Best Mushroom Recipes

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Need some mushroom recipe inspiration? Look no further! We have the Best Mushroom Recipes, including savory beef stroganoff, juicy loaded chicken, cheesy mushroom quesadillas, and indulgent crab stuffed mushrooms. You can’t go wrong with any of these delicious main dishes or sides.

Top down view of crab stuffed mushrooms in cast iron.

Do you keep adding mushrooms to your grocery list, then letting them go bad in the fridge?

With this list of recipes, you’ll know exactly what to cook with mushrooms every time…and you’ll be buying extra when you go to the store! 

This list is all of my favorite ways to incorporate mushrooms into my meals. There are side dishes, entrees, soups, pastas, casseroles, omelettes, and more!

What’s the Best Way to Cook Mushrooms?

We love to sauté mushrooms with fresh or dried herbs! Sautéing brings out their flavor while helping to release excess moisture that can make the mushrooms soggy.

While sautéing is our favorite way to prepare mushrooms, it’s not the only way to enjoy them. They are also delicious grilled, baked, fried, or mixed with other ingredients and cooked.

What Food Goes Well with Mushrooms?

When prepared properly, mushrooms are essentially sponges for flavor. They’re delicious, juicy, and go with so many different foods. 

Here are some of my favorite recipes to make with mushrooms:

Close up view of a bowl of cream of mushroom soup alternative.

This cream of mushroom soup is the perfect healthier substitute for the canned stuff.

It’s made with a simple combination of milk, flour, chicken broth, mushrooms, and a few seasonings.

Whip this soup up in just 15 minutes and use it in place of canned cream soup in sauces or casseroles! You’ll never go back to store-bought. 

Spoon putting sour cream on a quesadilla.

These mushroom quesadillas are a classic comfort food made a little heartier!

They’re a classic cheesy quesadilla made with golden-brown flour tortillas, melty mozzarella cheese, and savory sautéed mushrooms. 

Enjoy these quesadillas as-is or load them up with more veggies or even the protein of your choice for a heartier meal. Just 30 minutes to make, from start to finish!

Crab stuffed mushrooms on a black platter.

Crab stuffed mushrooms are the ultimate appetizer for any occasion.

They’re quick and easy to make, yet totally impressive.

This recipe is made with juicy mushrooms that are packed full of a meaty crab filling made with crab meat, breadcrumbs, pepper and onion, parmesan cheese, and more.

Whip these up for your next party and watch how fast they disappear off the platter!

Top down view of sauteed mushrooms in a dish.

This recipe for sautéed mushrooms is one of the quickest and easiest ways to cook up the mushrooms you have in your fridge.

They’re the perfect balance of savory and umami flavors thanks to a little bit of butter, dried thyme, salt, pepper, and garlic. 

Serve these sautéed mushrooms on their own as a side dish or add them to omelettes, pizzas, pastas, soups, you name it. 

Top down view of a bowl of mushroom rice.

This one pot mushroom rice is a quick and easy side dish you’ll be making over and over.

It’s simple to whip up, but tastes like you ordered it at a restaurant.

It’s perfect enjoyed with chicken, steak, or any meal you like. 

To make this rice recipe, simply sauté the rice in butter, then combine with onion, pepper, celery, Worcestershire sauce, and a delicious blend of spices.

Add some beef consommé, then cook until the rice is tender and fluffy. Mix with sliced mushrooms, then enjoy!

Bake taken out of a stuffed mushroom.

If there are two ingredients that are meant to be together, it’s sausage and mushrooms.

Juicy, umami mushrooms, savory Italian sausage…it really doesn’t get better than that!

These sausage stuffed mushrooms are made with cremini mushrooms filled with Italian sausage, cream cheese, mozzarella, and parmesan.

They’re packed with flavor, rich and cheesy, and so tasty!

Top-down view of the creamy mushroom pasta.

This mushroom stroganoff is the best vegetarian version of the classic beef stroganoff.

It’s savory, hearty, creamy, and takes a total of 25 minutes to make.

This pasta dinner is made with tender egg noodles and juicy mushrooms smothered in a savory sour cream sauce.

Enjoy as-is, serve it as a side dish with your favorite protein, or make it even more filling by adding cooked ground beef.

A slice of mushroom lasagna being scooped from the casserole pan.

Who says a vegetarian dinner can’t be just as delicious and hearty as a meaty one? This mushroom lasagna is the perfect example!

This lasagna is packed full of veggies and high in protein thanks to the cottage cheese filling!

It’s made with tender lasagna noodles layered with marinara sauce, spinach, onion, mushrooms, mozzarella, parmesan, and cottage cheese.

It’s delicious, savory, and filling—you won’t even miss the meat!

A top-down view of the dish with the omelet and melon chunks. Omelet is garnished with diced tomato.

What better way to start the day than with this hearty veggie omelette?

It’s quick and easy, so tasty, and good for you too! 

This omelette is packed full of white onion, mushroom, tomato, poblano peppers, and Swiss cheese.

It’s a 20-minute breakfast that can be enjoyed as-is or customized to your liking!

Enjoy it for breakfast or whip it up for lunch or even dinner. 

Plates of beef stroganoff.

This beef stroganoff is a classic comfort food that’s perfect for an easy weeknight dinner or for a cold evening when you’re craving something hearty and cozy! 

This recipe features egg noodles, tender bites of ground beef, and juicy sliced mushrooms tossed in a decadent sauce made with broth, Worcestershire sauce, red wine, sour cream, and more.

It’s a restaurant-quality meal that’s ready in just 45 minutes at home!

Loaded chicken on a plate with honey mustard.

No meal makes my mouth water quite as much as this cheesy loaded chicken breast does.

I’m practically drooling every time I pull it out of the oven!

This recipe is made with juicy chicken breasts that are loaded up with sautéed mushrooms, salty bacon, and melted sharp cheddar and Monterey jack cheese.

The chicken is baked until the cheese is nice and gooey, then garnished with green onions and homemade honey mustard dressing! It doesn’t get better than this!

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Mushrooms recipes in a collage.

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