What you’ll need to make this recipe
- Button mushrooms
- Cremini mushrooms
- Olive oil
- Whole garlic clove
- The best ever garlic powder
- Onion power
- Green onion/scallion
- Mushroom or vegetable stock
- Sea salt or seasoning salt
- Ground black pepper
The History of Button and Cremini Mushrooms
Button mushroom and cremini mushroom–Agaricus bisporus A.bisporus
Major cultivation of button mushrooms started in Europe during the 17th century. They are the most popular variety that is consumed worldwide and these nutrient rich fungi are available to enjoy year round. Cremini and button mushrooms are relatives from the Agaricaceae family. The button mushroom is the youngest member followed by the cremini.
The hearty texture of mushrooms are an ideal meat/poultry free alternative to countless dishes. Add them to a stir–fry, risotto, quiche or pizza, tagine, stock, soup and more.
Put a smile on your face every time you include mushrooms in your recipes. This superfood may aid in better hydration for your skin. Better yet, they are abundant in vitamins which promote strengthened immune function and bone health.Print