Honey Roasted Balsamic Mushrooms

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 30 mins

Easy quick and extremely simple. These are done just in aluminum pouches so clean-up is 5 seconds. Some tangy balsamic, sweet honey, salt, pepper and fresh herbs makes this amazing. As someone mentioned to me, I didn't give a time for marinating these. I like to go 1-2 hours, not much more, but I have friends who have made them and marinating much longer with success. I would suggest just tossing in the vinegar to start with with no marinating time. If you are a fan like me of balsamic, try marinating a bit longer next time until you reach the time that is right for you. Note: A good aged balsamic can make a big difference in the flavor so if you are using a cheaper every day balsamic, you may want to cut down on the amount of vinegar you use. Thanks for bringing it to my attention and enjoy all.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Marinade -- Toss all the ingredients in a large baggie and toss well to coat the mushrooms. As mentioned above. I like to marinade 1-2 hours. But to start I would just toss and roast. The next time you make them, try marinating a big longer until you find the time that works best for you. Balsamic can be an acquired taste. So start off slow. Also try different vinegars. I have 1 bottle of aged balsamic I use just for this type of dish or a nice salad dressing and it really makes a difference. I don't buy it often but if you use balsamic as often as I do, it is worth it.
  2. Roasting -- Take a large sheet of aluminum and place the mushrooms in the center and fold up like a package. Just seal well.
  3. Bake -- 425 for about 20-30 minutes on the middle rack. Or you can make this on the grill outside. Just be careful if you move them around. On a outside grill I do move them around a bit so they don't burn. Just use a spatula vs tongs so you don't puncture the pouch is all.
Most Helpful

This recipe was a hit! Due to dietary restrictions I had to cut out the olive oil and the salt but that in no way detracted from the delicious flavor of the mushrooms--I didn't even bother to marinate. This was a great accompaniment to chicken breasts and certainly will be made again. Thanks for posting, SarasotaCook! :)

Noor.Khalid June 21, 2012

I cut the recipe in half since there's 2 of us. I think I added a little too much balsamic vinegar for us. Very tangy. But I love having a different, easy way to fix mushrooms. Thanks for posting.

nemokitty October 04, 2009

Oh my goodness!!! What a wonderful surprise this is! Naturally, I made adjustments based upon what I had on hand. Crimini mushrooms were huge, but only 5 in number. Did a flip-flop with rosemary which was fresh, and thyme which was dry. The crispness of the balsamic vinegar just gets the salivary glands going. I will make it again. Maybe next time I will even share it. No one else even got a chance to see it much less taste it. Living solo is what it is!

Wannadanc September 27, 2009