Mushrooms can be bland if underdone. Soft, squishy and boring instead of the nice roasted variety that you want as a side dish. Roasting at a lower temperature seems to work out quite well, like 375 degrees instead of a higher temp. The mushrooms can be prepped as you want and the great thing about roasting is it steams as it cooks, releasing the majority of their moisture making them less squishy and easier to enjoy on the plate.
- Raw mushrooms are not very tasty, especially compared to cooked ones.
- Contrary to popular belief, you can wash mushrooms before cooking them.
- Cook mushrooms at a moderate temperature for best browning and flavor.
“A properly roasted mushroom, on the other hand, is meaty, intense, and deeply flavored. That’s what we’re after.”
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