Mushrooms-based dishes are a show-stealer at every vegetarian spread. Spongy and delectable, mushrooms are a treat in preparations both mellow and spicy. They blend and absorb the flavours very well. Mushrooms are also very popular with kids; they may run away from their bowl full of veggies and greens, but they are most likely to tuck into a dish made with mushrooms. They are fairly easy to cook with too, provided you clean them well in advance.
If you are hosting a house party at your place this weekend, here are some stellar mushroom snacks you can try your hands at. We are sure your guests would love every bit of it.
Crispy fried corn tortilla topped with a mix of delectable mushrooms, herbs, chillies, coriander, avocado, salsa and sour cream. An absolute slurp-fest!
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2. Chilled mushrooms and capsicum
If you are looking for something light, healthy and flavourful, you can try this comforting chilled salad made with boiled mushrooms and capsicums. Drizzled over with a creamy sauce, this salad is sure to change the way you have looked at salads so far.
Your favourite Indian snack with a twist. Replace the good old potato filling with some savoury mushroom fillings and chomp away. Serve with mint or tamarind chutney.
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Think kebabs and you are sure to picture all things meaty and greasy. These melt in your mouth kebabs made of mushrooms, potato and select spices is sure to bust your perception of kebabs in a bite.
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Marinated mushrooms stuffed with garlic peppers, tofu and parsley. This classic finger food is always a hit with kids and adults, alike.
(Also Read: 10 Best Starter Recipes)Stuffed mushroom cap
You saw this coming, didn't you? Cutlets are one of the most convenient snacks to make in little time. Made with the goodness of mushrooms, potatoes and masalas, dipped in egg, coated with breadcrumbs. Chomp on these deep-fried cutlets on a rainy day. Serve it with any dip of your choice. Make sure they are served hot.
About Sushmita SenguptaSharing a strong penchant for food, Sushmita loves all things good, cheesy and greasy. Her other favourite pastime activities other than discussing food includes, reading, watching movies and binge-watching TV shows.