mushrooms sautéed with a splash of red wine

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The simplest way to cook mushrooms is to slice them and let them hang in a sauté pan along with a little butter and olive oil until they surrender, kinda like the first of many Goldman Sachs board members – into seared, caramelized, succulent heaven! It’s when they turn brown that a whole new layer of flavour is reached – which is why sautéed mushrooms transform everything they come into contact with – burgers, sandwiches, pastas, risottos, pestos, pâtés, sauces – they really can show up anywhere. You’ll wonder why it’s taken you so long to make something so simple that makes such a big difference to so many things you put together every single day.

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1. Get yourself a whack of mushrooms and wipe ’em down.

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2. Slice ’em up.

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3. Get the butter in a hot pan.

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4. Add the sliced mushrooms.

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5. add a little salt – it help them release their water.

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6. Drizzle a little olive oil and let the heat do the rest.

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7. They’re starting to give up their water.

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8. Then they’ll begin to brown.

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9. You don’t have to but a splash of red wine at this point is a pretty good idea!

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10. Wine cookin’ down.

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11. Searing has begun.

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12. Some serious searing …

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13. I told you it was serious.

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14. Real serious.

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15. Now that’s some seriously seared mushrooms.

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