Sautéed mushrooms are a delicious side dish or topping, and they add a pop of flavor to burgers, steak, chicken, fish, salads, and so much more.
Add oil and butter to a large skillet, and heat on medium heat until butter melts.
Add mushrooms, and cook about 10 minutes, stirring a couple times to make sure even cooking.
Add salt and pepper, and stir to combine.
Reduce heat to low and simmer about 2 to 3 more minutes, until mushrooms are tender.
Add garlic and Worcestershire, and cook 1 minute more.
Remove from heat, and add parsley (optional).
Serve immediately. Great as a side dish or topping over chicken, steak, fish, etc.
Nutritional information is approximate and was calculated using a recipe nutrition label generator.
Don't add the salt until the mushrooms have already gotten some color on them (as outlined in the timing in the recipe).
Adding the garlic toward the end helps to avoid burning.
Heads up: most Worcestershire is not vegetarian/ vegan. If you are making this for an herbivore, you can use a vegetarian option. Or if you dislike Worcestershire, you can leave it out. I think it gives it fantastic flavor, though!
A few other options to add in:
I would not try all those all at once! Worcestershire is my favorite, and I always keep some on hand. I would recommend experimenting and using any of those three in place of Worcestershire.