How to Make Sautéed Mushrooms

I don’t know about you, but I LOVE fresh mushrooms! Throw them in a salad, stick them on the grill, pop them on a veggie burger; I don’t care how they come, I’ll devour every last one of them! One of my favorite ways to prepare them is to sauté them. Yum! Makes my mouth water just to think about! So, this is a super easy process, and it makes the perfect side dish to most meals.

Fresh Mushrooms

So, you will need to purchase a container of fresh mushrooms. If they’re not pre-sliced, slice them from top to bottom. Rinse them, throw them in a skillet with a tab of butter, and spoon in a bit of minced garlic (I buy the kind in the glass jar). Top if off with a few dashes of Worcestershire sauce, and stir periodically during cooking. Once they shrivel some, and soak in the juices from the skillet, they are ready to be served. It generally takes about 5-10 minutes (depending on your heat setting).

A lot of people serve them with Steak and a Baked Potato, but you could have these bad boys with a TON of different dishes.

So, there you have it…sautéed mushrooms. What is your favorite mushroom dish?


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