Simple Grilled Mushrooms Recipe – Alternative Grilled Food

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Simple Grilled Mushrooms Recipe – Although they are not technically plants, mushrooms are classified as vegetables. Like other vegetables in the food world, mushrooms provide several important nutrients that include B Vitamins: B2 (Riboflavin), B3 (Niacin), B5, B1 (Thiamin), and B9 (Folate). Just like tomatoes, carrots, zucchini, green beans, pumpkins, and other whole foods, mushrooms are high in antioxidants. When buying mushrooms, choose ones that are unbruised, dry, and firm. Avoid mushrooms that appear withered or slimy.

Grilled Mushrooms Recipe

grilled mushrooms

Grilled food has always been associated with grilled beef, chicken, and fish. But, how about grilled mushrooms? Mushrooms, despite their odd shape, are actually tasty when grilled.

Fry is also a good choice to cook mushrooms. Today we are going to share this grilled mushrooms recipe with you.

Let’s take a look at the following ingredients and instructions.


  • Mushrooms 200 g.
  • Onion 1 pcs.
  • Capsicum 1 pcs
  • Tomato 1 pcs


  • Thick curd 2 tbsp.
  • Garlic paste 1/2 tbsp.
  • Coriander powder 1/2 tsp.
  • Grounded pepper 1/2 tsp.
  • Chili powder 1 Tsp.
  • Salt.


  1. Put all the marinade ingredients into a bowl, mix it well.
  2. Add mushrooms, onion, capsicum, and tomato into the marinade, mix it again.
  3. Put the mixed mushrooms into a pan, try not to stack it up.
  4. Grill mushrooms with heat 180 Celsius for 12-15 minutes.
  5. Grilled Mushrooms is ready to serve.

Recipe Notes

You can add cooking oil when mixing the marinade for better taste. Chili powder is optional, in case you don’t want your grilled mushrooms spicy. Beside tomato and capsicum, you can use another vegetable that is suitable for a grill, like pineapples or bell pepper. Using seasoning like chicken stock powder for the marinade also optional if you want more variations.

Most edible mushrooms are good for a grill, depend on its size. Big ones such as shiitake and portobello are easy to turn over. Smaller one like enoki will need some kind of string so it will stick together.

Source / Recipe by This sumptuous life via Youtube

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Jenny Flatoue

I am a mom of 2 kids, and I have spent my childhood days with my three sisters and parents. Although my parents have helped to be educated, they have enabled me to become savvy in the cooking process. Read More