To me the perfect steak must have some sides and sautéed mushrooms is our go to at AngryBBQ.com. The great thing about sautéed mushrooms is how easy and quick they are to make. Follow this step by step recipe to take your next steak dinner to another level.
You really can’t go wrong with serving mushrooms as a side. Different types of mushrooms offer different nutritional benefits; but for the most part mushrooms in general are a good source of antioxidants, beta glucan, B-vitamins, copper, and potassium.
I love nothing more than a great potsticker and if you buy the dumpling wrappers from the store, they are super quick and easy to make. You have the option to make my tried and true, partially whole wheat wrappers from scratch, if you are up for a bit of a challenge or you can just buy premade wrappers from the store. Look for round wrappers that are about 3” in diameter as any smaller and they get finicky to work with.
Pulsed mushrooms provide a great, meaty texture and as we all know, mushrooms are umami bombs that can stand up to a bit of spice. Once you start using Gochujang, you will want to start putting this Korean fermented red chili paste, in everything – it’s savoury, sweet and spicy all at the same time. I use white button or crimini mushrooms and pulse them in the food processor until they are coarsely chopped – just a few pulses will do it.
We have a guest in the kitchen! The Brunette Baker is sharing her recipe for this scrumptious dip!
This dip would be a wonderful addition to your holiday appetizers. Super simple to prepare, creamy whipped feta topped with roasted garlic mushrooms and tomatoes is a festive dish that will be sure to wow your guests (or immediate household this year) and have them coming back for more.
This Gouda & Honey Mushroom Tart is perfect as an appetizer or fancy snack!
My name is Alisa Infanti and I am the recipe developer and food photographer for The Delicious Spoon. I live in Hamilton, Ontario and am a wife and mom of two so I understand how important it is to be able make a meal for my family that is as easy to make as it is delicious.
We have guests in the kitchen! Loreto & Nicoletta of SugarLoveSpices are sharing their recipe for these scrumptious spring rolls that are sure to impress.
Not fried but baked, these spring rolls are the perfect delicious finger food or appetizer. Crispy and crunchy with a most luxurious earthy plump mushroom filling and taken up a notch with fresh thyme and sage. Let’s not forget the cheese, with the addition of goat cheese and gruyere all nestled in these lovely parcels! For added flavour a side of garlic aioli, delicious for the dipping!