Easily prepared at home—with or without the Italian heritage.
By Mari Levine | March 14, 2012
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just trying out different recipes for my wedding we had some tiny marinated mushrooms in ceriana in italy and just couldnt forget the flavour and texture these ones are beautiful many satisfied guests i think…
This looks wonderful!! Could you turn this recipe into a recipe for BWB canning for long term storage by increasing the liquid and spice quantities proportionately? These would be great as hostess and holiday gifts. Thanks
I think it is interesting!
Looking forward to trying!!
recipe is amazing. first time I tried to make marinated mushrooms. well easy but delicious. thanks for sharing!! only thing I would change is the lemon juice, next time I do it, I will only add the tiniest splash of lemon juice. But who knows how the flavour develops when left in the marinade for a day. I made Iced tea 1 week ago, and it tasted quite bitter when I tried. But after leaving it for a couple of days made it well tasty.
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Forget the classic method of snipping each leaf, trussing, and then boiling for an hour. Just slicethe stem and top, then steam.
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