A trumpet mushrooms, onions and quinoa lunch recipe.
I tend to have trumpet mushrooms in the fridge sometimes so I made up this recipe. I love buying the freshest lab grown mushrooms from Smallhold. Find the recipe below!
First we slice the mushrooms really thin and sauté them. This will take a total of about 20 minutes, also adding salt and pepper. Before we start cooking these we should cook the quinoa on the side and that will also take about 20 minutes.
We will let these cook for a while because we want them to get soft and brown.
Next add the onions, we’ll cook these until they get soft and we want the mushrooms to also get as browned as possible just shy of being scorched. Again you might be cooking these for about 20 minutes.
We’ll serve this over quinoa and garnish with scallions and black sesame seeds.
It tastes as good as it looks!
Thinly Sliced Trumpet Mushrooms and Red Onions over cooked Quinoa
- 1 Knife
- 1 Large pot
- 1 Small Sauce Pan
- 1 Cutting Board
- 10 oz Trumpet Mushrooms sliced from top to bottom as thinly as possible
- 1/4 Red Onion sliced in a cross section style as thinly as possible
- 2 tbsp Olive Oil
- 1/2 cup of Tri-colored Quinoa
- Salt, Pepper, Red Pepper Flakes to taste
- Scallions and Black Sesame Seeds for garnish optional
- Slice each trumpet mushroom (the long way) as thinly as possible. They will cook down a lot and we want each sliver to absorb as much oil and heat as possible. Also slice your onion (cross section wise) as thinly as possible.
- Cook half a cup of quinoa according to package instructions, make sure to add salt to the boiling water (approximately 20 minutes)
- While quinoa is cooking warm 1 tbsp of oil in a large pan over medium heat. Place the mushroom in the pan and add the remaining 1 tbsp of oil on top. Stir frequently until the mushrooms start turning a lighter brown color but are not seared yet (approximately 8 minutes.) Add salt and pepper and stir again.
- Add the onions to the mushroom pan and cook while stirring frequently until the onions are soft and the mushrooms are seared and browned. You don’t want to scorch the mushrooms but I like to eat them as cooked, crispy and browned as possible (approximately 12 more minutes.) When you are satisfied with the level your veggies have been cooked you can add more salt, pepper and red pepper flakes to taste.
- Serve the mushrooms and onions over quinoa and garnish with scallions and black sesame seeds.