This was tasty, but I would recommend starting to cook the onions before adding the mushrooms as they take much longer to carmelize. The worchestershire adds a nice flavor. I will make this again. I had very few leftover, but I'd bet they would taste great on a grilled cheese sandwich. Maybe lunch tomorrow.
Delicious topping for burgers, too! I only used 1/2 tsp. each of worcestershire, kosher salt and black pepper, and two cloves of garlic, minced, instead of the garlic salt.
This was a very good recipe. I've made it before and really liked it, but this time I added about 1T Balsamic Vinegar when I added the worcestershire sauce. That addition put it right over the top! Thanks so much for posting, Hey Jude!
This is a pretty good base recipe made from things you already have on hand. I made it exactly as directed the first time and they were good. DH made some simple suggestions the second time that put these over the top! I just added 2 cloves of minced garlic, a teaspoon of Kosher salt and a teaspoon of black pepper. I cooked the onions for about 7 minutes before I added the mushrooms and that helped them caramelize more. They were perfect!
tasted great to me, had some bacon grease I added, but it is definitely a solid steak topper.
We love these! I used minced garlic instead of the garlic salt and added a couple turns of black pepper. I bought too many mushrooms at the market so tripled this recipe using shiitake, crimini and buttons. We ate what we wanted and then I froze the leftovers. They are even better when thawed! We're having them over a beautiful flat iron steak tomorrow night. thanks.
Eh, not the best I've ever had, but was pretty tasty for on hand ingredients. I served with loaded baked potatoes. I will make again if I have a lack of ingredients for a better dish. Thanks.
This was very good. I added a drop or two of liquid smoke, which made it even BETTER! Thanks for the recipe!
Awesome! Cook more onions and mushrooms than you think you'll want since they are so good and cook down a bit. I agree with another starting onions first for a good 7 minutes if you want them soft without overcooking mushrooms. Also, I didn't get much 'sauce' per say regarding the thickening, but did let them sit with lid on for a while as my chicken was still cooking (yes, excellent with chicken too).