Recipe by LINDAAL
"This is a great side dish for mushroom lovers. I like to make this for holiday dinners instead of the usual vegetable fare."
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peanut or vegetable oil
dry white wine
salt and pepper to taste
I hate mushrooms but made this for hubby as a treat with his steak. I used red wine and a beef bouillion cube and omitted the cornstarch as I had to leave this on the stove a bit longer due to the steaks finishing cooking than the recipe called for. Thanks for the post.
I can't believe that this recipe isn't used OVER something like a pasta. It's SO rich.
I made it exactly according to the recipe: but was using it as a sauce for linguine, and it was STILL too rich. I like the flavours, but I feel they need to be spread out a bit more than this recipe allows. I would say this recipe feeds 8, with pasta, at least. I would also use the veg oil instead of peanut oil: peanut oil adds too much extra flavouring...
Nice recipe, however, I used marsala wine with this. I was just getting ready to add the cornstarch when I opted not to. It looked wonderful the way it was and my family loved it. Thanks!
As written, just average. Very good, however, after tinkering with the recipe. I used olive oil and a little butter rather than peanut or vegetable oil. NO water - I wanted sauteed mushrooms, not boiled; and no cornstarch. Loved the flavor of the basil with this.
Very good! I added just a splash of heavy cream and paired it with fettucine.
So I didn't have an onion and used a green onion, didn't have cornstarch and used flour, don't use chicken anything so I eliminated bouillon...needless to say it was awesome. I used it on top of horseradish mashed potatoes.
We loved this recipe. I also omitted the flour, the thickness after simmering was just perfect.
This was a great side dish with our London broil tonight. Sliced up a red onion instead of using diced. Used red wine instead of white since I was serving red meat and didn't want to open another bottle. Also, didn't add the cornstarch because it wasn't necessary.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Mushrooms in White Wine Sauce
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 115
** Calories from Fat: 84
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