How to Sauté Mushrooms
Mushrooms are a yummy and easy-to-make Buddha Bowl ingredient. Season them to your liking for a nice flavor and texture in any Buddha Bowl!
Buddha Bowl Veggies
Buddha Bowl veggies will teach you the easiest ways to cook, store, and use vegetables! Mushrooms cook great with basically any herbs that you have on hand and a squeeze of lemon or lime. Add into any Buddha Bowl that you like for a yummy flavor or use as a meat substitute.
Why Sauteing Mushrooms is Great
- Easy Buddha Bowl add-in
- It is the easiest way to cook mushrooms
- Fastest way to cook mushrooms
- Mushrooms are nutritious and flavorful
- Adds texture and flavor to your dish
- Olive oil
- Minced garlic
- Dried or fresh herbs of your choosing
- Lemon or lime
- Salt & pepper to taste
How To Sauté Mushrooms – Step by Step
- Clean mushrooms with a damp paper towel. It is important to keep the mushrooms dry so they don’t absorb water. If they absorb water they will take longer to cook.
- Heat olive oil over medium heat while you slice the mushrooms. It does not matter what size you cut them into. However, make sure they are all similar in size so they cook evenly.
- Add into pan and spread out evenly. Cook until browned on one side (about 4 minutes), toss and cook until the opposite side is browned (additional 4 minutes)
- Sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste
Ways to Make Mushrooms Taste Better
To make mushrooms taste better, you can add in any herb that you like before you toss your mushrooms. Cook for an additional 4 minutes or until mushrooms are browned and herb becomes fragrant.
When you start cooking mushrooms, add a tablespoon of minced garlic and cook the mushrooms as instructed. Remove from heat and add a squeeze of lemon juice from half a lemon.
The quickest and easiest way to prepare mushrooms for a simple Buddha Bowl add in. Cook with herbs or minced garlic and season to your liking with salt and pepper.
- 1 pack mushrooms
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1 tsp salt and pepper to taste
Clean mushrooms with a damp paper towel.
Heat olive oil over medium heat while you slice the mushrooms. It does not matter what size you cut them into. However, make sure they are all similar in size so they cook evenly.
Add into pan and spread out evenly. Cook until browned on one side (about 4 minutes), toss and cook until the opposite side is browned (additional 4 minutes)
Sprinlkle with salt and pepper to taste
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