Deb Perelman's Mushroom Bourguignon
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GSmodden February 7, 2013
I appreciate the vegetarian recipe, but I'm gonna need me some boeuf. So, while I chopped and peeled the veges, I pressure cooked some beef chunks for 15-20 minutes and then quickly browned the meat after the veges. Followed the recipe closely besides that. This was really tasty.
JanieMac January 2, 2013
A wonderful dish, especially for Sweetie who loves mushrooms in every form. Used shallots instead of pearl onions and still worked well.
vivanat December 30, 2012
My skeptical spouse commented on how beefy it was. Made it for dinner when I had vegetarians over, but if I didn't have to be veggie, I might saute the mushrooms and onions in bacon fat instead.
DAVILCHICK December 23, 2012
Is this something I can make a day ahead or will the mushrooms and onions get all soft and icky?
vross December 23, 2012
I had leftovers, and they were just fine, so I would expect you'll not have trouble.
witloof December 12, 2012
Here is a way to up the genius quotient and avoid using canned broth. While sauteing the onion, add a couple of tablespoons of the most delicious brewer's yeast you can find. Use water instead of broth. While the stew is cooking, toss in some parsley stems, a half of a carrot, a bay leaf, a half of an onion, and a large piece of kombu. Fish these out right before serving.
Kathy N. November 4, 2012
Made this tonight - it was delicious! It will definitely become part of the permanent repetoire in our house!
BlueKaleRoad November 4, 2012
On our menu for dinner this week. Thank you for sharing such a fabulous recipe! This is an ideal autumn dinner with the wind blowing and leaves swirling to the ground outside.
debelder November 1, 2012
I have made this many times, and it's amazing every time. Great for pre-Thanksgiving week meat heavy dishes, for taking to friends, and makes a fabulous pre-marathon meal too. Wonderful flavors!
PhillyLuv October 31, 2012
I just got the SK cookbook and noticed this, but your article made me push it near the top of my list to try ASAP!! Thanks
jbban October 31, 2012
Just fyi that the link to the recipe is bad.
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