Make The Most Of Mushrooms This Season, Try These Dishes

A miracle vegetable that has recently gained popularity in Indian cuisine are mushrooms. One benefit of mushrooms is that you can try new things with them and be confident that they won't let you down. The reason for this is that mushrooms are adaptable and may blend in with other vegetables and spices in any curry or preparation, increasing flavour and giving your food a distinctive flavour. No longer are they just used in Chinese or unusual dishes. In fact, mushrooms pair beautifully with Goan curries, Punjabi meals, and many other Indian dishes. Here are some suggestions for adding mushrooms to your diet. 

Mushroom Fry: This is one of the greatest and simplest methods to eat more mushrooms. A healthy mushroom dish can be made by combining alot of unique vegetables. Heat some oil in a pan before adding your preferred chopped and cut vegetables. Broccoli, carrots, baby corn, and red, yellow, and green bell peppers are just a few examples of the colourful vegetables you can incorporate. They should be cooked after a brief period of stir-frying. Mushrooms cook quickly, so add them at the very end. Add salt and your choice of herbs, such as oregano, to this. Adding tofu or paneer to the platter can make the dish even healthier, so don't limit yourself to just the vegetables. 

Mushroom Pulao: When making rice, including mushrooms is always a good idea. You can make this dish by heating some oil in a pan and adding whole spices such as black pepper, cardamom, dalchini, and bay leaves. As soon as you notice a faint smell, let them saute or crackle. Add chopped onions, garlic, and ginger to this and cook for a short while. Add the diced tomatoes and continue cooking until they are soft once the colour turns golden brown. The cleaned and separated mushroom halves are then added. Combine all the vegetables thoroughly with your preferred salt and spices. Add the previously soaked rice to this, combine the rice and vegetables well, add a little coconut milk and water, and simmer it. Mushroom rice is ready in a matter of minutes. 

Matar Mushroom: This particular combo works well as a side dish for any meal. The dish's texture is distinctive and healthful thanks to the luscious mushrooms and boiled peas. Add oil to a frying pan and heat it for a bit. Cumin seeds and a few tablespoons of yoghurt should be added. Up till the oil separates, keep blending the yoghurt. After that, add the chopped onions and garlic and continue to sauté. Sauté tomatoes until they are diced and golden brown. After adding the boiling peas and mushrooms, stir the mixture for a bit before seasoning with salt and your preferred spices. Stir-fry the vegetables until they are tender and the colour of the mushroom changes. You can also include boiling potatoes and peas if you'd like. To garnish, sprinkle chopped coriander. 

Stuffed Mushrooms: Who wouldn't want to devour filled, delectable, and nutritious mushroom balls? This dish is simple to prepare and works nicely as a starter or a snack. Cut the stalk after cleaning the mushrooms. Take the cap off and set it aside. Butter should be heated in a skillet before adding chopped onions and garlic for the filling. When the colour starts to shift, add the diced tomatoes and continue to sauté. Remove from the flame, then let it cool. Grated cheese should be added to this mixture before adding the filling to the mushroom caps. Next, bake them for four minutes at 220 degrees in the oven or according to your microwave's instructions. 

Mushroom Soup: A nutritious snack that gives you enough nutrition is soup. Make a vegetable stock, then set it aside. Then, add baby corn, onions, spring onions, and mushrooms to a pan that has been heated with butter. Stir-fry the vegetables until they are only slightly cooked. Add salt and vegetable stock to this and bring to a boil. Remove from the flame and sprinkle on a little pepper powder. Garnish it with coriander and slurp in its goodness. 

Creamy Mushroom: You can add spice or cream to mushrooms. Try a creamy mushroom curry if you don't want a hot one. This recipe is creamy. Heat some oil in a skillet, then add the chopped onions, garlic, and ginger, and cook until golden brown. Add some chopped tomatoes to it and continue to sauté. Add your preferred spices and a small amount of water when the oil begins to separate. Add peppers, peas, baby corn, mushrooms, and other ingredients to this, and let it simmer for a while. To create a creamy curry, add dollops of cream at the end. After removing the casserole from the heat, top with oregano and serve hot.