Most of us love eating mushrooms. They are my all-time favourite as they are extremely healthy and nutritious. They are high protein ingredient, very versatile and fast to cook. They can be made into a variety of quick and easy snacks, curry, soups, stir-fries and salads.
They pair well with veggies like potato, peas etc in making some absolutely delectable curry based dishes. Mushrooms have wonderful earthy flavours, are inexpensive, quick to cook and offer a fantastic mushroomy flavor on cooking right. Edible mushrooms like white and brown crimini, porcinis, oyster mushrooms etc are extensively used in cooking.
They are easily incorporated into a varied dishes such as soups, sauces, vegetable medley curries, stir-fries, pastas and rice dishes etc. On cooking, mushroom mingles well with spices which enhance the flavours and taste. They make the dish more dense, colourful, flavourful and aromatic.
When cooked mushroom are very tasty with its exquisite flavours, they are healthy to eat and have a bountiful of nutritional values and is considered a valuable health food as it is low in calories, high in vegetable proteins, iron, zinc, fiber, essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals.
Mushrooms are good source of potassium & trace elements. Mushrooms have a long history of use in Traditional Chinese Medicine too.In India, mushrooms are used widely for cooking a variety of exotic and appetizing dishes that includes mushroom fry, mushroom Manchurian dry, mushroom chammam, mushroom mint pulao & lots more. Check out my website for detailed recipe. Few years back, mushroom as vegetable was not very popular at all in Indian cooking but today it is well-liked and popular all over India.
Below listed are some of the exquisite and yummy mushroom recipes. Do try and enjoy its exotic taste and flavours:
Cream of fresh Mushroom soup is a simple type of soup where a basic is thinned with cream or milk and then mushrooms and/or mushroom broth are added. It is well known in North America as a common type of condensed canned soup.
Mushroom Manchurian Dry Who likes Mushrooms, will love Mushroom Manchurian to its death. Follow this dry mushroom manchurian recipe to make delicious protein rich snack which has should be served hot to enjoy.
Mushroom Spinach Parcels are golden puffed and flaky parcels with their belly of flavoursome mushrooms, creamily salty and mineral-esque spinach satisfy even the canine tooth of a carnivore. I practically inhaled two within minutes. Simple yet suitably satisfying!
Mushroom Fritters Lovely healthy mushroom fritters with a Dijon mustard batter. These are delicious when served with corn relish and a green salad.
Mushroom Fry is made of mushroom, onions, tomatoes and delicately spiced to give a distinct flavour and aroma.
Marinated Mushrooms Little mushrooms are marinated in a zesty mixture. They're great for buffet style gatherings. They keep well for a long time in the fridge, or you may can them in mason jars and store in cupboard.
Crepes with Spinach and Mushroom Corn Stuffing For an elegant brunch treat, serve these delicious crepes with their savoury filling and delicate white sauce. It is not only delicious but also very healthy as it is packed with spinach, mushrooms and corn stuffed inside crepes.
Mushroom Chamman also known as Mushroom Saag wala or Dhingri Saag wala is a classic dish made with mushrooms cooked in chamman gravy (spinach masala gravy using spinach, little of mint and coriander blended together). Serve with roti, chapatti etc.
Mushrooms Peas and Spring Onions Do try this easy Mushrooms with Peas And Spring Onions recipe and make delicious recipe its healthier and tasty dish which goes well with chapati or rice.
Mushrooms Chickpea Curry Dhingri Chole masala is a classic Indian style dish consisting of mushrooms and chole or garbanzo cooked together in some exotic Indian spices and fresh chole masala. Serve along with roti, chapatti etc.
Mushroom Mint Pulao Awesome and simple rice preparation made with mushroom, spices and basmati rice cooked together flavoured with fresh flavours of mint leaves. The flavours from the garam masala, browned onions and heat from green chillies makes this dish mildly spiced but is overwhelmed with the fragrance of fresh mint leaves giving a nice freshness to the aromatic basmati rice.
Mushrooms are delicate, get cooked fast and blend well with flavours.
Do try these recipes to delight your family and friends with joy.
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