Mushrooms are widely using in day-to-day cooking and has numerous health benefits. Most species of mushrooms are not edible so we need to be cautious when we use them in or cooking. Not to scare you but some mushrooms are dangerous and poisonous too.
Health Benefits of Mushrooms
- Provide lean proteins and has no cholesterol or fat.
- Help in lowering cholesterol levels.
- Have a good source of iron and anti-carcinogenic effects.
- Is a rich source of calcium and have vitamin D.
- Boosts the immune system.
I cook mushrooms very often at least once or twice a week. If cooked perfectly, mushroom taste so good. You can make a lot of recipes using mushroom. I have compiled a collection of mushroom recipes which has starters, curries/gravies, rice, soup etc.
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Mushroom Recipes – Starters/Soups
Chicken Mushroom Soup
A warm soup cooked with mushroom, chicken broth, onions along with diced chicken.
A tasty, healthy vegetarian omelette made of mushrooms and served as breakfast or brunch.
Mushroom Recipes – Rice Varieties
An easy and delicious biryani made with mushroom and freshly ground spices. You can serve the mushroom Biryani with Raita of your choice.
Mushroom Fried Rice
A very easy to make one pot meal in an Indo-Chinese style with mushrooms.
Mushroom Recipe – Main Course
A wholesome fish recipe made with chicken, mushroom, pineapple and eggs.
Mushroom Recipes – Curry/Gravy
Mushroom Curry is a simple and tasty curry. Mushroom Curry goes well with rotis and also as an accompaniment to rice.
Mushroom Tikka Masala
A rich and delicious curry made with mushrooms, capsicum, cream and tomatoes.
A spicy and tangy gravy made with mushroom and freshly ground spices.