15 Reviews

Yummy!! Very easy and delicious. My mushrooms were huge so I cut them in 6 instead of 4. I had ground coriander and used 1/2 teaspoon of that. Made for my adopted chef for Fall PAC 2009. Thanks! :)

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Nif September 25, 2009

All the mushroom lovers in the family loved this! Instead of using white mushrooms, I used a combination of white and cremini -- otherwise, made the recipe exactly as called for. Thanks for posting this!

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KLHquilts November 19, 2007

Very simple and tasty way for shrooms. I cooked ours a little longer than directed, mostly for personal preference than anything else. Thanks toni!

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Kim127 June 15, 2006

Excellent. The only change I made was to throw in some fresh parsley at the end for color. Thanks for sharing this recipe toni!!!

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Susie D June 13, 2006

I don't eat mushrooms so the rating is courtesy of my hubby. He loves sauteed mushrooms and this is similar to how i make them. He liked the addition of the coriander. I did add some minced garlic to them. I tasted the sauce and really good. Thanks!

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Jessica K November 05, 2005

I thought this was great! I used whole coriander, and didn't mind picking out the seeds. It made me eat slower and enjoy the mushrooms rather than just inhale them; they're that good! Wish I hadn't made a half batch! Thanks Toni!

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Kaarin November 04, 2005

Outstanding! Used cremini, shiitake and oyster mushrooms. Added a little bit of garlic and fresh flat leaf parsley from the garden. Really liked the use of whole coriander. I always forget how good fresh lemon is on mushrooms. Very good!

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COOKGIRl November 02, 2005

A great recipe for mushroom lovers that leaves the mushrooms as the star players, but with a scrumptious and subtle blend of other flavours! I used field mushrooms and added two cloves of finely chopped garlic in step one. I made these as a stand-alone supper dish - with a glass of wine - but they'd make a fabulous side-dish with any grilled or BBQd meats. Thanks for sharing this one!

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bluemoon downunder November 01, 2005

Ooh my! This was good! I used ground corriander, and made it to go ontop of some grilled chicken breast, and it was fantastic!

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Little Italy October 30, 2005

These were great mushrooms Toni. I did crush the coriander seeds just a bit. The lemon and conriander gives the mushrooms a wonderful fresh lift....we loved this!!

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Fairy Nuff October 26, 2005
Mushrooms With Wine and Coriander