Fourth of July Recipe Round-Up
From breakfast to dinner, from Sunday to Saturday, meals are prepared every day. It can become a repetitive routine until a holiday sneaks up on you and meals turn into a celebration of the food we love.
Now that the Fourth of July has passed it would be easy to dive right back into the daily humdrum of meal prep. However, there is no reason that with a table full of loved ones and a bounty of delicious ingredients you can’t turn a warm summer night into a celebration.
To honor summer meals, we’re sharing a roundup of some of our favorite Fourth of July mushroom recipes that make every day worth celebrating!
- Food Network’s Ellie Krieger has a kid-friendly Chicken and Mushroom Quesadillas that is a great way to get kids involved in the kitchen. Serve for dinner or an easy party appetizer.
- This Double Mushroom Burger from Poor Girl Eats Well will satisfy any burger appetite with mushrooms featured inside and out. As an extra bonus the burger will only set you back $3.05 per serving.
- When time is tight, whip up these Five Ingredient Kebabs from Hungry Girl using veggies you have left over from the weekend Farmers’ Market.
- Replace classic skewers with rosemary sprigs in this recipe for Rosemary Skewered Grilled Mushrooms from Bell’alimento. How can you not love a cooking tool that adds a flavor explosion?
- Take a look at this Ziti with Portobello Mushrooms, Caramelized Onions and Goat Cheese on Food and Wine’s Top 50 pins and you’ll see why it’s a fungi fan favorite. Pair with a garden salad and dinner is served.
- These Lentil Stuffed Mushrooms from our friends at City of Hope and Yummy Mummy had the Mushroom Channel Facebook page buzzing with excitement.
- Grilled Portabella and Goat Cheese Pitas from Cooking Light will satisfy vegetarian and meat eaters alike.
- Mozzarella Parmesan Stuffed Mushrooms from Amanda’s Cookin’ will make a perfect appetizer or light lunch – no matter when you serve them, they’ll go fast!