From burgers to bibimbap, these ground beef and mushroom recipes make the most satisfying comfort foods!
Forget about the diet and dig in.
Ground beef and mushrooms are such a delectable food duo.
I can’t think of a better pairing that creates scrumptious dishes than this.
What’s more, this combo is also incredibly easy to work with. They’re both super versatile and quick to cook!
They truly are your best ally when you need simple, yet restaurant-quality dishes.
If you’re looking for some inspiration, here, let me help!
Without further ado, here are ground beef and mushroom recipes your whole family will love.
Beef stroganoff typically uses thin slices of beef. This recipe proves that nothing is impossible with ground beef.
In some ways, I prefer this version of stroganoff over the original.
I just love how the cream sauce and the beef turn into a sort of homogenous mixture.
The mushrooms add such a lovely texture and flavor as well.
Serve this beef stroganoff over rice, pasta, or egg noodles, and dinner is served.
This ridiculously easy, 30-minute skillet is simple, but it sure hits the spot.
This recipe is for you if you’re too busy to make something elaborate for a weekday dinner, but also badly want to impress.
Seasoned perfectly with salt, oregano, and garlic, this ground beef and mushroom medley is a certified hit!
Spinach leaves are also thrown into the mix to add nutritional value and a bright pop of color.
Serve this up with steamed white rice for an incredible meal.
I’m such a sucker for Salisbury steak. Thanks to this dish, I get to eat a hamburger and rice together in one meal!
It’s ideal for people like me who can’t live without rice. Burger patties aren’t just meant to be paired with buns. They’re awesome with rice, too.
The patties are great, but it’s the mushroom gravy that pushes them to the next level.
This rich, creamy, and earthy sauce is the best thing that’s ever happened to white rice.
This dish features hollowed-out portobello mushrooms stuffed with ground beef.
From the chewiness of the portobello to the richness of the ground beef, this dish gets a 12 out of 10!
To top it all off, the whole thing gets smothered with ooey-gooey melted cheese. It’s the perfect cherry on top.
Pro-tip: if you’re feeling extra hungry, mix some rice in the ground beef mixture. It’ll help make the dish a lot more satisfying.
Any fans of K-drama out there? If yes, now’s the perfect time to try this bibimbap!
In case you’re not familiar, bibimbap is a colorful bowl of rice.
It’s topped with meats, vegetables, kimchi, and sweet and spicy gochujang (red bean paste).
There are many iterations of the dish, but for this recipe, you use ground beef sauteed in a sweet and savory gravy as the main protein.
Add carrot ribbons and mushrooms on top, season with hot sauce, and voila.
It’s carbonara but made 10 times extra special. While I love a good bowl plate of traditional carbonara, I have to say this one is much better.
It’s like a cross between a meaty bolognese and a creamy carbonara!
You can look forward to a lovely mix of al dente pasta, ground beef, cremini mushrooms, and a creamy and robust red wine sauce.
These enchiladas are stuffed with ground beef and mushrooms, topped with fiery enchilada sauce, and finished off with melted cheese.
It’s the epitome of Tex-Mex comfort food! I can’t decide what I love more: the rich filling, the tender tortillas, or the cheesy topping.
Good thing we don’t have to choose. With this easy recipe, you get all three delectable components in one glorious forkful.
While it looks complicated, this recipe only takes 50 minutes to make, and your participation requires only 10.
Rice lovers, rejoice! This dish of mushroom beef and rice is scrumptious, satisfying, and embarrassingly easy to make.
It might just be your newest go-to recipe for when you don’t have enough time or energy to make lunch or dinner.
A lovely combo of ground beef, mushroom, and gravy, this is one foolproof dish that will never disappoint.
Serve with rice and enjoy.
This hamburger steak is extra special not just because it swims in thick mushroom gravy. It’s also topped with ooey-gooey cheese.
It’s like a mushroom cheeseburger, sans the bun.
The great thing about it is you can eat it with rice, pasta, egg noodles, bread, or even on its own. The possibilities are endless!
The best part? The whole things come together in just 40 minutes, burger patties, mushroom gravy, and all.
Yep, you can whip this up even with your eyes closed.
Traditional shepherd’s pie calls for ground lamb, but there’s no rule that says you can’t use ground beef.
While the taste isn’t exactly the same, this version will still blow your tastebuds away.
The flavors all pair together perfectly for one incredibly scrumptious meal.
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