This vegan Garlic Roasted Mushrooms recipe is seasoned simply with salt, pepper, olive oil, and fresh rosemary for an easy keto side dish that pairs well with just about anything!
As far as mushrooms go, it’s usually a love or hate situation. I have yet to meet anyone who has said “Mushrooms? Eh, they’re ok!”
It’s always more of a passionate response one way or the other, lol!
I fall deep into the mushroom-lovers camp.
I love them in a steak sub, on top of a great burger, or as the filling for pierogis. And they’re delicious with eggs (on the side like this) or baked with eggs and cheese or stuffed inside an omelet.
But have you ever tried mushrooms on their own? They’re delicious enough to be their own side dish!
The Best Garlic Roasted Mushrooms Recipe
In this Garlic Roasted Mushrooms recipe, garlic, rosemary, and olive oil accentuate the flavor of mushrooms.
Salt and pepper are the only spices you need in this easy side dish!
Heads-up, this dish is good for a lot of special diets! It’s naturally gluten free, low carb and keto, paleo, and vegan.
- Whole button mushrooms
- Extra-virgin olive oil
- Fresh rosemary
- Black pepper
Toss together all ingredients in a casserole dish.
Roast until the mushrooms are tender and starting to brown, about 20 to 25 minutes at 400F, tossing once halfway through.
You can make this recipe up to 3 days ahead and keep it in the fridge. To reheat, place the mushrooms in an oven-safe dish and cover with foil. Reheat at 350F until warm.
Roasted Mushrooms FAQs
What Do Mushrooms Taste Like?
Mushrooms have a savory, umami, almost meaty flavor.
How Long Do Fresh Mushrooms Last in the Fridge?
Fresh, whole mushrooms will last about 4 to 7 days in the fridge.
The best way to store mushrooms is in a paper bag in the fridge. (Leave them whole and don’t wash them first.)
How Do You Clean Mushrooms Before Cooking?
Mushrooms are porous, similar to a sponge. To avoid waterlogging them, it’s best to avoid soaking mushrooms.
You can rinse mushrooms under cool running water in a colander right before using. Alternatively, you can brush off any dirt with a damp cloth or a mushroom brush.
What is the Easiest Way to Cook Mushrooms?
This Garlic Roasted Mushrooms recipe is very easy to make!
Instead of having to stir frequently like when you cook mushrooms on the stovetop, this recipe only requires stirring the mushrooms once halfway through.
What to Serve Along With Mushrooms
Garlic Roasted Mushrooms Recipe
- Preheat the oven to 400F.
- Toss together all ingredients in a glass 9 by 13-inch casserole dish.
- Roast until the mushrooms are tender and starting to brown, about 20 to 25 minutes, tossing once halfway through.
- Serve warm.
- Net Carbs: 3g per serving
- Make Ahead: You can make this recipe up to 3 days ahead and keep it in the fridge. To reheat, place the mushrooms in an oven-safe dish and cover with foil. Reheat at 350F until warm.