Who says meat-eaters get to have all the fun? This recipe is a vegetarian twist on a classic comfort staple: beef stroganoff. Only a few slight changes are needed to turn this heavy, meat-centric meal into a vegetarian's delight. Even meat-eaters won't miss the beef, as the variety of mushrooms in the dish provide a unique mouthfeel that mimics steak. Plus, because there's no raw meat to worry about, this dish can be completed in half the time of a traditional beef stroganoff.
The beauty of this dish is that the possibilities are nearly endless. The recipe below calls for a combination of three types of mushrooms (white button, shiitake and baby portobello), but feel free to use your own favorites, mix-and-match or just use one type of mushroom. You can even incorporate additional vegetables. Nestled over a bed of soft egg noodles, this creamy mushroom stroganoff can't be beat!