Garlic mushrooms are a fan favorite because of their simplicity and favorable pairing ability with other dishes. They can usually be found at most steakhouses and bistros around the world, so it’s come as no surprise that people are wanting to bring this delectable dish into their homes to enjoy as often as they’d like. And we’re here to make that happen for you!
We’re sharing some of our favorite garlic mushrooms recipes that you’ll not only love but your partner and families that surround you won’t hate you for it either. Read on for garlic mushrooms recipe ideas, then continue below to learn more just why garlic makes you smell ever so delightful.
Cafe Delites shares their buttery garlic mushrooms that we can’t get enough of. The recipe is low-carb and keto-friendly, so you can incorporate this mushroom recipe into your regular cooking routine without wrecking your diet.
For cooking instructions for this buttery garlic mushrooms recipe, see video below or click here.
Simply Cooking Channel provides another simple recipe that doesn’t require much preparation or ingredients. It also puts a little twist on garlic mushrooms with adding in cream cheese and milk––this is for you, keto and dairy fans!
For cooking instructions for this creamy garlic mushrooms recipe, see video below.
Last but not least, Rajshri Food shares their chili garlic mushroom recipe that is packed with some heat and is suitable for all you vegetarians out there.
For cooking instructions for this chili garlic mushrooms recipe, see video below.
If you’re one that doesn’t shy away from garlic, you’re already well aware just how obnoxious the aftermath of eating garlic can be. And if you haven’t had this experience yet, then try these recipes and/or just go to The Stinking Rose in Los Angeles, California––you’ll know exactly what we’re talking about after eating there (we totally recommend it by the way)!
Now, you may be experiencing the intense odor of garlic that we speak of above after eating any of these garlic mushrooms recipes. Although the garlicy smell can be very overwhelming for some, eating garlic has proven health benefits. That has to do with specific compounds that garlic has––specifically allicin, cysteine sulfoxide and allyl methyl sulfide.
Once the garlic bulb is exposed to air, several compounds turn into a sulfur-like substance. This happens when alliin turns into allicin, which gives garlic its smell.
This is a sulfuric substance that is experienced through your breath almost immediately after garlic consumption.
This kind of compound is released from garlic when it's been cut. Then when you eat it, it gets absorbed into your bloodstream, then released throughout your lungs and pores in your skin.
Like you, we want to enjoy garlic and all of its flavorful taste, as well as their medicinal benefits, but we can leave the garlic smell on the cutting board. Here are ways you can get rid of garlic smell at home and still be able to enjoy eating them:
No need to shy away from garlic mushrooms any longer! Their health benefits and taste make it well worth the garlicky breath aftermath. And now that you know how you can get rid of garlic smell at home, have at it with our favorite garlic mushrooms recipes above for you and your family to enjoy!
If you’re one to avoid garlic altogether but want to incorporate more mushrooms into your diet, see our Lion’s Mane Mushroom Recipes That’ll Make You Fall In Love. You’ll find 3 different lion’s mane recipes and learn more about their amazing health benefits.
We want to know how you liked these recipes, so feel free to let us know in the comment section below.
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