Sautéed Mushrooms In Ghee. I don't know if you have ever played around with ghee, but I love the stuff! In Europe they call it clarified butter, but in India, it's ghee. Basically, it is the clear liquid in melted butter when all the milk solids sift down to the bottom.
It is a versatile dish that can be served on its own or as a great side for scrambled eggs, steak, chicken, etc. In this recipe, white button mushrooms are sautéed with a bit of olive oil, butter, onion, thyme, Worcestershire and soy sauce to make a well-seasoned, palate-pleasing dish. I used ghee to sautee the mushrooms whole. You can have Sautéed Mushrooms In Ghee using 4 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Sautéed Mushrooms In Ghee
- It’s 1 tbsp of ghee.
- It’s 1 packages of mushrooms.
- You need 1 of garlic salt.
- It’s 1 of olive oil (if cooking a lot of mushrooms).
Ghee is clarified butter (the milk solids are removed) so it tastes much more "buttery". It definitely has a stronger flavor and makes a nice sauce to coat the mushrooms. These mushrooms would taste great alongside my creamy parmesan orzo. You guys I love love love this dish..
Sautéed Mushrooms In Ghee instructions
- rinse mushrooms.
- Place ghee in stir-fry skillet. melt on medium heat..
- once the ghee is melted, add mushrooms into pan.
- Add a good amount of garlic salt. Stir..
- Cover with lid and let sit for 3-5 minutes. Then stir. Repeat until brown and soft..
- If cooking a lot of mushrooms, add 1/2 tsp of olive oil or more depending on quantity. Do this step only if it looks like the ghee isn't covering all of the mushrooms and it's hard to stir them..
- Add more garlic salt if needed. (to taste).
- Place lid on and let sit for a few more minutes. Stir. Repeat until they are the texture you desire. The longer you keep them in there the softer they become..
- Leftovers last 3-4 days in the fridge..
Add the olive oil and ghee, and heat until ghee is melted. Add the spinach, sprinkle with an additional pinch of salt and turn with. Humans have prepared mushrooms for thousands of years. They have a broad range of nutritional benefits, and they taste delicious. In particular, sauteed mushrooms are one of the tastiest foods, but that's providing you know how to saute.