Baked Garlic Mushrooms

"I'm not really a fan of mushrooms but my husband loves them so I cook them for him. Cooked in this way I can even stomach a few myself. (LOL) This is a Donna Hay recipe from the Sunday Herald Sun"
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  • Preheat oven to 200.C.
  • Place all ingredients into a baking dish and bake for 15-20 mins or until mushrooms are tender & juicy.

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  1. made this is fresh garlic! Yum!!!
  2. These were super easy, and a wonderful complement to our steaks. I used 8 ounces of Button Mushrooms and 8 ounces of Baby Portabella Mushrooms. I used 400 degrees Fahrenheit. This was just enough for 2 people, and filled my Corning casserole dish. Made for Zaar Stars tag.
  3. Wow! These are yummy. You know it is going to be good when upon open the oven door the room is filled with the wonderful smells of sherry, garlic and pepper Mmm mmm. Was concerned 10 sprigs of thyme would be to much, but as it turn out 10 sprigs is perfect. Made as written using regular white mushrooms and baby portabellas. The recipe did not specify on the garlic so left the cloves whole, but next time will slice or mince. Baked at 400 F for 17 minutes. This is a keeper and will be made many times over. Thanks so much for the post.
  4. A MUST TRY RECIPE FOR MUSHROOM LOVERS! A three minute recipe as delicious as this one: I'm going to be making these often, Mandy! I quartered my garlic - so that added 30 seconds to the preparation time! Not a problem! And I used merlot rather than sherry because I'm not overly fond of sherry - even in cooking. But otherwise, it was all in the pan just as instructed. Smelt divine; tasted even better. Loved the blend of mushrooms and love mushrooms with garlic and thyme. Thanks for sharing this super easy, super fast, super delicious, true SUPER STAR recipe, Mandy!
  5. Awesome! I've made this a couple of times, both with fresh and dried thyme (which I soaked in the brandy for a while) and was fantastic both ways. I used 2-3 types of mushrooms both times and love the difference in textures when baked. I cut large field mushrooms in quarters and left Button and Swiss Brown ones whole. I served them on fat chunky slices of Sourdough (a dense bread is best) toasted. Delicious for lunch/brunch.Thanks Mandy!


Melbourne I live on a 5 acre property in the Dandenong Ranges Victoria, Australia, having moved from the burbs when I became pregnant with my now 15 year old daughter Alyssa. Once my daughter was born I became a stay at home mum as I couldn't bear the thought of putting her in daycare. She is the light of my life, I never imagined myself as a mum when younger but now wouldn't have it any other way. Alyssa was made a big sister on the 19th April 2010 when our cheeky little boy Blake was born. I love cooking and experimenting with new recipes so quickly become addicted to Zaar as it was previously known & still use it regularly. In addition to being my kids taxi :lol: I also spend my time, reading, gardening and of course shopping. I'm lucky enough that we have the space & so love growing our own fruits, vegies & herbs, this also means we have plenty of room for animals & at the moment have 2 dogs, Max, a Jackshund who's 6, Fletcher, a Kelpie who's 4, 6 cats Snowpea, Fergus, Ginger, Tango, Annie & Cookie, 4 chooks & 2 Ducks. As well as our pets, we also have a lot of native animals around our area, we have kangaroos, wombats, echidna's, possums as well as rosella's, galah's & Cockatoo's hence the name of where I live..
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