Easy Sauteed Steakhouse Mushrooms is a quick and simple side dish that you can whip up on a busy weeknight or impress guests with when entertaining. Just a few minutes in the skillet with basic ingredients is all it takes.
Easy Sauteed Mushrooms
Don’t you just love those hearty mushrooms bursting with deep rich flavor that you get at a steakhouse?
Well now you can make steakhouse mushrooms in your very own kitchen. In just minutes. Say what?
Honestly, this mushroom side dish recipe comes together on the stove top in a flash.
And can you believe you will have steakhouse mushrooms right on your own kitchen table? No need to venture out to a restaurant, of course, unless you want to!
Savory notes of onion and garlic combine with the meatiness of the mushrooms. Wine deglazes the skillet and butter melts in creating a divine flavor combination.
Pair this vegetable with a beefy steak or roasted chicken, add potatoes and a salad and everyone’s tastebuds will be doing a happy dance.
This mushroom recipe needs to be on your holiday menus!
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How to saute mushrooms
- Heat oil in a skillet.
- Cook mushrooms and onions until the mushrooms have released their liquid and the vegetables are tender.
- Deglaze with wine.
- Finish off with garlic and butter and cook until garlic is fragrant and butter has melted.
How do you clean mushrooms?
Just wipe mushrooms with a damp paper towel. Mushrooms contain a good amount of water so you don’t want to have them absorb any water if you were to wash them.
Are mushrooms good for you?
Yes, mushrooms are good for you because they have nutritional value by providing:
- B vitamins
Can I eat raw mushrooms?
Yes, mushrooms can be eaten raw although certain cooking methods may increase the nutritional benefits of mushrooms.
Are mushrooms a vegetable?
Mushrooms technically are not a vegetable because mushrooms don’t have seeds, leaves or roots and don’t need light to grow. Vegetables have and need these things.
But the U.S. Department of Agriculture does consider mushrooms to be a vegetable because they provide nutrition that is similar to other vegetables.
Swirls of Flavor Recipe Tips
- Add a sprinkle of fresh thyme with the parsley
- Make this recipe with an assortment of your favorite mushrooms
- You can easily double this recipe to serve more people
- Make this recipe with your favorite mushroom
- You can use red wine in place of the white wine
- Substitute beef broth for the wine
Ingredients for steakhouse mushrooms
- olive oil
- baby bella mushrooms
- kosher salt
- white wine
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Easy Sauteed Mushrooms
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- 1 Tbs. olive oil
- 1 pkg. (10 ounces) baby bella mushrooms , quartered
- ½ cup chopped onion
- ½ tsp. kosher salt
- ¼ tsp. pepper
- ¼ cup white wine
- 2 Tbs. butter
- 1 clove garlic , minced
- 2 Tbs. chopped parsley
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- Heat oil in large skillet over medium-high heat.
- Cook mushrooms, onions, salt and pepper until vegetables are tender and mushrooms have released their liquid, about 8 minutes.
- Add wine and cook 1 minute, stirring any brown bits.
- Stir in butter and garlic and cook until butter is melted and garlic is fragrant, 2 minutes.
- Sprinkle with parsley.
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