Recipe by Perri Pender
"Excellent as a side dish or use on steaks or chicken as a sauce. Flavored with butter and dry ranch mix, these are just too easy for as good as they are. Any mushroom will work but Portabellas are outstanding"
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1 (1 ounce) package
dry ranch salad dressing mix
I used a homemade dry ranch dressing mix and sliced baby bella mushrooms. I added a splash of dry white wine as they were sauteing, not much just a splash. These are to die for. Even the kids loved them.
did with 1/4 land o lakes butter, 3 tsp of
ranch dressing mix and half of the mushrooms and was 116 calories per serving
I like the idea of this recipe. As a low fat alternative, I used 1 T butter, and 1/8 cup beef stock to 1/2 lb sliced mushrooms. I have a jar of Penzey's buttermilk ranch dressing milk and I put a few shakes in while sauteeing. Great Idea Thanks.
I used only half the butter and half the ranch mix, and they were still the best mushrooms ever!
I modified a little and the final product was AMAZING. I used sliced small white button mushrooms over very low heat and butter (2 heavy Tbsp) like the recipe called for. Then I added regular ranch dressing, 2 Tbsp and stirred for about 20 mins. I added in just a dash of soy sauce for extra bite and stirred another 10 mins or so or longer. My boyfriend LOVED them.
I thought these turned out really good! I halved the recipe b/c I only had 1/2 pound of mushrooms. I melted the butter and added the mushrooms to begin to cook, then I sprinkled the ranch mix over and sauteed until tender. I think the time may be a little off in the recipe though, b/c it did not take 30 min. to cook maybe more like 15. Could be b/c I halved the recipe.Anyways, they went great w/ our grilled steaks and I would make these again.
These are very tasty! They go great as a side to almost anything. Do NOT get too heavy-handed with the ranch dressing powder though, as it is very pungent..
Amazing! Best mushrooms my guests and I have ever had! I used olive oil, instead of butter, to be a little more health conscious, and added about 1/2 cup of white wine just to make more of a sauce to put over the steaks. We were all fighting over who would get seconds! I can't stop thinking about them!!! Yum!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 140
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