Asian cuisine is known for its rich and diverse flavors, which can be found in numerous traditional dishes and soups.
Oyster mushrooms are a versatile ingredient for a number of sauces, and their specific oyster flavor can enhance even the simplest of dishes. In the video recipe, we prepared them with steak. This festive main dish can be the star of the carnival season, but you can prepare it for any other occasion and have a great success with it.
Most of the time, bean soup is served with pork knuckles, smoked ham, or sausage, although very delicious vegetarian versions can also be prepared – all you need is a little creativity and champignon mushrooms.
This one-pot meal is the perfect refutation of the statement that meat is a mandatory ingredient for tarragon ragouts. Real Transylvanian flavors return in this vegetarian dish made from brown champignons and completed with lots of tasty vegetables, which you can prepare for lunch or even dinner.
Winter holidays are unimaginable without homemade pickles, which balance and highlight the main dishes with their characteristic taste. Next to the popular cucumber or green tomato pickles, place a specialty on the shelf: marinated oyster mushrooms with ginger.
Your child won’t eat their mushrooms? Not even if you put effort into the tastiest and most complicated recipes that anyone would find appetizing? Let’s hide mushrooms, this great superfood with nutrients important for a young body, in a simple but great falafel!
When summer arrives and the heat starts to become unbearable, we rarely (or not at all) crave heavy foods.
The English breakfast is a traditional dish going back a long time, which, though might seem complex at first, can be prepared in just a few minutes. Even if you don’t make it on weekdays, when everyone is in a rush, it’s a perfect choice for a weekend breakfast, when the entire family sits at the table.