This balsamic fried mushroom recipe is really quick and easy and perfect for burgers and grilled steaks.
Not only that but they have so much flavor you'll find people eating them like candy right from your sautee pan.
These taste like no fried mushroom you've ever had.
Because the fried mushrooms in this recipe have such a powerful flavor they make an exceptional bbq side dish with beef and pork.
I've recently had these with our new Apple Grilled Pork Tenderloin medallions and it was the perfect combination.Home › BBQ Side Dishes › Balsamic Fried Mushrooms
Serves: 2 - 4
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 15 minutes
Medium-High heat on your BBQ side burner or stove
What you'll need:
Gently wash each mushroom under clear running water with your hands only.
Pat the mushrooms dry with paper towels and slice them evenly to about 1/4" thickness.
Place 1/4 cup of butter in a large sautee pan or skillet and place over medium heat on your Barbecues side burner or your stove.
Melt the butter.
Once the butters melted its time to sautee the mushrooms.
Place the sliced mushrooms in the melted butter and stir them around so they're well coated in melted butter.
Continue to fry the mushrooms - you'll notice they begin to produce more liquid in the pan.
Let the mushrooms give up their liquid and continue stirring until the liquid in the pan is reduced to almost nothing.
Once the mushrooms have turned golden brown it's time to add the red cooking wine (Marsala has a perfect flavor for this fried mushroom recipe).
Pour in about 1/4 cup of red wine to the pan and stir well to make sure they're well coated.
Continue to sautee the mushrooms until the wine sauce is reduced.
Next, add about 1/4 cup of balsamic vinegar to the pan and stir well to coat each fried mushroom.
Continue to stir until the balsamic vinegar is reduced and the mushrooms are nice and sticky.
Remove from the heat and serve immediately.
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