September is National Mushroom month!
Pennsylvania is the top mushroom producing state, producing 63 percent of mushrooms grown in the U.S.
The majority of Pennsylvania mushrooms are grown in Chester County. Chester County alone produces about half of the mushrooms grown in the U.S. Many farms are located near Kennett Square, nicknamed the “Mushroom Capitol of the World.”
Balsamic Mushroom and Goat Cheese Pizza
30 minutes Serves 2
Try out this Greatest Of All Time (GOAT) creamy pizza pie!
Portobello Mushroom Burgers
35 minutes | serves 4
Marry these four ingredients to melt the heart of your taste buds.
Mushroom Wellington with Rosemary and Pecans
65 minutes | serves 8-10
What is a Wellington? In cooking terms it is usually known as the beef Wellington. The meat is covered in a variety of herbs and mushrooms. Then it’s wrapped in a pastry crust to be sliced in multiple servings or smaller single size portions.
29 minutes | serves 2 or one hungry person
Hold onto your bib because the secret ingredient is out. It’s soy sauce! Use mozzarella for a classic taste. Provolone, goat cheese, or white cheddar are also good options.
Pizza Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms
22 minutes | serves 4
If the first pizza recipe didn’t fulfill your pizza needs here’s another. It’s a low-carb option, so you won’t feel bad nibbling on a second helping.
Balsamic Garlic Grilled Mushroom Skewers
40 minutes | serves 4
Here’s a recipe for any grill lover. To mix it up a bit skewer your mouthwatering mushrooms. You can “stick” this one into your cook book of favorite appetizers!
30 minutes | serves 4-5
Beast your eyes on one of my favorite mushroom dishes! Boneless rib eye, sirloin steak tips, or beef tenderloin that’s marbled with fat are all good stroganoff options. Tip: if you have leftovers be careful not to overcook your beef!