Mushroom Saute

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Mushroom Saute

Mushrooms are delicious. Though not my favorite vegetable they rank pretty high up there and as much as I love them grilled on vegetable kebabs during the non-summer months I have to find a different way to make use of them. And so it’s a good thing my mom came up with this awesome and painfully simple mushroom saute recipe. Toss a few different kinds of mushrooms together after sauteeing them, a squeeze of garlic, a dash of red pepper flakes and voila a side dish is complete. I actually could probably eat an entire plate of this but it’s too bad mushrooms completely shrivel up after cooking and 1 pound of mushrooms doesn’t look like much anymore. For a vegan and gluten free starter or side give these mushrooms a try. Feel free to spice these up with more herbs or flavored oils – but I like mine simple, and these are just right.

Mushroom Saute
 
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A simple mushroom saute that is healthy, vegan and gluten free
Recipe type: Appetizer or Side Dish
Cuisine: Asian
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 3.5 ounces shiiitake mushrooms, sliced
  • 4 ounces oyster mushrooms, sliced
  • 8 ounces baby bella mushrooms, sliced
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • ¼ teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • 1-2 teaspoons soy sauce (or gluten free tamari)
Instructions
  1. Heat 1 teaspoon olive oil in saute pan. Add sliced shiitake and cook for a few minutes. Remove.
  2. In same pan heat 1 teaspoon olive oil and add oyster mushrooms. Cook for a few minutes. Remove.
  3. In the same pan heat 1 teaspoon olive oil and add baby bella mushrooms. Cook, stirring occasionally 4-5 minutes then add garlic and reserved mushrooms. Cook for a few minutes, tossing ocassionally.
  4. Add red pepper flakes and soy sauce. Mix. Serve as a side dish or appetizer.

 

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Comments

    • Vicky says

      With mushrooms it’s best not to over crowd the pan and let them brown a little bit so I split them up and cook each mushroom type separately. Also sometimes you may want to cook some types less or more than others.

  1. says

    This is a side dish that I would be tempted to eat as my full meal! Sometimes simple is the way to go and you nailed it with this simplistic beauty! Thanks for sharing…

    -Shannon

    • Vicky says

      Thanks so much! Simple truly is best sometimes and this mushroom dish with all the different types of mushrooms really is perfect!

    • Vicky says

      Sorry! Must have accidentally forgotten to post that in the recipe. Just 1 or 2 teaspoons should be enough. Add more if the flavor isn’t strong enough for you.

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