Spicy, Sweet Sautéd Mushrooms

sweet and spicy sauteed mushrooms from Olive Oil and Beyond

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spicy, Sweet Mushrooms from the Olive Oil & Beyond Kitchen

Wash or brush mushrooms before cooking to remove any dirt or compost.

  • 16 oz. sliced mushrooms
  • 2 Tbsp butter
  • 1- 2  Tbsp. OO&B Pepperoncini Organic Olive Oil
  • 1 Tbsp. OO&B Cinnamon Pear Balsamic Vinegar
  • 1 tsp of nutmeg
  • 1/4 tsp pepper

Sauté until brown with crispy, sweet edges.  Some chefs may not wish to sauté until crisp, but in this case we think it further enhances the  peppery sweetness.

Most mushrooms are made up of a lot of water in their fresh state, so  expect much shrinkage as they release moisture and absorb the flavors beautifully.  The result is a unique, nicely spicy sweetness with likeness to a Marsala sauce but with a bit of a kick.   NOTE: Adding our Pepperoncini  Olive Oil to just about any dish  will add a bit of a bit without detracting from the food or sauce’s core flavor.

These uniquely sweet and spicy sautéd mushrooms are nicely served as side to red meats, chicken or as a topping over polenta, wild rice or thick egg noodles.  Should you wish to retain more sauce for your particular recipe… add a bit more of Olive Oil & Beyond‘s premium olive oil and /or butter.

Add them to an Alfredo cream sauce or gravy for  a flair the will certainly delight the palate!

Simple Inspirations:

  • Approximate prep and cook time 20  minutes
  • Serves up to 4

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Don’t have these exact flavors?  Shop now at our main site  Olive Oil and Beyond.

CLICK HERE  for our flavored extra virgin olive oils

CLICK HERE  to purchase our delicious  flavored balsamic vinegars

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Categories: Appetizer, Sauce/Marinade, Side Dish, Uncategorized

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