Kitchen Tip: How to Sauté Mushrooms
Whether whole, sliced or diced, sautéed mushrooms are easy to cook and delicious to enjoy. Add them as an ingredient, a garnish or simply eat them on their own.
Not only do sautéed mushrooms add a rich, umami flavor, they also carry an impressive health halo. Mushrooms are always fat-free, cholesterol-free and gluten-free, plus they’re naturally low in sodium and calories (meaning you can cut added salt from your favorite recipes).
How to Sauté Mushrooms
How to Sauté Mushrooms Instructions:
- Brush pan with oil or butter and heat on high.
- Add a single layer of mushrooms to the pan; don’t stir.
- Once browned on one side, flip and repeat on the other side. Remove from heat and season to taste.
Tips and tricks for a perfect sauté:
- For a nice golden brown, it’s best to sauté mushrooms in small batches.
- Sautéing can cause shrinkage, so avoid slicing mushrooms too thinly. Hearty, thick slices work best, no matter the variety you choose to use.
- Add sautéed mushrooms to pastas, meats or additional veggies for an added burst of flavor.
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Sautéed Mushroom Recipes
Broiled Top Sirloin Steak with Sautéed Maitake and Shiitake Mushrooms
This steak is simple to make but sure to impress. A blend of maitake and shiiitake mushrooms sauteed in butter sit atop a tender sirloion steak for a dinner perfect for any occasion.
Soba Noodles with Sautéed Oyster Mushrooms
Sautéed oyster mushrooms tossed in a homemade sauce add flavor to this noodle bowl.
Sautéed Mushroom and Sundried Tomato Avocado Toast
Add an earthy, umami taste to classic avocado toast with sundried tomatoes and sautéed white button mushrooms.
Sautéed Mushroom and Brie Puff Pastry Bites
Sautéed baby ‘bellas paired with creamy brie cheese create the perfect appetizer for any party or occasion.