Pilze in Sahnesosse - Mushrooms in Cream Sauce

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  • Clean mushrooms and slice in half if large.
  • Pat dry.
  • Fry bacon in a large pan until lightly browned.
  • Remove from pan and reserve.
  • Add the butter to the pan drippings.
  • Add onions; saute until lightly browned.
  • Add mushrooms; cook until tender, stirring often.
  • Stir in wine, salt, pepper, paprika, nutmeg, and mace.
  • Cover frypan and cook over low heat 15 minutes.
  • Off the heat, add the cooked bacon, cream and lemon juice.
  • Reheat until just warm.
  • Do NOT let the mixture boil!
  • Garnish with parsley and serve with noodles or dumplings.

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  1. Wenstar
    This is a lovely recipe. It makes a nice change from butter and garlic. It's very easy to make, and the dish is not very heavy despite having cream in it. The lemon gives it a lovely lift. We did have leftovers and the flavors mellowed and blended well. The lemon was not as pronounced as on the first day but a little squeeze from a wedge brings it right back, although it tasted fine without it. Thank you Heather for a great side dish.
  2. Thymestudio
    Very nice! I fell over this recipe yesterday and I had all the listed fixings except the lemon.....I really enjoyed it and will happily add this to my cookbook!


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