This simple yet elegant dish makes a delicious first course or, served in smaller portions, a superb amuse-gueule.
"Use small white mushrooms, not just the white ones at your local grocery store. I tried it with the large mushrooms because I figured it didn't matter, but it does. I would have liked them to have had a stronger garlic taste, but that depends on the cook I guess. Overall a nice quick way to get some veggies in your diet."
Melt butter in a lidded saute pan or skillet over low heat. Add garlic, salt and pepper and cook until fragrant, about 1 minutes. Add mushrooms and toss with garlic butter to coat.
Cover pan and cook for 10 to 12 minutes, stirring occasionally, and making sure garlic doesn't burn (if necessary, reduce heat to very low). Just before serving, toss mushrooms with parsley.
Makes 4 first-course servings.
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Valerie411 3m agoLove this side dish!
vivshu 10m agoYou can't go wrong with mushrooms and these are great. Fresh parsley makes a difference!
ApiHadda 1y agoGood recipe. I mixed it with boiled chicken and it was good.
Jackiechan042003 1y agoJust used this recipe again. I added 1/4 cup of white wine and cherry tomatoes cut in half, then after all cooked through I poured mixture over some angel hair pasta and sprinkled Parmesan cheese on top. Soooo good
Hyniece 1y agoI think this a great recipe if you don't want something real heavy
siarala 1y agoIt went really well with pasta and parmesan crusted chicken
nickaboo 1y ago
Jackiechan042003 1y agoNot bad, I personally don't care for mushrooms but I did like these! Only thing I would change is that it was a little too much garlic for my taste. Next time I will add a bit less
Csdukate 1y agoThese were awesome! When the mushrooms were about half way done cooking, I added a (drained) can of french-style green beans. Super yummy!!