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Sauteed Mushrooms with Garlic and Butter
Have you ever tried to saute mushrooms and then got a bowl of drained mushrooms sitting in a pool of its own juices? That's because you didn't use the right technique. When done right, you should have a bowl of wonderful juicy mushrooms that hold their moisture in them rather than in the bowl. Today, I'm going to show you how to make the best garlic-butter sautéed mushrooms.
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This garlic and butter sauté recipe is a quick and flavorful way to serve mushrooms. These sautéed mushrooms make a great side dish with any main course or topping for a steak. Learn how to make this simple sauté with this step-by-step and video recipe
– Most of the ingredients are pantry staples so you probably already have them in your pantry.
Saute the garlic in oil.
– In a large skillet over medium-high heat, add the olive oil and garlic cloves. Saute for 30 seconds to infuse the oil.
Cook 2 minutes
Then add the mushrooms so they are in a single layer. Turn the heat to high and let the mushrooms sit for 2 minutes to get a nice color.
Add the rest of the ing
– Next, sprinkle some kosher salt and black pepper. Add the thyme stalks and
and the butter
Now stir fry the mushroom on medium-high heat until all the butter has melted and the mushrooms are cooked.
Sprinkle the parsley
– Finally, drizzle the lemon juice and remove it from heat. Transfer to a serving bowl.