Milky mushrooms are favoured for their nutrient-rich properties, long shelf life, and versatility in culinary applications.
Milky mushrooms are an excellent source of vitamins B2, E, and A, phosphorus, potassium, and selenium, and also contain calcium, vitamin C, iron, and zinc.
Ways to Cook:
Milky mushrooms are best suited for cooked applications such as sautéing, steaming, grilling, and boiling. The thick, meaty texture of the mushroom is suitable for curries, soups, and they can be used in place of portobello mushrooms for grilled vegetable sandwiches and burgers. They can also be used in egg dishes such as omelets, on top of a pizza, or mixed into pasta. Milky mushrooms pair well with meats.