Roasted Mushrooms

"Mushroom lovers, you'll love this recipe! Quick, easy and tasty!"
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  • Place mushrooms in a single layer in a large oven-safe pan.
  • Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with kosher salt and pepper.
  • Roast in a preheated 450°F oven until mushrooms are tender and fragrant, about 15-20 minutes.
  • Serve immediately.

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  1. karen in tbay
    Great with the steak/shrimp New Years Eve dinner. The shittake and chanterelle mushrooms were a first for me. Could only get the chanterelles in dried form and had to rehydrate. Unfortunately I was a little heavy handed with the kosher salt and some mouthfulls were too salty but overall a great dish.
  2. Katanashrp
    5 stars for the ease of execution, but as suggested earlier I might add some garlic for an extra flavor kick next time. Thank you.
  3. IngridH
    I only loosely followed the recipe, but I'm giving it 5 stars anyway. I was cooking for one tonight, so I only used 3 ounces of chanterelle mushrooms, drizzles heavily with olive oil, kosher salt and fresh ground pepper. Based on another review, I also added a couple sprigs of thyme and a few cloves of garlic. Instead of just roasting on a tray, I wrapped these in foil. They turned out wonderfully! Tender, yet with some bite left, these had lots of flavor and were very pretty on the plate. Thanks for a new way to enjoy one of my favorite foods- mushrooms!
  4. Vinya
    I loved the simplicity of this recipe. I made it as written except for extra button and portabella mushrooms in place of shittake. Though I thought I was a "mushroom lover" I thought the dish was a little boring. Next time I think I'll throw in some peeled shallots or garlic cloves, maybe a sprig or two of thyme as well, just to ramp up the flavor. It also took me a little over 30 minutes to cook them thoroughly, stirring about every 10 minutes. Overall, easy recipe, I'm glad I tried it and I'll make it again in the future with a few modifications.
  5. Pikake21
    This was very simple and quick to make. It really fills the kitchen with a nice shroomy fragrance! I too was a little heavy with salt, but I seem to always have that problem :) Thanks, Hey Jude!



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