Recipe by JUNEBUFF1
"Mushrooms are sauteed with your favorite herbs and white wine. Mmm!"
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1 1/2 pounds
dry white wine
salt and pepper to taste
chopped fresh chives
While I always make sauteed mushrooms when Hubs grills steaks, I've never seasoned them quite like this, nor have I cooked them with wine. These had such great flavor! Hubs and I both enjoyed them. So you don't boil or stew the mushrooms, make sure your heat is up high enough when you add the wine so that it reduces quickly. I added the chives just before serving to retain their color and flavor.
I liked it (and my guests did too) but I can't say it turned out fabulous. I adding a little butter at the end (per some of the reviews) but it just didn't do much to enhance the flavor. Will try again with some adjustments. Maybe more salt for the final step or fresh herbs instead of dried? Will try again.
Add a little butter near the end to finish the dish -- also, use a variety of mushrooms for a little extra boost...I don't salt the mushrooms until the very end, as it draws out too much moisture during the saute process..sprinkle with a little fresh chopped parsley and if you like, a little grated parmeseean cheese.
Mmmm. I just finished eating a plate full of "herbed mushrooms with white wine" and I am still a little dizzy from how delicious they were! They had all the incredible flavor you'd expect from some fancy restaurant and yet I made them in my own home for about two bucks and in about five minutes. Amazing. With garlic, white wine and olive oil you just can't go wrong. The 'shrooms were meaty and delicious.
note: I used half butter half olive oil
another note: learn from my mistake and don't add the garlic early! It will burn and get bitter. (Even with the toasty garlic though, this was SO yummy).
A wonderfully yummy and easy accompaniment to steak. Remember that the mushrooms lose a lot of volume during cooking so be sure to start with far more than you think you'll need.
Superb!! I'll make for my next dinner party!
I used Baby Bellas, and used butter instead of olive oil. I found an italian herb grinder (disposable, filled w/ herbs) in my grocery store for about $2.79 and used that, it was sooooo yummy, tasted more like fresh herbs than dried.
A total hit & keeper- easy & delicious!
Its very good! I dont like mushrooms all that much but this recipe makes them taste wonderful. I added a pinch of oregano, basil, and thyme. Then I placed the mushrooms over pasta with alfredo sauce. It works for a very quick, tasty meal.
I absolutely love mushrooms! These herbed mushrooms were so tasty and full of flavor-nothing overpowering. I bought a container of white button mushrooms, cleaned it with a damp paper towel and cut in half. Since I am new to " white wine" I bought a small 4 pack of chardonnay, not sure where to start. The only thing I did not have on hand and could not find nearby was fresh chives. Towards the end I added a pinch of salt and pepper. This did not take long to cook and I could smell the wonderful wine, garlic and mushrooms. I made these with,"Grilled Delmonico Steaks," from this site, and with brown rice. I ate everything up!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Herbed Mushrooms with White Wine
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 24
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