Creamy, rich, and filling, this Lion's Mane Mushroom Recipe has incredible flavor and tastes like a succulent seafood  dish, minus the seafood.

What Is A Lion's Mane Mushroom?

Lion's Mane Mushrooms (Hericium Erinaceus) grow in North America and Canada. They are not only edible, but highly nutrious, and foraged for their medicinal properties.

What Does A Lion's Mane Mushroom Look Like?

Sometimes Lion's Mane Mushrooms  look like a head of cauliflower.

Other times they look like coral.

Lion's Mane Mushrooms taste like crab and have the same texture, so they are the perfect vegetarian crab substitute in recipes.

Sauce Ingredients

Olive oil Cherry tomatoes Serrano pepper Seafood broth  Sea salt Garlic powder Onion powder Cayenne pepper Whipping cream

Other Ingredients

Butter Lion's mane mushrooms penne pasta Asiago cheese Parsley

Pour olive oil into a saucepan. Add sliced tomatoes and cover the pot with the lid. Cook on low heat for  5 minutes.

Meanwhile, cook pasta according to package directions.

Add a Serrano pepper to the tomatoes and sauté for a minute.

Pour the broth over the tomatoes and season with salt, garlic powder, onion powder, and cayenne pepper.

Simmer the sauce over low heat for another 5 minutes.

Stir cream into the sauce.

Tear Lion's Mane Mushroom into small pieces.

Melt butter in a separate skillet and sauté for a few minutes. Stir the sauteed mushrooms into the sauce.

Drain the pasta and add it to the sauce.

Mix to combine.

Garnish with shaved Asiago cheese and chopped parsley.

You may also like my Shaggy Mane Waffles recipe!