White Wine-Garlic Sauteed Mushrooms

"Wonderful. We serve these with grilled steak and baked potatoes."
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  • Saute green onion in butter until tender.
  • Stir in remaining ingredients; cook, uncovered, over low heat 30 minutes or until mushrooms are tender.

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  1. Wileysmom
    I made these for dinner guests to go with #32883 Greek pork loin. The wife of one of my guests is notoriously picky. I asked someone who knew them well what I could fix that she would eat (she won't eat anything smoked, peppered, with peppers, hot, spicy, not garden fresh, etc.) He said, "Don't even try. She hates everything." So I made these mushrooms. I asked everyone what they would rate this recipe on a scale of 1 to 5. Everyone else said 5. She said four (praise enough). But then I caught her eating what little was left out of the serving bowl with a spoon while I was cleaning up. That was enough to give it 5 stars.
  2. jerri822
    These mushrooms tasted divine. The pairing with green onions is a wonderful flavor sensation. The sauce was extra yummy and the butter, white wine and worchestershire go nicely together. Thanks so much. Served with steaks and baked potatoes. A feast fit for a king.
  3. Laurita
    Nurse Di, this is a fabulous side! The worcestershire sauce makes all the difference, it' really wonderful. I used sliced baby portabello mushrooms, but I don't know if that makes much difference...they were on sale! Thank you for a very flavorful addition to my filet! Also, an excellent potato topper.
  4. PixieDust
    OUTSTANDING!!! Served this as a side dish with yooper's crockpot roast. The wine/butter/worcestershire sauce is incredible. Also like the flavor the green onion adds. We were licking our plates. Nurse Di, you have done it again. Thanks :)
  5. Theresa P
    The mushrooms were WONDERFUL!!!Will be making these AGAIN!!!! Great , flavorful little morsels went well with my roasted chicken...YUMMY!!!


  1. JPerez
    These are very good! I used about a TBSP of minced garlic in place of the garlic powder. We had these with grilled pork chops, but they'd also be great with steaks!
  2. Elle Anderson
    Very good - used madeira instead of white wine but was quite delicious!
  3. Marianne5
    I loved these mushrooms! I used a dry Sherry instead of white wine, a small amount of dried shallots, fresh minced garlic and a shake of dried parsley for color. WIll definately make these again! Thanks for sharing!
  4. NannyMarvel
    These were wonderful. I used sherry instead of the wine just because I love the taste of sherry and mushrooms together. Served it over Secret Sirloin Steak - recipe 111212 - Fabulous!
  5. H2O1901
    I did a mixture of sliced baby portobello mushrooms and white button mushrooms, and tweaked this great recipe by using a splash of dry vermouth instead of the white wine, and a bit more Worchestershire sauce, as I like bold flavors. Fantastic! I used the leftovers to fill an omelet the next day. Next time I might use more green onions. Thanks, Nurse Di!



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