Recipe by Bev Huelsman
"Mushrooms simmered with Burgundy wine, onions, and beef broth make for a tasty side dish with almost no preparation at all."
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1 (10.5 ounce) can
2 (8 ounce) cans
whole mushrooms, drained, liquid reserved from one can
Really awesome! My boyfriend and I work in a restaurant that serves these mushrooms with their steaks. We were trying to imitate the recipe with our steaks and we hit it right on the nose! Thank you!
I'm sorry, this was a disaster! The only thing I did different was triple the recipe for a crowd, but I didn't think that would matter. It was way too much liquid that wouldn't cook down.
Finally I drained all the liquid out of the pan and kind of started over with the (canned) mushrooms. I sauted in half stick butter and added in more burgundy wine. The onion was still in the pan with the mushrooms and they did add a nice flavor. They turned out very good after my re-do. Sorry.. I dont know what went wrong here. Thanks though.
I made these and becuase of late arrivals they sat on the stove for much longer than called for----DELICIOUS. I used fresh mushrooms and just a red wine, next time I think I will add a touch or red wine vinegar for a little zap.
Really good! I actually marinated the mushrooms in more wine than the recipe called for overnight and added several splashes of Worchestershire sauce for richer flavor.
These mushrooms are quite tasty, but next time, I might skip the beef broth and just reduce the wine, onion, and FRESH mushrooms. It might make for a more concentrated mushroom dish, similar to THAT restaurant's dish the other reviewers were hinting out.
This is easy, and it tastes GREAT, I actually used fresh mushrooms and it was fine. I also used a little corn starch to thicken the liquid before serving, I thought I was eating burgundy mushrooms from a gourmet restaurant!
My father makes these all the time. I love them sooo much. I don't care for mushrooms, but these were the best!!!
He makes them with his steak, but instead of can mushrooms he uses the fresh ones in the produce section! YUMMM
This was really good! It went great with steak.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 5
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