How to make it

  • Warm the oil in a wok/sauté pan over a medium to high heat, add the mushrooms and peppers, season to taste and sauté for some 4 to 5 minutes or so until softened a bit and mushrooms start to release their juices;
  • Add the red wine and butter, bring to boil, then reduce heat and simmer until the sauce has thickened to consistency and taste required.

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    " It was excellent "
    NadineM ate it and said...
    Family really enjoyed these mushrooms on top of steaks we had. Great flavour and quick and easy to pull together for sure. Thank you Don for sharing your wonderful recipes with us.

    Mushrooms In A Red Wine Sauce
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  • lifter 4 years ago
    I have my own little story..."Hearst" Ontario is a little lumber town in the "far North" (actually on the 49th parallel) populated by Quebeckers that wanted to go un-draughted in WWII...but anyways, there is a restaurant/hotel called the "Companion" that can knock your socks off for cooking.

    Reconstructing it, I'd suggest cremini mushrooms, de-stemmed, and slivered, in EVOO, at low temp, with a dash of soya, a pinch or two of ground garlic, and maybe a pinch of onion powder, sautéed very lightly.
    DS#1 is a bit of an epicure on these things, and he about swoons when I offer these up.
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  • Semigourmet53 4 years ago
    Don you just reminded me of a mushroom dish that I haven't made in years. I am going to have to make them once it cools down. I will see if I can find the recipe. and add it. Thanks for that.

    And this recipe looks yummy Saved!
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