7 Amazing Vegan Chanterelle Recipes

Chanterelles, which have a golden color and a funnel-like shape, are an adaptable type of forest mushroom that may be used either as the primary attraction of a dish or as an essential ingredient of the meal that ties all of the flavors together. 

7 Amazing Vegan Chanterelle Recipes

Whether you want to use them by themselves or use them in combo with other mushrooms, the chanterelle mushroom will always be the standout ingredient in your meal. 

If you’re a mushroom-loving vegan looking for some fun new recipes (see also: 20 Amazing Vegan Buckwheat Recipes)to try out, then you’ve come to the right place.

Here, we’ve rounded up this list of the top 7 amazing vegan chanterelle recipes (see also: 20 Amazing Vegan Recipes For Non Vegans)to try the next time you want to experiment in the kitchen. 

The rich chanterelle mushrooms can provide their unrivaled flavor to a variety of dishes, including porridge, lasagne, and even ice cream. Whether you’re looking for a succulent starter or a mesmerizing main, there will be a recipe for everyone on this list. 

Keep reading to find out your next favorite meal! 

What Are Chanterelle Mushrooms?

The Chanterelle mushroom has a delicate, one-of-a-kind flavor with a tinge of pepperiness, and its color is a bright, sunny yellow. Their scent is described as being fruity, and others say it reminds them of apricots.

You may either learn how to gather them yourself from the wild or get them from local farmers’ markets or certain shops when they are in season.

Depending on where you live, the Chanterelle season can last anywhere from July through December.

If you love mushrooms then you’ll love using chanterelles in your cooking because they impart a flavor that’s truly unique to any savory dish that they’re added to.

For a vegan diet to have any sort of flavor, especially umami, mushrooms are necessary. 

But chanterelles contribute more than simply flavor to a dish; they are also chock full of essential minerals and vitamins.

Did you know that chanterelles have one of the highest quantities of vitamin D that’s found in any food? In addition to this, they are an outstanding source of vitamin C and potassium.

1. Vegan Chanterelle Risotto

This vegan chanterelle risotto will make even the pickiest of eaters want a bite. It’s velvety, hearty, herbaceous, and easy to prepare, and it’s packed with a magnificent chanterelle flavor that shines across the whole meal. 

The chanterelle mushrooms are the standout ingredient in this risotto dish. When creating savory dishes, the combination of onions and herbs is guaranteed to provide delicious results. 

This delectable seasonal delight is made even better by the one-of-a-kind flavor of the vibrant fresh chanterelles.

Alternatively, you could dry the chanterelles while they are still fresh and then enjoy this vegan chanterelle risotto at any time of the year. 

How To Make Vegan Risotto Cheesy 

The biggest problem vegans face when making any sort of pasta is how to make it creamy and cheesy without using any of the typical ingredients to do this.  

In vegan risottos, nutritional yeast performs culinary miracles. Its main use is to impart a “cheesy” flavor, which is characteristic of risottos, but it also contributes to the dish’s overall creaminess. 

It also adds some additional nutrients to food. Just add it in at the very end of the cooking process and mix. Add more to make it even creamier. 

2. Chanterelle Stew With Potatoes & Lentils

This is a meal that’s both hearty and simple. This easy chanterelle stew is cozy and warm and features the scrumptious flavor of wild mushrooms as the star ingredient.

This hearty and earthy stew that’s full of the delightful flavor of chanterelles is converted into a complete meal by the addition of lentils and potatoes.

These two ingredients not only add even more flavor and body to the stew but also make it even healthier. Lentils are an excellent source of protein for vegans, while potatoes are packed with carbs to give you the energy to get through the day. 

3. Wild Chanterelle Mushroom Goulash

This goulash made with wild chanterelle mushrooms is a particular seasonal treat for your taste buds because it features a classic flavor combination that’s associated with the alpine region.

This is a hearty stew that is flavored with wild Chanterelle mushrooms, which give it a rich flavor and a golden color.

After a hard day of scavenging in the woods, you deserve a hearty bowl of this goulash from Austria (although if you don’t feel like foraging in the woods, store-bought mushrooms are fine!). 

4. Chanterelle Ravioli With Rosemary Oil And Sage

This chanterelle ravioli made by hand may seem a bit over the top, but it’s a delectable treat that will make your mouth water as soon as you smell it cooking. 

This pasta dish, which is loaded with fried wild mushrooms and is topped with oil flavored with sage and rosemary, will have a special place in your hearts forever and may become your new favorite cozy meal to eat in the winter months. 

This is your chance to try a dish that is so delicious that it is highly unlikely that you will be able to get it anyplace else!

Whether or whether you follow a vegan diet, our chanterelle ravioli will make any food lover’s heart flutter with delight.

This recipe calls for handmade pasta, which is a sentence that makes many people turn and run.

You’ve probably heard that making fresh pasta is a near-impossible task that only the most professional of chefs can accomplish. And stuffing it? Forget about it, it must be nearly impossible right? Wrong! 

This recipe uses the easiest pasta-making method out there, so even if this is your first time making and stuffing pasta, you should have no issue with making this meal!

The delicate fragrance of the chanterelles and the herbaceous flavor of the oil will combine and create a flavor explosion on your tongue, complete with fireworks.

The most difficult step is to refrain from eating all of the fried chanterelles before they’re used as a filling for the ravioli.

Heavenly food encased in adorable packages… This wild mushroom ravioli is so delicious that you’ll be going back for seconds or even thirds! 

5. Chanterelle Soup

This vegan creamy chanterelle soup recipe is not only one of the easiest soups you’ll ever make, but it also ranks among the most delicious.

Hearty, savory, and ever-so-slightly sweet, this soup is bursting with the flavor of wild mushrooms.

Coconut milk contributes a great deal of creaminess to the dish, while onion, garlic, various herbs, and vegetable stock contribute to the savory component.

If you’ve just come home from work after a busy day, you don’t want to be spending the next few hours cooking over a hot stove just to have dinner. And following a complicated recipe can make this even worse. 

That’s why you’ll love this super simple soup recipe!

This luscious mushroom soup takes very little time to prepare, uses simple ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen, and is the ideal treat for when the temperature drops.

6. Vegan Scramble With Potatoes And Chanterelles

If you’re looking for an amazing breakfast dish to try, then you must make this scrambled vegan ‘egg’ meal that consists of fried potatoes, wild mushrooms, and onions. This vegan morning scramble with chanterelles is based on a traditional meal from Austria. 

This straightforward dish is revered as a national treasure in Austria, where it’s recognized by the name Eierschwammerlgrostl.

That’s quite a mouthful, don’t you think? This dish is made up of fried potatoes and wild mushrooms that are very scrumptious. 

The name of the vivid yellow chanterelle mushroom comes from the German word “Eierschwammerl,” which translates to “egg mushroom.”

This meal is often prepared with scrambled eggs whenever it’s served in Austria. That obviously won’t do for this vegan recipe (see also: 20 Amazing Vegan Plum Recipes)though.

Instead, rather than the tofu that you may be expecting here, the “eggs” in this recipe are actually made from chickpea flour. 

The chickpea flour and a dash of kala namak both contribute protein to the dish, while the eggy flavor comes from the kala namak. The golden color and additional taste come from the use of a little bit of curry powder.

7. Mushroom Carnitas

If you want to bring some Mexican flavors into your kitchen but aren’t sure how to do it the vegan way, then this is the best recipe for you to start with.

This delicious meal tastes so much like the traditional chicken-based dish that you won’t believe that no real meat is used!

The carnitas is made on the stovetop with all of the traditional flavors of traditional Mexican carnitas, then swiftly caramelized under the broiler flames in the orange gravy for just a few minutes until crisp at the edges.

For a taco Tuesday or any Mexican-themed night, this is the perfect recipe to use!


There are plenty of vegan recipes out there that include chanterelle mushrooms as an ingredient. If you’re having a craving for mushrooms and you’re not sure what to make, try any of the above recipes for a delicious dinner that the whole family will love. 

7 Amazing Vegan Chanterelle Recipes



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Chanterelle mushrooms are a delicious and versatile ingredient. Learn how to use them in these 7 delicious vegan chanterelle recipes.

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