Prep, Storage And Simple Recipes You’ll Love
Store mushrooms in the fridge for up to 7 days in a breathable container like a paper bag or pint container covered with a dry paper towel. When they start to look slimy or smell fishy it's time to toss them. For cleaning simply brush off any dirt or rinse with water and dry very well with paper towels especially around the gills. Or rinse and dry the day prior to cooking. Wet mushrooms will not crisp up as easy. All recipe can easily be made vegan
Pan Seared Oyster Mushroom AKA Bacon
Hands down a family favorite for the meat eaters and vegans in our home. Any of the oyster varieties we grow can be seared like this, including the Kings once sliced. But the pink oysters are the ones that will have you screaming BACON!!
Coat pan with oil on medium high heat. Place mushrooms petals flat in the hot oil. Allow to cook on both sides until the ends start to crisp. Sprinkle both sides generously with salt and enjoy all the ways you would with bacon.
Fried Oyster Mushrooms
This is will become a party favorite and is the base for many other yummy ideas. Toss them in buffalo wing sauce for your next tailgate party. Or slather them in teriyaki sauce and sesame seeds for an Asian inspired dinner that's better than take out. Make em Nasheville hot! Perfect for a meatless Mondays main course or side.
Dredge in mushrooms in milk of choice
Coat in flour you have seasoned
Repeat for extra crispy coating
Drop in hot oil and fry until browned on all sides.
Season or sauce as desired.