Sautéed Porcini with Frascati Wine

AuthorAlyssa Saltzman
RatingDifficultyBeginner

Porcini mushrooms have a nutty, smoky flavor. They are very popular in central Italy and are found in many dishes.

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Yields6 Servings
Cook Time10 mins

Ingredients
 1 lb frozen porcini mushrooms
 olive oil
 salt
 pepper
 1 bunch fresh parsley
 garlic
  cup frascati wine

Directions
1

Note: if using dried porcini with Portabello mushrooms, reconstitute dried porcini in 1 cup of hot water, simmering for a few minutes. Remove from water , chop and add to portobellos in step 1 below

2

Cut the mushrooms into medium sized (1”) pieces.

3

In a medium sized frying pan, saute the garlic in the olive oil. Don't let it burn.

4

Remove garlic.

5

Add the mushrooms, salt, pepper to the skillet.

6

Allow to cook for a minute or two, stirring gently

7

Add the wine.

8

Simmer mushrooms until tender, about 15 minutes

9

Tear parsley with your fingers and sprinkle over the mushrooms.

Ingredients

Ingredients
 1 lb frozen porcini mushrooms
 olive oil
 salt
 pepper
 1 bunch fresh parsley
 garlic
  cup frascati wine

Directions

Directions
1

Note: if using dried porcini with Portabello mushrooms, reconstitute dried porcini in 1 cup of hot water, simmering for a few minutes. Remove from water , chop and add to portobellos in step 1 below

2

Cut the mushrooms into medium sized (1”) pieces.

3

In a medium sized frying pan, saute the garlic in the olive oil. Don't let it burn.

4

Remove garlic.

5

Add the mushrooms, salt, pepper to the skillet.

6

Allow to cook for a minute or two, stirring gently

7

Add the wine.

8

Simmer mushrooms until tender, about 15 minutes

9

Tear parsley with your fingers and sprinkle over the mushrooms.

Sautéed Porcini with Frascati Wine