These delicious Sautéed Mushrooms with Basil are a wonderful way to celebrate the season. A few herbs and a delightful butter sauce make these white mushrooms extra special!
If you have ever wondered how to cook mushrooms, this delicious and simple stovetop buttered mushrooms recipe is what you need! These Sauteed mushrooms are not only a great vegetable side dish idea, but it is also incredibly simple to make.
Hi Friends! With the warmer months nearly here, I find myself trying to incorporate more healthy, low-fat recipes into my menu planning. I know I really should be incorporating these EVERY month but the reality is that I tend to focus more on it during the warmer months.
I like to use white button mushrooms or cremini mushrooms, but you can use any type of mushroom for this recipe. They are sauteed in a butter and herb mixture that truly highlights the flavor of the fresh mushrooms.
Hello Friends! I hope you are having a wonderful week!
Today I thought I would share a very simple, but tasty recipe for simple sautéed mushrooms that works nicely as a side dish or as a baked potato topper. This recipe is also Weight Watcher friendly. Great for balancing out those indulgences of hearty casseroles and baked deserts that we love!
How to Saute Mushrooms
You can use any type of mushroom and it comes together quickly on your stovetop. I prefer to use White Button, Shitaki or Baby Bella mushrooms for this recipe.
I originally shared these the second year on the blog, but I know some of you may have missed them and they are that good!
You just saute in a little butter and herbs.
And it is ready in minutes.
For more simple vegetable recipes, check out:
Grilled Bacon Parmesan Asparagus - Perfect for a side dish for a weeknight dinner or holiday meal.
Roasted Vegetable Soup - A delicious soup idea to incorporate fresh vegetables of the season.
Corn Salsa – A colorful and flavorful salsa that is a perfect side dish and will brighten up any meal.
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Simple Sautéed Mushrooms with Basil
Sautéed Mushrooms recipe
- 3 cups fresh mushrooms, cleaned and sliced
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 1 ½ teaspoon basil
- 1 clove garlic
- ½ teaspoon oregano
- ½ teaspoon salt
- ¼ teaspoon pepper
- Over medium-low heat, melt butter in a saucepan.
- Add sliced mushrooms to pan.
- Cook over medium heat, stirring often to cook both sides of mushrooms.
- Add garlic, salt, pepper, basil, and oregano.
- Heat about 4-6 minutes until mushrooms are browned.
- Remove from heat and serve.
- It is a super tasty dish and makes 6 half-cup servings.
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Do you like mushrooms?
Looks delicious! I'm always looking for new side dishes and this one is worth a try. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Gracielle. It is really easy to put together and does taste great! Thanks for stopping by.
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I could eat this all by themselves but I can also see them topping rice or pasta and calling it dinner. I just love mushrooms!
I want this every day. Looks so delicious!!! Would never think to combine mushrooms and basil.
Thanks Pattie! It is really tasty!
So simple and it sounds so very good right now! Yum
mmm.. seems so awesome. We grow basil so I know we'd love it. Cassidy can't eat mushrooms and it's one of the few things he can't eat but I love them.
That looks delicious!