cheeses in these and they sound terrific. These are fabulous for entertaining and for everyday meals. All you need are one of these and a side salad and you are set for a delicious meal.
Mushroom Zucchini Noodles and with a sauce made from vegetable stock is the perfect vegetarian option for guests who don't eat meat.
Mexican Quinoa Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms are sure to be a big hit with your vegetarian friends. And if you are looking for an outstanding vegetarian recipe, this is a great one. It has elements and flavors of Mexican cuisine and it's just a stand out recipe.
Portobello Burger recipe. You get the recipe for the rolls and the delicious sauce too! So after you've stuffed yourself silly with turkey and ham, change the pace and whip up a great portobello burger.
Mushroom Barley Soup is hearty and eats like a main meal. Without the extra fat she's pulled off one heck of a delicious comforting bowl of soup! This is a great soup to put together over the weekend and during the week pull it out and warm it up for a quick and tasty meal!
Quinoa Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms are courtesy of Joanne DiPalo of WineLady Cooks. With a few simple ingredients from your fridge and pantry you have a very quick and easy weeknight meal. They also are a great vegetarian option when entertaining. Don't miss out on how simple these are to make!
Pumpkin, Black Rice, Turkey Crock Chopped "Chili" recipe comes from KC Kahn of The Kitchen Chopper. Everything KC makes delivers exactly what our bodies need for nourishment. Full of vitamins and essential minerals you can bet this filling "chili" is well balanced and packed with tons of flavor. Great for a weeknight meal or for a starter course for entertaining.
Creamy Mushroom Turkey Orzo Soup. Instead of cream this recipe uses coconut milk and it promises to deliver on taste! What better way to use up some of that left over bird than in a soup, right?
Steak House Mushrooms Marsala. I found that the Marsala Wine (which I love using in cooking) along with fresh thyme made these mushrooms a definite stand out recipe. For all things beef or even as a side dish to a chicken dinner these are wonderful.
Stuffed Button Mushrooms I have been making for a long, long time. When you read an ingredient I have in there, you might think, seriously? Trust me these are good and were a super big hit on my appetizers to go menu back when I owned a small restaurant. I still make them for special occasions and holiday gatherings. I think you'll love them! Easy, peasy to make too.
Portobello Mushrooms with Egg & Chorizo over Rice. I can see myself eating this for a brunch meal on the holidays. A few major ingredients and seasonings takes this mushroom to fabulous heights.
One last mushroom recipe for entertaining are my Artichoke Stuffed Mushrooms. They are super easy to make and even easier to eat. I think the flavor is outstanding and it's a little out of the everyday.
I always have lots of fun doing these round-ups and I certainly hope you have found some magnificent mushroom recipes that you can't wait to make! Your holidays and everyday will be enhanced just by the simplicity of really good food. My wish is that you have a wonderful holiday and if you find a recipe or two or more, stop by the blog(s) and leave a comment. Bloggers love comments!
At this point I would love to thank all of the contributors to this post for their MAGNIFICENT mushroom recipes:
- Heidy L. McCallum
- Christine Bailey Hadden
- Peter Block
- Tara Noland
- Kc Kahn
- Joanne DiPalo
- Angela LeMoine
- Linda Feldman Shapiro
- Diane Williams
- Nancy Fox
- Erica Schwarz
- Jenny Unternahrer
- Katerina Delidimou
- Serena Burns
- Debi Wayland