Whether you love trying new foods or prefer to stick to what you know, we guarantee these blenditarian dishes will satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. Go bold with the exotic flavors of a blended kefta kebob or keep it classic with blended beef stroganoff. What flavors are your favorite to blend? Show us on Twitter (@MushroomChannel) or Instagram (@themushroomchannel) using #Blenditarian.
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Whether you’re on the hunt for a home-cooked meal after a long day of work or trying to squeeze in a nutritional dish for the kids in between soccer practice and homework, we understand that you don’t always have time to cook an elaborate meal. So we’ve simplified the process and developed an easy, go-to-guide for whipping up healthy and delicious dishes in less than 30 minutes.
- Take advantage of help at the store and enlist the butcher to cut, bone, or skin meat, and have the fishmonger skin or fillet the fish. You can also cut down time in the kitchen by purchasing pre-cut veggies.
- Keep your pantry stocked with healthy grains such as noodles, lentils or brown rice for a quick, go-to base for any recipe.
- Incorporate mushrooms for an easy solution to boosting flavor and nutrition in any meal.
- Save time tomorrow and double the recipe tonight for great leftovers to pack as lunch or dish up for dinner.
Check out some of our favorite, fast and flavorful dishes!
Seven-Minute Ramen Bowl
What’s quicker than ramen? Elevate and add some flair with fresh veggies – ready to serve in minutes!
Quesadilla night with a twist! Customize with your favorite burger toppings for a sure crowd-pleaser.
Roasted Mushrooms, Brussels Sprouts and Bacon Hash
Spice up mornings with a simple, flavorful, nutritious take on the traditional breakfast bowl.
Mushroom and Chicken Parmesan Pasta
Whip up a lively meal for the whole family with this easy pasta dish from What’s Gaby Cooking.
Mediterranean Mushroom-Zucchini Boats
Celebrate meatless Monday with this baked Mediterranean dish–and a boatload of veggies.
Blended Chili Macaroni
One-pot beef and mushroom chili is quick and easy. That’s what we call a win-win.
Looking for a healthy, yet flavorful spring side? This ‘shroom salad from bell’alimento is sure to impress.
If you’re looking for a super simple spring side dish that’s big on shrooms, then look no farther. It’s so good you might just want to eat it on its own. If you’re looking for a complete meal, try pairing it with salmon or chicken.
Broccolini Mushroom Salad
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
1 bunch fresh broccolini – trimmed
2 tablespoons soy sauce
2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
1/4 teaspoon sesame seed oil
1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes
1/2 tablespoon sesame seeds
1 clove garlic – minced
8 ounces fresh mushrooms – thinly sliced
Into a large saute pan add 1/4 cup water and heat over medium heat. When simmering, add broccolini and cook until just softened. Transfer to serving bowl. Set aside.
Into a small bowl whisk together: soy sauce, vinegar, oil, red pepper flakes, sesame seeds and garlic. Pour into pan and heat over medium heat.
Add mushrooms and cook until tender. Pour over broccolini. Toss to combine.
Sometimes basics are best. Get your greens—and a healthy serving of mushrooms—in this crave-worthy Grilled Mushroom Cobb Salad topped with meaty portabella mushrooms.
Do we have you convinced? Find the full recipe here.
March marks the first glimpse of spring, and that means grocery stores and farmers markets will soon be blooming with seasonal greens and vegetables. Fresh arugula, beets, lettuce, mushrooms, radicchio and scallions glimmer amongst the other produce with a cheerful disposition. As we step away from the heavy foods of winter, we encourage you to rejuvenate your dinner plates with crisp, colorful and nutrient-rich greens.
Wholesome and nourishing, spring vegetables are packed with vitamins C, D and K, iron, potassium, fiber and calcium. Mushrooms alone provide important nutrients like selenium, potassium, riboflavin, vitamin D and more. Blending mushrooms with meat (known as The Blend) can also help cut down on red meat consumption and reduce excess calories and fat from your diet.
Whether you spice up your meals with veggie spring rolls, test a new salad, or simply add more raw veggies to the plate, it all adds up to a healthier lifestyle. Celebrate the bloom of springtime, and National Nutrition Month, with a few of our favorite fresh recipes.
Oyster Mushroom Spring Rolls
Kick off the season with these zesty spring rolls loaded with bright greens and meaty mushrooms.
Taco Tuesdays just got a new look! Pile your favorite ingredients on a bed of lettuce.
Mushroom Veggie ‘Meatballs’ & Zucchini Pasta
Stack rich pasta sauce and veggie meatballs atop perfectly al dente zucchini ribbons.
Minced Chicken & Mushroom Lettuce Cups
This light spring dish blends mushrooms, chicken, and asian flavors for a playful finger food.
Grilled Mushroom Cobb Salad
Meaty portabella mushrooms top this vegetarian salad—perfect for lunch or as a hearty side salad.
Pile on the mushrooms and enjoy a fun make-your-own pizza night with the family.