- salted butter (1 tbsp)
- 454 grams cremini mushrooms (1 ib, sliced)
- 3 cloves garlic (crushed)
- 2 tablespoons soy sauce (sodium-reduced)
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Shikha 19 May
It was yummy.. rly loved eating it .. since we are using salted butter.. so only a pinch of salt is required to be added to complete the dish
Kelli 17 May
This was awful too salty
Lorri R. 11 Mar
Absolutely delish! Will make them again.
Nikas 5 Mar
Nice and simple! I would recommend not using salt since the soy sauce has a decent amount of sodium
FashionIsForever15 .. 9 Jan
Super flavourful better then simply frying and adding soy sauce but with the other ingredients combine , delicious
Lara 3 Jul 2017
turned out perfect. used minced garlic instead of crushed and i didn't have low sodium soy sauce so i didn't add salt. i was making them early to go with steaks for dinner but ate them all as the day progressed lol. they were just as good cold.
Nurhazrani H. 22 Jul 2016
Tasty! But i didnt put in salt at all cause my soy sauce is already salty. I add in a lil more butter though. :)
Laura J. 3 Jun 2016
So delicious - just sauteed the mushrooms and garlic in butter and threw some soy sauce on top (no salt or pepper). Once I smelled it, I just had to put it over some cheese ravioli. It tasted fabulous!!
Marie N. 1 Jun 2016
It is too salty with the quantity of soy sauce. I recommend use 1 instead of two and a pinch of salt only.
Kerry B. 12 May 2016
Made just as the recipe suggested. Came out just as expected. The soy was a new flavor in my book, and I found it quite tasty.