I saw this recipe of sauteed mushrooms in one TV show by a French chef something like 15-16 years back. Cooking was just a “hobby” then, something one did once or twice a week. My interest in cooking developed thanks to these cooking shows on TV. Up until these shows I had steadfastly refused to learn anything in the kitchen, telling my mom that she wanted me to learn to cook because I am a girl. To which, my mom would reply that everyone must know to cook, boy or girl doesn’t matter. Coming back to TV shows, I remember I would jot down these recipes that I liked and kept them in one brown folder, which over the years my mom misplaced. So this recipe is just from memory.
It is such an easy and simple recipe, relying on the flavors of mushrooms and mint, that I didn’t have trouble recollecting it after all these years. That’s the beauty of simple recipes!! You don’t need to use too many ingredients and labour for hours in the kitchen to make gastronomical delights. I am calling this dish a gastronomical delight because Devansh, hubby, and I are crazy about mushrooms. Devansh and I have same eating preferences; hubby’s palate may not always agree with ours. But when it comes to mushrooms, we are all on the same page. You can view all the mushroom recipes I have shared on the blog so far here.
Coming back to these minty sauteed mushrooms, we have them as an appetizer before dinner. Come to think of it, I have also given this to Devansh as an evening snack.
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