What can possibly go wrong with garlic and mushrooms - I am sorry that I didn't have button mushrooms but I can assure you the wonderful flavor was there with the sliced ones too. Served as a side dishfor Sunday brunch Lovely
Delicious! I used an 8 oz package of button mushrooms and some fresh shiitakes. I chose to slice them because they were so large, but it would have been so pretty if you can find tiny button mushrooms. I used some chicken soup base (Better Than Bouillon) for the stock and just added a touch of water to it so it could steam... We loved the simplicity in preparation and the garlic taste! Was a great side to our steaks and baked potatoes... Thanks for sharing!!!
Love the idea of using chicken stock instead of all butter to cut down on fat but like Jess, my sauce didn't thicken like the photos - I'll try it again another time and see what happens.
Tasty way to prepare mushrooms. My "sauce" really didn't thicken too much for me, but was still good. Served as a side dish for the two of us. Thanks for the recipe!
Outstanding! Eight ounces of mushrooms were not enough for two of us, as we were serving as a side rather than a starter. Wish I'd made double!
These mushrooms are out of this world! I had really good, rich chicken stock, so my "sauce" was soooooo wonderful! Great appetizer, side, or just as is. I will be making these often. Thanx for sharing!
We loved the mushrooms prepared this way. I had a mix of baby portabello and white button mushrooms from the Farmer's Market today. These went so nicely with the big, thick sirloin we grilled tonight. DH loved them! Thanks for posting. Nick's Mom
YUMM-O!!! This was delish!! Whipped this up one night and served it with some left over pasta, what a great impromto dinner!! Thanks for the great recipe!!
Very good for the time & effort. A yummy starter! I had to use a different mushroom, but it was still good. I also had to leave it simmering for about 20 minutes instead of 10, but that was no problem. Thanks!
These were really good, Very tasty AND healthier than normal, as they were cooked in butter and stock rather than all butter. delish!