Looking for that special recipe for a lovely Sunday lunch or special dinner. We have one for you: Spinach Ricotta Cannelloni with Mushroom Sauce. This dish screams flavor and deliciousness from the beautiful baked al-dente pasta right into that creamy spinach cheesy filling. Taking it over the top with a creamy white wine mushroom cream sauce. Truly a mouth-watering experience for sure.
Recipe by The Messy Baker
This quick, no-cook side dish is perfect for lazy summer days when turning on the stove takes too much effort. The recipe — raw baby mushrooms marinated in a vinaigrette — is incredibly simple but delivers a worthy-of-seconds side dish. Designed to be made a day in advance, it will keep for up to 5 days in the fridge, so you can always have some on hand.
Marinated mushrooms are also incredibly versatile. Want them spicy? Add a pinch of dried crushed chilies. Want them sweeter? Use white balsamic instead of sherry vinegar. Guests are arriving now? Cook the mushroom caps in boiling water until tender, then drain, and you’re ready to go.
We’ve come up with a simple and “healthier” breakfast taquitos recipe using crimini mushrooms that we think you’ll want to make again and again. Instead of deep frying the taquitos we bake them in the oven. It is a recipe that the kids can help out with and that the whole family can enjoy!
Recipe by Carole of The Yum Yum Factor
Shepherd’s pie was requested but it’s not my favourite. Why not make a filling that I really like and top it with some mashed something or other and just call it a day? I really wanted something that was a bit spicy, like a Jamaican beef patty. My beef/mushrooms patty filling is the right consistency, it’s spicy and the family likes them as much as I do. There was no reason it wouldn’t work.
And that is how Shepherd’s Patty Pie was born. I took my usual blend and extend beef/mushroom filling and topped with it with mashed sweet potatoes to balance out the heat and everyone got what they wanted.
Recipe by Renée Kohlman and Sweetsugarbean.
Hi everyone! My name is Renée Kohlman and Sweetsugarbean is my food blog I’ve been writing for eleven years. I live in beautiful Saskatoon, Saskatchewan where I happily whip up delicious creations in my little green kitchen. Being a chef as well as a food writer and recipe developer, I’m lucky to have turned my passion for all things food into a career I love. My second cookbook: Vegetables: A Love Story, was released in the fall of 2021. The last couple of years have been very busy, and I’m so proud of the work I’ve done so far. In case you’re wondering, yes, there is a chapter devoted to Mushrooms! Free time (remind me what that is again) includes Netflix, reading, and spending time with my guy Dixon and three cats.
I’m always excited when Mushrooms Canada asks me to write a guest post for their blog. Mushrooms are a staple in my kitchen and it’s always a thrill to put them into new recipes. Mushrooms always make their way into my shopping cart and into my kitchen. They are great to use year-round as they are the only vegetable that contains vitamin D. Bursting with antioxidants and cancer-fighting compounds, not to mention being low in calories, mushrooms play an important and delicious part of my culinary adventures in the kitchen.