Cup mushrooms have white caps with soft gills underneath. They’re good for grilling, sauteing, stuffing and barbecuing.
Are they good for me?
Mushrooms are high in many of the B-group vitamins and contain biotin, folate and some dietary fibre.
Buying & storing
Look for firm, dry mushrooms. Store in the fridge, in paper or cloth bags to prevent sweating, for up to five days.
Simply wipe mushrooms with a damp paper towel or remove dirt with a pastry brush. Mushrooms absorb water, so don’t wash them.
- Add sliced mushrooms to Asian-style soups and cook until tender.
- Stir-fry mushrooms with garlic and butter. Spoon onto toast and drizzle over balsamic vinegar to serve.
Butter, garlic, stock, bacon, potatoes, goats cheese, steak, breadcrumbs.