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Easy Oyster Mushroom Recipe - How To Make Mushroom Toast

PHOTO: JOEL GOLBERT; FOOD STYLING : LENA ABRAHAM

Don’t get stuck in your lunch routine. You don’t have to stick with the same old lunch routine if you have this delicious white bean and savory mushroom mixture. Inspired by the flavors in a classic Beef Wellington, the oyster mushrooms are cooked duxelles-style, and paired with tangy dijon mustard. The white beans provide some toughness, while the melty Swiss adds irresistible creaminess. Quick-pickled red onion brings out all of the rich, earthy flavors. 

Pro tips:

  1. If meal prep is your goal, let your mixture cool after step 2, pack up the mixture in a resealable container, and refrigerate. Step 3 should be completed when it is lunchtime.
  2. Depending on your size of your bread, you may be able to stretch the mushroom mixture to cover up to 6 slices of toast.
  3. The earthy, slightly peppery flavor of oyster mushrooms is particularly delicious in this recipe, but feel free to swap in your favorite mushroom—whatever you have will work just fine!

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Yields:

4


Serves

Prep time:

0

Stunden

15

Mins

Total Time

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Stunden

35

Mins

1


Medium red onion: One half chopped; one half finely chopped

2
tbsp.

Vinegar, including apple cider, red or white wine

8
oz.

Oyster mushrooms finely chopped

2
tsp.

Fresh thyme leaves and more garnish

Freshly ground black pepper

1


(15-oz.) (15-oz.) Cannellini beans, rinsed & drained

4


Thick slices of bread such as sourdough

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  1. Put the onions in a small bowl. Toss the onion slices in a small bowl with vinegar and salt.
  2. Melt the butter in a large saucepan over medium heat. Mix the butter and add the chopped onions and mushrooms. Season with salt. Cook for about eight minutes stirring often, or until the mushrooms lose most of its moisture. Turn off the heat, and add the beans.
  3. Preheat oven broiler at high. Broil bread on a baking sheet until it is lightly golden, approximately 1 to 2 minutes each side. You can do this in the toaster oven.
  4. Spread the bean mixture evenly between each toast. Spread the bean mixture evenly on each toast. Top with Swiss cheese. Broil for about one to four minutes, depending upon the power of the broiler.
  5. Top it with more fresh thyme leaves and pickled onions slices.

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