Asparagus Mushroom Tomato Frittata looks so gorgeous on the table, and it cooks up really quickly. Make this your go-to for a big hearty breakfast, lunch, brunch or dinner to please the whole family.
Potato Chip Meatballs get full flavor from classic dry onion soup mix and uses potato chips as a binder instead of bread crumbs. Add a delicious homemade mushroom gravy, and you have a real winner!
Yankee Doodle Noodles is a tasty way to use up leftover chicken or turkey. Noodles, cooked chicken or turkey, mushrooms, cheese, and artichoke hearts go together quickly in a casserole enriched by cream and Cheddar Cheese. Yum!
Chicken Tetrazinni is a great way to use up leftover chicken or turkey. If you don’t have leftovers, simply pick up a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store. The creamy sauce includes onions, celery, mushrooms, and pimientos. It tops linguine pasta.
Crab and shrimp are the stars of this seafood pasta chowder, along with mushrooms, green onions, spices, and red wine. Serve with crusty bread on the side, or better yet, in a bread bowl. This soup is rich and chunky, hearty enough to make a meal.
Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole takes ordinary ingredients that you probably have on hand and turns them into a meal to please the entire family. Here I’ve combined this concept into a casserole using cooked chicken in a stuffing crust, then added broccoli and mushrooms to round it out as a one-dish meal.
Beef Mozzarella Roll is definitely not your Mama’s meatloaf. This unusual beef and sausage roll is stuffed with mushrooms, sweet onions, and mozzarella cheese.
Baby boomers fondly remember the simple classic green bean casserole as a Thanksgiving standard. This version is updated a bit to add fresh mushrooms. It also uses frozen green beans, which contain less salt and retain more color.