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Yum Alert: Garlic Sherry Mushrooms

Written by Olga

Here’s a quick and easy recipe for when you need a good side dish but don’t know what in the world to make. Created by Chef Jason McClure of Sazerac Restaurant in Seattle.

Here’s a quick and easy recipe for when you need a good side dish but don’t know what in the world to make. Created by Chef Jason McClure of Sazerac Restaurant in Seattle.

Ingredients:

8 oz. Small button Mushrooms

4 cloves of garlic, minced

3 T. Butter

½ C. good quality Sherry wine

Salt and pepper , to taste

1T. Minced Chives

Directions

Start with 2 T. of the butter into a med hot sauté pan. Add the Mushrooms, season with salt and pepper and allow to sauté for 2 – 3 minutes until the mushrooms start to caramelize. At this point add the minced garlic and continue to cook another minute or so until the garlic is toasty brown but not burnt. Remove the pan from the stove. Add the sherry, be careful, it could ignite over open flame, allow the alcohol to burn off and the sherry to reduce to just a tablespoon or so of liquid. Stir in the remaining tablespoon of butter, finish with the chives, check seasoning and adjust the salt if necessary, serve immediately. This dish will need a loaf of your favorite rustic bread to soak up all the mushroom sherry goodness at the bottom of the bowl.


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Olga

Olga is a fast talking East Coast girl who takes no bull or prisoners. When not kicking a$$ and taking names, she can be found being awesome up and down the East Village. In her down time, Olga practices power yoga and drinks hand-crafted cocktails - sometimes at once.

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