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A side dish suitable for everything? Mushrooms in the pan

Mushrooms in a pan

Easy to prepare, pan-fried mushrooms are always an excellent side dish and also a source of few calories. Pair them with meat or fish dishes.

The mushroom season has started and we can use them in the kitchen in the way we prefer. Today’s proposal is very simple, but at the same time tasty. The ideal side dish consists of mushrooms cooked in a pan, prepared in a few minutes and flavored with genuine ingredients. These are so good that they can be paired with a variety of main courses , whether they are meat or fish based. In addition, they are a source of many vitamins and, on the contrary, contain very few calories . Also suitable for those who follow a healthy and balanced nutritional diet, we have used the champignons, but you can choose any variety you prefer.

Mushrooms in a pan
Mushrooms in a pan

Preparation of the recipe for mushrooms in a pan

  1. If you buy fresh mushrooms and they have dirt, remove it with a brush or a sharp knife. Pass them under running water to wash them and dry them with a damp cloth .
  2. Cut each into medium sized strips.
  3. Fill the bottom of a non-stick pan with a little oil . Add the garlic and chopped rosemary and heat over low heat. Remember, however, not to fry the garlic.
  4. Pour in the mushrooms and mix with a wooden spoon, to get the flavor evenly.
  5. While cooking continues, season with salt and pepper to your liking.
  6. Cover with the lid and continue to cook for another 10 minutes , always over low heat.
  7. After this time, remove the lid to evaporate the mushroom liquid. Stir and cook for another 5 minutes , passing over high heat. After cooking, let it cool and season with parsley, if you prefer.


Cooking mushrooms in a pan is very simple, you just need to remember a few steps. If you have a certain amount left over, you can keep them in the fridge for a maximum of 3 days , closed in an airtight container.

Another curious recipe with this ingredient is that of sautéed mushrooms !

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