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Not thinking, I made these as a side dish for a main dish of chicken when they really should have been served with a good steak. But even so, I was thrilled with the outcome and even ate the extras for lunch the next day! I did add a couple splashes of soy sauce and some minced onion, and I substituted green onion for the parsley. Excellent!
This was quite good and I'll definitely be making it again. I used a dry sherry (never use cooking sherry -always the real thing. I was also surprised at how mild the flavour is in this considering the amount of garlic in it. I think next time I might add a splash of soy sauce? Maybe some fine chopped onion? This is definitely a wonderful base recipe that you can have fun playing around with. ***Edit June 26, 2007 - I took another visit to this recipe and changing my rating from a 4 to a 5. Added a splash or two of soy sauce (2 Tbsp)and some finely chopped onion - (1/4 cup) which didn't really change the flavour but did enhance it. Used Dry white wine this time too.
Delicious, and so easy to prepare! The mushrooms had a great flavor. Thanks for sharing! ZWT8
This is a great mushroom recipe, simple and delicious! The white wine is perfect with all that garlic. Thanks for sharing your recipe! Made for ZWT8, Chefs gone WILD!
This was SO good! It was easy to makeor was great. I'm definately making this again.
My husband and I both enjoyed these mushrooms! I used the white wine. and halved the recipe. Thank you!
These are wonderful. I used green onion instead of fresh parsley because I didn't have any parsley.
I made these for ZWT3. The juices were nice, I served this with [recipe=22394]marinated steak[/recipe] and [recipe=230332]colcannon[/recipe]. It's hard to explain, I think they were just lacking that little bit of oomph. I know that sounds terrible, but they were lovely & I will make them again. I have had these when I lived in Europe, I can't define in words what the difference was, maybe it was the sherry (I used a fino). I wonder if flaming the sherry makes the difference? I will try that next time. Thank you for the recipe, I will make these again, the steak will be lonely without them.