10 Reviews

I made half this recipe, using a combination of royal trumpet and white mushrooms. I served this over steak and mashed potatoes, and I think I would use balsamic vinegar rather than lemon juice for this type of use next time. I think the lemon would be very good with veggies, poultry, fish.... I also used some of the juices/oil from the pan grilled steaks instead of butter, which worked really well. Used parsley and fresh thyme, as that's what I had available. Mother made something similar, but with no herbs or cream - this is a very nice variant.

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duonyte February 09, 2009

Very nice combination. I left out the tarragon but other than that made as written. I served this over Dill Onion Buttermilk Bread instead of the sourdough bread. Went very well with grilled NY strip steaks. Thanks. Made for Adopt a Tag Fall 2009 :)

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~Nimz~ September 06, 2009

I was very pleased to try this lovely mushroom dish. The garlic and mushroom flavours worked really well together. The only problem was that I personally found the lemon flavour too strong- I used the juice of 1/2 a large lemon. I simmered the sauce for longer and added extra cream and it was fine. No-one else has found this so I'm guessing it's just personal taste! Thanks for a lovely recipe that I'll be trying again!

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Shuzbud July 21, 2009

mmmMMMMmmmm! This is outstanding! Made as directed except I stuffed the mushrooms into phyllo pastry cups, smacked their lids on and ~WOOF!~ ... they disappeared! (I found fragments of them between my teeth, so I have a strong suspicion where they went.) ;) I love mushrooms... and I love these in particular, so thank you for posting!

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Sandi (From CA) November 03, 2008

Served this with a b-b-q'd t/bone and it was absolutely delicious, thoroughly enjoyed, thank you bluemoon downunder, made for ZAAR STAR TAG GAME.

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I'mPat August 26, 2008

I have been looking for this recipe for along time.So happy I found it;I used to often make this with a salad.We loved it and now that I found it, we will be able to enjoy it.I did not put tarragon; personal choice and used Skim Milk Carnation. Thanks so much for posting.I made this for Everyday is a Holiday Tag game. Rita

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Sage August 15, 2008

Very good! I omitted the tarragon, and increaed the fresh parsley to about 3 tablespoons and increased the oregano also, and served it on Texas toast, my DH really enjoyed it for lunch, thanks bluemoon!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz March 15, 2006

This made a delicious lunch. Very comforting.

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) October 05, 2005

This was fantastic!! I loved every bite!! I made this for myself..while DH ate cow LOL Quick and delicious! What a combo! I used porabellas and cremeni's thank you!!

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katie in the UP October 01, 2005

Very good! The lemon gave this a nice freshness. A great no meat recipe. Not filling.

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Rita~ September 29, 2005
Creamed Mushrooms on Toast