Meet your new must-try salad for any backyard barbecue! This refreshing lentil salad is versatile enough to be enjoyed either cold or warm and is packed with sautéed veggies like white button mushrooms, red bell peppers, and kale. Tossed in a zippy red wine vinaigrette and topped with creamy goat cheese, this salad offers the perfect balance of flavours and textures to complement any grilled favorites. Plus, you can whip it up in less than 30 minutes, making it a stress-free and delicious addition to your party prep.
Recipe by Symone & Chantel – Double Dose of Vitamin C
A spring inspired mushroom and bacon quiche. A slice or two paired with a fresh green salad makes for the perfect Easter brunch!
Bread based recipes can be a great addition to the holiday table. The Brunette Baker is sharing her recipe for a crave worthy Cheesy Garlic Mushroom and Jalapeno Pull Apart Bread. The addition of mushrooms in this classic recipe provides added nutrition and delicious goodness.
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.
Recipe by Louisa of Living Lou
I’ve been all about quick, vegetarian weeknight dinners these days and this quesadilla recipe fits the bill. It uses just a handful of ingredients blitzed together in a food processor, cremini mushrooms, black beans, salsa, and a few spices. I’ve started to make these quesadillas in the oven, but you could easily fry them up on the stove top. I like the oven method because it allows me to roast some veggies at the same time and is easier for timing dinner and having everything be hot at the same time!I’ve started to make these quesadillas in the oven, but you could easily fry them up on the stove top. I like the oven method because it allows me to roast some veggies at the same time and is easier for timing dinner and having everything be hot at the same time!
I hope you enjoy this weeknight dinner; it will save you come the busy fall season!