Setas - Wild Mushroom and Garlic Tapas

Total Time
Prep 0 mins
Cook 20 mins

"This seasonal mushroom dish, made here using wild setas, can actually be adapted to make a great tapa all year round." From Posted for ZWT 5. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you want to try adding even more flavour to this dish, you can fry some bacon or ham (serrano or parma) in the oil with the garlic (remember that the garlic will need less time than either of these ingredients.) If you can’t find wild mushrooms that you thing will be suitable, standard or button mushrooms will do just fine

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Start by washing the mushrooms thoroughly, then place them in a sieve and let them dry for a while - if you need to cook them immediately, dry them a bit with a tea-towel. With the type of mushrooms I used, you can simply tear them into strips but if you use button mushrooms you need to slice them with a knife.
  2. Put all the oil in a frying pan and wait till it starts to smoke. Add the garlic, which has been previously peeled and sliced roughly, and stir with a wooden spoon. When the garlic starts to brown add the mushrooms and stir them every now and again for 5 minutes. At this point add the wine and turn the heat down to medium. After another 5 to 10 minutes add the parsley and serve immediately.
Most Helpful

Made these using portobello and shiitake mushrooms. Like other reviewers, I used 1/2 cup of wine. I'm not sure if these are supposed to have a sauce or if the wine should be there just for taste (and the recipe should read e.g. 1/2 dl of white wine?), but whatever the case, these were very tasty - and I don't even particularly care for mushrooms! :-) Thanks for sharing!

stormylee June 13, 2010

Delicious mushroom tapas! I used shiitake mushrooms and they were perfect for this recipe. Before the recipe was edited the amount of white wine read 12 1/2 ml, which converts to 1/2 cup, so I used 1/2 cup of white wine. Great flavor and texture. Thanx for sharing!

*Parsley* May 20, 2009

These were great mushrooms. I often make mushrooms in a wine sauce, but have previously always used red wine. This was an excellent and very enjoyable alternative. Thanks for sharing! Made for ZWT5.

Az B May 19, 2009