Red Wine Mushrooms the Easy Way!!

Total Time
Prep 3 mins
Cook 4 mins

This is so quick and easy and a fantastic way to use up any (unusual in my house!) left over wine. Delish on toast or as a side dish - feel free to use white wine instead or sherry.


  1. allow butter to melt into the olive oil in a frying pan.
  2. meanwhile slice the mushrooms to whatever thickness is your preference.
  3. add mushrooms to pan and toss well in the oil and butter mix.
  4. add garlic and season with salt and pepper.
  5. add wine and stir well, allow to cook for 4-5 mins until mushrooms have taken up all the wine and are glazed with the oil and butter mix.
  6. (also nice if you add a few halved cherry tomatoes with the garlic).
Most Helpful

Super delicious and simple. Wonderful recipe -- Thanks!!

VeneziaAmore March 24, 2011

I made these to go with a wonderful filet tonight. I made a half batch, but I used 3 tbsp of wine, because it just looked too dry with 2 tbsp. I tried them about 1/2 way done, and found they really lacked in flavor. I added Cavendar's Greek Seasoning and was very tempted to add some Worcestershire, as this is how I usually do my mushrooms. But I didn't and they did turn out very tastey, once I added the Greek seasoning. I love mushrooms, and these were a welcome addition to our dinner. Made for ZWT5.

breezermom May 27, 2009

These were good and I usually taste things a bunch of times while I'm cooking but for some reason didn't this time. So anyway, once they were done and removed from the pan I had a couple and realized they needed more flavor and salt. So I threw them back in the pan and tossed them with a bit of Worcestershire sauce and some extra salt... the result was much better. I served these on burgers last night and then today I mixed the leftovers in with rice and caramelized onions which was really yummy :) Made for ZWT5.

thepurpleturtle May 27, 2009