Yum! We love mushrooms for the most part but we don't like oyster mushrooms (No fault of the recipe). But otherwise this mushroom recipe was to die for. Next time I will omit the oyster variety. Made for Veg 'N Swap tag 2010
This is the first time I've sauteed mushrooms and onions without adding either soy, worcestershire sauce, or butter. These turned out really delicious. I only had button and portobellos...but they were great. I made these to go with a meatloaf, and they were a great side for this. Thanks for posting! Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Tag game.
A wonderful recipe: loved the name - so joyous! - loved the photographs but loved the finished dish SO much more. I used a mixture of field mushrooms, swiss brown and oyster mushrooms, and basil, thyme and oregano, and a couple of teaspoons of lemon juice. And I'm looking forward to making this again with a mix of other mushrooms. We enjoyed our dancing mushrooms with a simple rice dish which ensured that those delicious juices were soaked up and enjoyed to the last drop! Thank you for sharing this scrumptious recipe, Annacia!
Very good mushroom;I used 1 teaspoon oil, cremini mushrooms, basil and parsley and lots of garlic.A very tasty combination. made this for WT4. I am sorry I neglected to take a pic of only the mushrooms but they are there beside my Steak Diane. Thanks for posting. Rita
I used only white button mushrooms. I used fresh basil, oregano, italian parsley, chive. Thanks Annacia. It was very good. Made for the Babes of ZWT4
Very nice with all the herbs! I used parsley, basil, rosemary and lemon thyme. Great way to eat mushrooms! Thank you! Made for ZWT4-Fancy Feinschmeckers!
These were very tasty, I used oregano & common thyme, the shallots and garlic gave this a lovely flavour. To bulk it out I added kale at the end of cooking until it wilted down, my DH thought they were yummy. Like Zurie I think these would be lovely with a bit of lemon added to pep it up. Thanks for posting, made for ZWT4.
Delicious! I used cremini and white button mushrooms and for my herbs lemon thyme, oregano and flat leaf parsley. A great way to add flavor to a simple side dish. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT4
Earthy Goodness! Used a large handful of dried morels, porcini, portabellas, shiitake, and oyster that I rehydrate along with fresh bottom mushroom. I did add the soaking liquid and let it reduce for a more intense flavor. Used yellow onion in place of the shallot. Used a mix of all the herbs (sage,tarragon, rosemary, basil, oregano, and parsley) fresh out of the garden. Thanks!
MADE FOR ZWT4. I had two punnets of mushrooms which I really needed to use up, and I found this recipe while browsing the Canadian Cookbook for ZWT4. It was great, and I only wish I had a variety of mushrooms to use, but alas, where I live, it's not that easy! I used two different types. It was a lovely side dish with the meat we had tonight. I'd suggest a squeeze of lemon and a good sprinkling of nutmeg might enhance it. It's more or less the simple way I normally cook mushrooms, and please cut your larger mushrooms into chunky pieces, not tiny -- and do not overcook! The liquid they shed is great, and can be reduced by fast cooking on high heat if you like. Thanks, Annacia!!