Mushrooms are one of my favorite foods. Whether you like making some mushroom on toast for breakfast or making a hearty mushroom soup, people are always looking for new easy vegan mushroom recipes.
So, whether you like Portobello, oyster, or any other type of mushroom, you’re sure to find a few easy vegan mushroom recipes on this list. Who knows, maybe you’ll even make one for dinner tonight!
1. Vegan Mushroom on Toast By Holy Cow Vegan
Mushroom on toast is a classic savory breakfast item anyone can enjoy. Holy Cow Vegan’s easy mushroom on toast recipe has a ton of mushroom and garlic flavor, and topping it with fresh parsley makes the dish look restaurant-worthy.
If you’re looking for a quick and tasty breakfast (or even snack), you can’t go wrong with a classic mushroom on toast. And the best part is it only takes 15 minutes to make.
2. Vegan Mushroom Soup By The Simple Veganista
Sometimes the best food on a snowy or rainy day is a big bowl of hearty soup. The Simple Veganista’s creamy mushroom soup is the perfect dish to help you warm up on those cold days.
The dish uses coconut milk, but you can use any variety of vegan milk you have on hand. It’s also a versatile dish. You can choose among your favorite fair-colored mushrooms to use.
3. Vegan Portobello Mushroom Curry By Happy Veggie Kitchen
Curry is one of the best dishes any vegan can master. Happy veggie Kitchen produced one of the best recipes for Portobello curry.
The recipe uses tomatoes to give the curry a deep orange shade. They also use Portobello mushrooms because of their robust earthy taste. If you prefer, you can use cremini mushrooms for a different, but still great flavor.
4. Vegan Mushroom Pasta with Spinach By Bianca Zapatka
Mushroom pasta is another recipe that you can’t go wrong making. By adding mushroom and spinach to a creamy pasta dish, you’ll have a healthy and delicious new pasta you’ll be dying to make again.
Bianca Zapatka’s pasta recipe allows you to use any mushroom of your liking. You can modify it with more veggies like pumpkin or zucchini to fit your mood.
5. Vegan Shiitake Congee By Healthy Nibbles
Congee is a classic rice porridge. In many Asian countries, people make the dish using animal bones and seafood. Luckily, Lisa Lim from Healthy Nibbles made a completely vegan recipe so we can all enjoy congee!
Healthy Nibbles’ congee recipe mainly consists of rice and shiitake mushrooms. It has a robust flavor that pairs well with its thick consistency.
6. Vegan Mushroom Larb By Vegan Punks
Larb is the Laotian national dish, but that variation uses meat. Vegan Punks came out with a recipe for this amazing meal that replaces meat products with mushrooms.
They use chestnut and shiitake mushrooms to give the meal a wide range of flavors. The coriander and mint garnish adds an extra layer of flavor that you can’t miss out on!
7. Vegan Mushroom Burger By Elephantastic Vegan
Whenever we see a recipe that says it’s the best, we always proceed with caution. But this vegan burger recipe from Elephantastic Vegan really blows us away.
These easy homemade mushroom patties are moist, filling, and delicious. Pair it with your favorite vegan bun, and you’re in store for a mouth-watering mushroom burger.
8. Vegan Mushroom and Bean Soup By Brand New Vegan
Mushrooms and beans are a match made in heaven, especially if you use them in a soup! Brand New Vegan’s soup is the perfect mix of hearty ingredients and simple, but bold flavors.
The soup uses mushrooms sautéed in a marinade, which gives the Portobellos a great flavor. Sautéing also helps lock in all those flavors that might be lost if you just cooked them in the soup.
9. Vegan Polenta with Mushroom Ragu By Herbivore’s Kitchen
Polenta is one of the most versatile vegan bases. You can add almost any vegetable to polenta and you’d have a solid meal.
Mushroom is among the best ingredients to add to polenta to enrich its flavor and nutrients. Herbivore’s Kitchen’s addition of a ragu sauce gives the polenta an incredible savory flavor.
10. Shiitake Teriyaki By Simply Healthy Vegan
Teriyaki is such a great ingredient. You can make super simple dishes and a splash of teriyaki will have it taste like you spent hours slaving away over the oven.
Simply healthy Vegan’s simple recipe only uses four ingredients and takes 20 minutes to cook. The pan-fried shiitake mushrooms have an amazing umami taste you have to experience. It’s best as a side dish for a more filling meal, though.
11. Vegan Mushroom Farro Risotto By Veggie Society
Everyone has their favorite risotto recipe. It might be sacrilegious to any Italians out there, but by replacing rice with farro, you can create a totally new flavor profile.
Veggie Society’s mushroom farro risotto is the best example of how changing a single ingredient can give a dish a whole new life. With hints of leek and cranberries, you’ll love having this new risotto recipe in your back pocket!
12. Vegan Mushroom Strata By Sweet Simple Vegan
Strata is the perfect dish for any of you brunch-lovers out there! It’s commonly made with cheese and eggs, but Sweet Simple Vegan created a version that’s meat-product free.
The recipe describes how to make the best vegan egg replacement. The thinly sliced mushrooms are a great addition because, without them, the dish wouldn’t have very much bulk to it.
13. Asparagus and Mushroom Pasta By Fat-Free Vegan Kitchen
If you’re looking for a relatively quick meal after getting home from a tiring day, look no further! Fat-Free Vegan Kitchen made one of the best simple pasta recipes we’ve tried.
The recipe is pretty simple—the main ingredients are asparagus, mushrooms, garlic, and pasta. The fragrant herbs and spices pair well with the mushrooms and asparagus, especially with the addition of chickpeas.
14. Swedish Vegan Creamed Chanterelles Toast By Best of Vegan
Chanterelle mushrooms are one of nature’s greatest gifts. Their slightly fruity or nutty taste makes them one of the best ingredients for mushroom toast.
Best of Vegan released a creamy version of a normal mushroom toast recipe. The addition of a vegan cream like soy or cashew makes the dish so moist and delectable.
15. Vegan Mushroom-Barley Pilaf By The Vegan Atlas
The Vegan Atlas rarely misses with their recipes and their mushroom-barley pilaf is right on point. It’s a great dish because you can easily have it as a main or side dish.
Pilafs are generally rice dishes, but this version substitutes the rice for barley. If you prefer rice, you can use it in this dish. You can use any type of mushroom in the meal as well.
16. Creamy Vegan Mushroom Lasagna By Vegan Richa
We all get cravings sometimes and one of our guilty pleasures is lasagna. Luckily, there are various lasagna recipes on the web, but those that use mushrooms are always the best.
Vegan Richa prides itself on making vegan Italian dishes. Instead of cheese, the recipe calls for a wonderful, creamy mushroom sauce. The sauce works great in other pasta dishes, too
17. Creamy Vegan Mushroom Stroganoff By Rainbow Plant Life
Pasta dishes are some of our favorites because there are so many ways to customize them and make them your own. Rainbow Plant Life’s mushroom stroganoff is another winner in our books.
Stroganoff generally uses beef, but this vegan recipe substitutes the beef for even more mushrooms. The result is a delicious creamy mushroom dish with hints of leek and garlic.
18. Vegan Mushroom Stuffing By Veggie Inspired
Stuffing is a crowd favorite on Thanksgiving or Christmas. Once you discover this amazing mushroom stuffing, you’ll be bringing it around to every family gathering!
Veggie Inspired created this recipe because they wanted traditional stuffing without any meat products. You’ll love how moist and rich the stuffing is, even up to three days after cooking.
19. Vegan Mushroom Soba Ramen By A Veg Taste From A to Z
Soba ramen is a Japanese staple that’s been on the rise in North America for well over a decade now. Most ramen dishes include an egg, but A Veg Taste From A to Z decided to make a fully vegan ramen replacement.
One of the great additions to this soup is the tofu puffs. These fried tofu pieces give the soup an interesting texture, especially when you have a bite of tofu and mushroom.
20. Vegan Mushroom Pot Pies By Rhubarbarians
Pot pies are one of the world’s best meals on a cold winter’s day. The puff of steam when you first cut into the pastry is the best sight imaginable on a cozy day.
Rhubarbians went through the painstaking process of creating a vegan pot pie recipe that uses mushrooms as its main filling. The result is a tender pastry with a delectable and moist filling.
Tom Kha soup is a Thai dish commonly served with chicken, but this recipe by Zardy Plants is completely vegan.
To replace those flavors, they included copious amounts of shiitake mushrooms. These bold mushrooms add the flavor profile that every good Tom Kha has—umami.
22. Wild Mushroom Green Bean Casserole By Rabbit & Wolves
Sometimes the best thing after a tough day is reheating something easy for dinner. If that sounds like you, mushroom and green bean casseroles are just for you.
Rabbit & Wolves came up with this idea because they didn’t have the best vegan casserole at Thanksgiving. The result is a rich, creamy casserole you can make ahead of time and eat at your leisure.
23. Tofu and Mushroom Stir Fry By Ahead of Thyme
Who doesn’t like good stir fry? Ahead of Thyme’s stir vegan fry recipe uses two of the best meat replacements imaginable—tofu and mushrooms!
The recipe is a simple stir fry that only takes 15 minutes to prepare. If you’re looking for easy vegan mushroom recipes, look no further!
24. Vegan Mushroom Pierogi By So Vegan
Pierogies are one of the best foods to prepare ahead of time and freeze for up to three months. That makes them the perfect meal when you don’t feel like cooking!
These pierogis use mushroom and sauerkraut for their filling. The mix of acidic and umami flavor is sure to make anyone a fan.
25. Vegan Mushroom, Lemon, and Lentil Salad By Delicious Everyday
One of the best lunch salads we’ve come across is this mushroom, lemon, and lentil salad from Delicious Everyday.
Their mix of flavors makes it a perfect summer dish. The light acid taste from the lemon gives a subtle but delicious flavor to the mushrooms and lentils.
26. Vegan Mushroom and Kidney Bean Koftas By Easy Cheesy Vegetarian
Koftas are a traditional meatball dish from the Middle East and Central Asia. In this recipe from Easy Cheesy Vegetarian, they substitute meat for mushrooms.
Mushrooms are the perfect substitute because they retain a similar texture while still absorbing flavor from the herb pesto.
27. Vegan Caramelized Mushroom Pizza By The Curious Chickpea
Pizza—how doesn’t like it? Finding a pizza that uses a great sauce substitute is hard, but you won’t be complaining with this mushroom pizza.
Utilizing caramelized mushrooms and vegan white sauce, this recipe exudes a unique mushroom flavor you have to experience.
28. Vegan Spinach and Mushroom Crepes By Domestic Gothess
Whether you enjoy crepes as a morning meal or an afternoon meal, you have to try this recipe from Domestic Gothess.
Her almond cheese pairs perfectly with the nutty flavor of chestnut mushrooms. If savory crepes aren’t your thing, you can always use the vegan batter recipe for other meals.
29. Vegan Mexican Mushroom Pozole By VegNews
Pozole is a dish that centers around the use of hominy, a type of dried maize. Most recipes include meat, but VegNews produced a fully vegan version.
Instead of chicken, the dish uses shredded oyster mushrooms. Alongside the hominy, herbs, and spices, the dish is a perfectly balanced soup with bursts of acidic and umami flavors.
30. Vegan Mushroom Dumplings By Gastroplant
Dumplings are one of the best Chinese meals ever, and vegan variations are becoming more common.
Filled with mushrooms, bamboo shoots, garlic, and ginger, you’re sure to have a blast making and eating these dumplings. And you can freeze them for up to three months, so making large quantities is an option.
31. Wild Rice Pilaf with Mushrooms and Pecans By Connoisseurus Rex
Side dishes are essential for a perfect meal, so why not incorporate mushrooms? If you enjoy a savory mix of rice, mushroom, and pecans, you’ll love this pilaf.
The herbs and spices in the recipe pair perfectly with the nutty and slightly sweet pecans. All of your guests will ask for the recipe after trying it!
32. Mushroom Barley Risotto By Vegan Bell
As you can probably tell, rice is a common ingredient on this list. So we found an amazing risotto recipe that substitutes rice for barley.
Barley is a hearty grain, making the risotto a filling meal or a pleasant side. The button mushrooms give the risotto an undeniably earthy and deep flavor.
33. Achari Mushroom Kebabs By Sanjana Feasts
Middle Eastern food is stunning, but it can be hard to find a full vegan meal aside from hummus. That’s why we found an awesome mushroom kebab recipe.
Using either king oyster or Portobello mushrooms is your best bet because of their size and texture. Topped with a vegan mint mayo, your mouth will water before it’s even on the plate.
34. Vegan Chipotle Portobello Tacos By Feasting at Home
Chipotle and Portobello mushrooms are a combination made in heaven. The smoky richness from the chipotle brings out the earthy flavor of a Portobello.
And once you put that into a taco, you’ll have your go-to Mexican recipe. With a vegan cilantro cream sauce and pickled onions, these tacos reach the next level.
35. Crispy Enoki Mushrooms with Spicy Vegan Mayo By Plantd
Enoki mushrooms are a special variety that originated in South Korea. They have a unique flavor profile. They are mild tasting and sometimes have a slightly fruity taste.
That flavor pairs perfectly with this side dish. Once you try these breaded and fried mushrooms, you’ll never look back. The oil transfers its savory flavor in addition to the natural sweetness from the mushroom, making for a lovely side.
Easy Vegan Mushroom Recipes, Final Thoughts
So, which of these easy vegan mushroom recipes are you going to try first? Our favorite was the vegan mushroom and bean soup. It’s the perfect hearty meal for a cold winter day.