This is one of the quickest and easiest ways to enjoy the popular chicken of the woods mushroom. Sautéed with some fat and garlic, then simmered in white wine and tossed with some herbs, you'll have dinner ready in no time! Winner winner, chicken dinner, am I right?
If you have a lot of maitake on your hands, pickling is a delicious way to preserve it. Parboiling the mushroom florets in the brine makes these ready to eat right away and adding some carrots and red onions brings extra color and flavor.
Duxelles is a simple, scrumptious mixture of finely chopped mushrooms, onions, and herbs. Serve it on bread as a quick snack, make it into a no-fuss appetizer à la bruschetta with some goat cheese, or use it as a filling for ravioli.
This vegan recipe for stuffed patty pans is so versatile you'll want to make it again and again. The patty pan is the perfect base for a savory couscous pilaf with black trumpets and leeks, making it the perfect summer side or vegan entrée.