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Mushrooms are an incredible ingredient to add to dishes! Not only are they very healthy, but they add a meaty texture to meals. That’s why they’re ideal for plant-based dinners when you’re craving a certain bite or filling quality in your food. We love mushrooms and want you to enjoy them too, so we put together this list of 15 delicious vegan mushroom entrée recipes from our Food Monster App!

1. Stuffed Italian Portobello Mushrooms 

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In Koko Brill‘s Stuffed Italian Portobello Mushrooms recipe, Portobello mushroom caps are piled high with herbed and sautéed vegetables. All of the savory flavors of these meaty stuffed mushrooms work in harmony together. Italian herbs and spices, combined with black olives and tomatoes, and a drizzle of black truffle oil makes this recipe extra special. Serve these mushrooms as an appetizer to an Italian dinner.

2. Crispy Gnocchi With Mushrooms, Asparagus, and Brussels Sprouts 

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When you need a quick, one-pot dish for dinner, this Crispy Gnocchi by Rhea Parsons is the way to go. It’s fast and easy to make, packed with healthy veggies, and of course, the crispy pan-fried gnocchi. This dish is delicious, satisfying, and perfect for a wintery day!

3. Mushroom Stroganoff with Cashew Cream 

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You could use the sauce in Alison Edmund‘s Mushroom Stroganoff with Cashew Cream recipe as a replacement for canned cream of mushroom soup as well. Spoon it in to your favorite casserole, such as green been casseroles, or broccoli casseroles! But on top of the noodles, the cream is just incredible. This dish is bound to become a favorite in your household!

4. Mushroom Mutter Masala: Indian Mushroom and Green Peas 

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This Mushroom Mutter Masala: Indian Mushroom and Green Peas recipe by Rinku Bhattacharya is a flavorful, super easy meal that is done in under 30 minutes. It’s great as a main dish served with rice, but can also make a delicious side.

5. Mushroom Bourguignon 

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Lenia Patsi‘s Mushroom Bourguignon stew is so rich in flavor and so filling. Packed full of mushrooms, it has so much protein and will leave you filling so happy.

6. Pink Oyster Mushroom Maki Rolls 

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Kirsten Kaminski‘s Pink Oyster Mushroom Maki Rolls are the perfect pretty dinner/lunch to treat yourself, your friends or family to! The beautiful pink is achieved with natural coloring from pink pitaya. Alternatively you could be a bit more creative and opt for 3-4 different colors to make rainbow maki rolls, but that’s only if you’re feeling a bit extra!

7. Linguine with Mushroom and Avocado Pesto


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Maryke Wylde‘s Linguine with Mushroom , roast pumpkin and avocado pesto is a very satisfying pasta dish, light and full of flavour. The vegetables and the pesto can be prepared in advance making this an easy dinner party dish. The pesto will keep for about a week in an airtight container.

8. Oyster Mushroom Scallops With Nasturtium Pesto 

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Sea scallops are a tender treat that many enjoy, but if you’re following a plant based diet you have to turn to other means to enjoy ocean foods. Enter seaweed. Kombu is a form of kelp that is rich in nutrients and packed with umami flavors. It makes a great base for soup stock and lends a rich and complex flavor. In Rachel Carr‘s Oyster Mushroom Scallops With Nasturtium Pesto, it’s an interesting addition to pesto and give more of an oceany flavor to the mushroom “scallops.” Also served with this unusual sauce are nasturtium leaves and flowers. This common edible flower has a slightly spicy flavor that marries well with the creamy nuts and complex kombu!

9. Herb-Infused White Sesame Curry With Red Potatoes and Mushrooms 

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In Gunjan Dudani‘s White Sesame Curry With Red Potatoes and Mushrooms recipe, roasted red tomatoes and sautéed mushrooms are served with an herb-infused white sesame and potato curry. Using tomato paste instead of whole tomatoes adds both a tangy flavor and texture that’s thicker than usual. Lastly, creamy coconut milk adds a smooth, silky taste. Serve this curry warm with steamed rice and a side of naan.

10. Mushroom and Asparagus Risotto 

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Have you ever had risotto? It’s so creamy and smooth and decadent you’d swear it was covered in butter or cheese (and it often is!) – but did you know it’s really easy to make yourself and doesn’t need any dairy at all? True! Jessica Verma‘s Mushroom and Asparagus Risotto recipe doesn’t even have much fat in it, aside from any you use to sauté the onions. All it really takes is a little bit of patience to stir the rice every once in a while, but it’s not especially difficult and the whole thing is done in maybe 30-45 minutes.

11. Mushroom and Garlic Tacos 

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The best way to make a good thing better is to turn it into a taco. In Alexandra Graf‘s Mushroom and Garlic Tacos recipe, tender mushrooms and jalapeño, are wrapped in a soft flour tortilla and topped with fresh cilantro. This recipe will also teach you how to master the art of preparing the tastiest mushrooms.

12. Mushroom and Rice Veggie Bowl 

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Melanie Sorrentino‘s Mushroom and Rice Veggie Bowl is super easy and filling. Also fully packed with flavor! Must try!

13. Bangin’ Korean Bibimbap 

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Let’s be real, Korean food is one of the best foods on the planet. Bibimbap, in particular, is the rockstar of Korean cuisine. Bibimbap (meaning “mixed rice”) is basically a dish of steamed rice, served with sautéed seasonal vegetables and meat and served with an addictive gochujang chili sauce. It’s one of the easiest Korean dishes to make completely plant-based because the meat isn’t mandatory! Try this recipe by the Crazy Vegan Kitchen; you can keep it traditional with the veggies specified here, or go nuts with whatever you like and is available to you.

14. Truffled Mushroom Risotto 

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Whether you’re looking for an indulgent celebratory meal, or just a cozy, stay-home-in-your-PJ’s dish, look no further. Ashlee Piper‘s Truffled Mushroom Risotto is loaded with heady and aromatic truffles and cooks up silky and divine. And it’s dead simple.

15. Mushroom Stroganoff 

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Molly Patrick‘s Mushroom Stroganoff is a classic comfort food dish that pairs perfectly with a cracking fire and snow falling outside your window. After you’ve made it once, you will quickly add it to your weekly dinner rotations until tank top season, at which point, you only might give it a rest.

Want more mushroom recipes? How about these 10 Incredible Indian Mushroom Recipes?

Enjoy these delicious mushroom recipes! We also highly recommend downloading our Food Monster App, which is available for both Android and iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 15,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!

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