Lobster Mushroom Pastry Puff Flatbread

Lobster Mushroom Pastry Puff Flatbread 


Straight Fire!!! 🔥 Vegan or not, I feel everyone could appreciate these Lobster Mushroom Pastry Puffs. They have mad flavor, and they are grab-and-go. Crispy pastry puff with a creamy cajun alfredo sauce goes perfectly with the taste of Lobster Mushrooms! 


I have been trying for about a year to get my hands on these beautiful mushrooms because I wanted to see why they called them lobster mushrooms. I get it! 


Do Lobster mushrooms taste good? Yes! Do Lobster mushrooms have a sea-like smell to them? Yes. Is the texture similar. Yes, in my opinion. That is just my opinion. How do Lobster mushrooms taste to you? 


How to clean lobster mushrooms? I just took a brush with a bit of water to clean them. Be careful. I scrapped some of the mushrooms by brushing too hard. 


I will share the recipe for this on the Turnip Vegan Website, turnipvegan.com, and my Discord. 


PS. Dont tell Lion's Mane I am out here Wildin with other mushrooms. Lol. jk 


Lobster Mushroom

1 medium-sized lobster mushroom

2 Tbsp of vegan butter

Salt & Pepper to Taste


Cajun Alfredo Sauce Recipe

1 Cup of soaked raw cashews 

2 tsp minced garlic

3/4 cup vegetable broth  

1 tbsp lemon juice  

2 1/2 tbsp nutritional yeast 

1/4 cup of diced onions 

1/4 cup red bell pepper

1/2tbsp Cajun season


Other Ingredients 

Vegan pastry puff

1/2 of red bell pepper chopped

Handful of arugula  



Step 1. Clean and cut lobster mushrooms. Cut them thin so they can lay perfectly on the flatbread. 


Step 2. Blend all the cajun alfredo ingredients until you have a creamy sauce. (Soak cashews for 30 min - 1 hour)


Step 3. Cut pastry puff into rectangles.


Step 4. Add cajun alfredo sauce, mushroom, and chopped red bell peppers to the pastry puff. 


Step 5. Bake for 12- 15 minutes at 400 degrees


Step 6. Add fresh arugula and serve. 




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