Easy and Hearty Comfort Food Family Dinners
Beef and Bean Chili
Soy-Glazed Chicken Thighs
Slice scallions; cook noodles; make dressing and store separately.
So...you need to wash mushrooms, right? Or wrong? If they’re packaged pre-sliced button mushrooms or pre-mixed exotics, no—but everything else needs a quick cleaning. Here’s the proper approach for each type.
Exotic mushrooms (oyster, shiitake and enoki):
Wipe the tops with a damp paper towel.
White button and brown cremini (aka baby bella) mushrooms:
Trim stems and rinse in a colander under cool water. Pat dry.
Large stuffing mushrooms and portobellos:
Wipe the top of each cap with a damp paper towel or soft brush. Remove stems if you plan on grilling or stuffing. If not, just cut off any parts with visible soil.