Mushroom Recipes

From appetizers to main courses, mushrooms bring out the best flavors in an array of dishes. Here are our delicious and exquisite recipes and tips for preparing the best mushroom dishes at home.

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Mushroom Ragout

Sautéed with shallots and simmered in dry white wine, these tender mushrooms are the perfect pairing with braised duck legs and pan-crisped spaetzle. Be sure to cook the mushrooms in batches; each type cooks differently, and the cook times are crucial to preserve the texture of each variety. Don’t stir the mushrooms too frequently while cooking to allow them to develop deep color and flavor.

King Oyster Mushroom Steaks with Pesto and Almond Aillade

Chef Julia Sullivan employs a duo of cast-iron skillets to prepare the tender, crispy-edged mushroom steaks at Henrietta Red in Nashville; one for cooking the mushrooms, the other for pressing them flat so they cook evenly. Buttery roasted almonds balance the sharper notes of garlic and lemon this rustic French sauce.

Wild Mushrooms with Leek-Garlic Puree and Buckwheat Crêpe Crackers

Shiro dashi is a concentrated soup base combining dashi, white soy sauce, mirin, and sugar. It brings a sweet, savory depth of flavor to the wild mushroom and onion mixture. Chicken stock can be substituted if shiro dashi is unavailable.

Enoki Blooms

With a mild, almost fruity mushroom flavor and crisp-tender texture, enoki mushrooms fry beautifully. Soaking the mushrooms in fresh citrus juice carries flavor throughout each bloom.

Mushroom Fricassee

Mushrooms, roasted until tender, soak up flavor and moisture from a bright vinaigrette.

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Mushroom Toasts with Délice de Bourgogne


Triple créme cheese, an ultra-rich version of brie, is topped with pan-roasted mushrooms and herbs in this elevated appetizer.

Soko (Herbed Forest Mushrooms)

In this simple Georgian side dish, oyster mushrooms are sautéed with fresh and dried chiles, fresh mint, sage, and tarragon. Tasting Georgia cookbook author Carla Capalbo, who shared the recipe with F&W, recommends serving it with the spicy Georgian condiment ajika for even more heat.  

Morel Mushrooms

Morels have a distinctive honeycomb appearance, making them a striking addition to any dish. Since they're difficult to cultivate, morel mushrooms are prized by many gourmet cooks, and are popular in French cuisine. They're a wonderful addition to meat and poultry dishes, soups, and pastas. Here, our best recipes featuring morels.