I had these at a steak house for the first time and loved them. They are good with a variety of things or just by themselves.
- Ready In:
- Cook the mushrooms in the butter, in a covered saucepan on low heat until done.
- You can use the butter for omelets or other cooking like vegetables.
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Cooked mushrooms are a simple and great recipe. I actually recommend using a combination of mushrooms, especially portobello mushrooms. If you find that the butter burns when you make this recipe, then cook the mushrooms with a bit of olive oil until they're almost finished THEN add some butter (this was actually something I learned from one of Gordon Ramsay's shows, and it works much better!). Your mushrooms will taste buttery without all the cleanup!
We usually make mushrooms this way when we grill sausages in the summer (we have to have a pan of mushrooms separate from the peppers and onions, though, because not everyone likes the peppers and onions). Today I decided to make these mushrooms to fill an omelet. We love mushrooms in any form, but the butter just makes them over-the-top good! Thanks for posting!