Sautéed Mushrooms with White Wine Sautéed Mushrooms in White Wine is a healthy, simple side that goes with any spread. It adds an earthy flavor to your meal and takes under 30 minutes to prep and cook. Plus, the recipe calls for a splash of white wine for the mushrooms and a glass for the chef!
Perfectly Sautéed Mushrooms
These sautéed mushrooms are one of my favorites! My mom makes them all the time. They're fast and easy to make and add a healthy element to any meal. Since mushrooms are mostly water and this recipe calls for even more liquid (wine), you want to make sure you cook the mushrooms on medium heat without a lid so they don't get soggy and wilted while cooking. I also cook them in a large enough pan so they have enough room without getting too crowded while cooking. Here are some 10" pans I recommend: All-Clad Stainless Steel Fry Pan, GreenPan Ceramic Non-Stick Fry Pan, Le Creuset Signature Oyster 10″ Skillet.
Cleaning & Prepping Mushrooms
Mushrooms need to be cleaned. Since they come from the ground, they often have dirt on them, which is fine! But you'll want to take a small brush or use your hands to gently clean them under running water. As for prepping the mushrooms, I take my knife and snip the end of each mushroom so the ends are fresh. Here are some knives and cutting boards I recommend you add to your collection: Shun Classic 8” Chef’s Knife, Shun Classic 7” Hollow-Ground Santoku, John Boos R02 Maple Wood Cutting Board, John Boos RA-Cutting Board Cherry.
White, Herbs, and Sautéed Earthy Mushrooms
Mushrooms have a lot of umami flavor on their own, but you should still spice them up with some white wine, garlic, salt, pepper, and parsley. These ingredients come together and make for a savory, herby dish that you can serve all year. For more simple vegetable recipes like this, check out Sautéed Green Beans with Furikake and Maple Brussel Sprouts with Pancetta.Print
Sautéed Mushrooms in White Wine is a healthy, simple side that goes with any spread. It adds an earthy flavor to your meal and takes under 30 minutes to prep and cook. Plus, the recipe calls for white wine for the mushrooms and a glass for the chef!
- 16 oz crimini mushrooms, halved
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- 1 tbsp butter
- ¼ cup dry white wine
- Salt and pepper to taste
- 1 tbsp parsley, chopped
In a large pan, heat olive oil and butter on medium heat. Once the butter is melted, add the mushrooms and toss them in the oil so they are evenly coated. Add the white wine, salt, and pepper. Stir and let cook for 12-15 minutes. Halfway through, stir in parsley and cook for the remainder of the time.
Keywords: mushrooms, vegetarian, white wine mushrooms