Mushrooms are in season and they make a great base for a tasty, nutritious vegetarian meal. Branch out and try them as a pizza base, as a burger patty, in a nutloaf (vegetarian meatloaf), a creamy mushroom pasta or as a 5 minute omelette!
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The key to making this incredible mushroom burger is the marinade of soy sauce, balsamic vinegar, garlic, onion and oil. I promise you won't miss the meat with this. You can also make this bun-less by serving it in a lettuce leaf!
Nut loaf is the vegetarian version of meatloaf and this one has winter friendly ingredients like chestnuts and mushrooms. It's great to serve at dinner but is also delicious cold for lunch the next day too!
This baked mushroom alfredo was based on that TikTok baked feta pasta. Except this time we use cream cheese and mushrooms instead of feta and tomatoes. And you know what? It's so good and deserves to go viral too!
Portobello mushrooms make the best pizza (seriously, they make for an easy and nutritious pizza base)! It could not be easier - just top a mushroom with pizza sauce, onion, garlic, cheese and pepperoni and bake and 20 minutes later you'll have a delicious low carb, gluten free and keto pizza!
Enoki are such a great little mushrooms. They're easy to buy and cook quickly without needing a lot of oil and cook down to a tasty, noodle-like texture! This omelette takes all of 5 minutes to make and you can use a vegetarian version of the oyster sauce for this!
So tell me Dear Reader, which recipe are you most likely to make? Do you like mushrooms?