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Baked Mushrooms with Thyme and Garlic

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We love baby Portabella mushrooms with their earthy flavor, and usually, buy the large carton at Costco when we shop. I don't have to have a specific reason to buy them such as a recipe I might want to make or a new one to try.

We often enjoy them as the chosen vegetable, for the meal.

Oven-baked with thyme and garlic is simple and delicious, plus you get leftovers to stir into something even more delicious. Like an omelet or noodle side dish. 
Fair warning, however, these mushrooms are another food that is brown in color and photographs like the dickens, but delicious just the same!

Baked Mushrooms with Thyme and Garlic, the perfect side dish to enjoy.
Baked Mushrooms with Thyme and Garlic

Easy Oven Saute'd Mushrooms with Thyme and Garlic
by the seat of my pants
350-degree oven

1 carton (24 oz) baby Portabella mushrooms, ends trimmed and quartered
olive oil
1 t dried thyme leaves, crushed
garlic salt

In a large bowl, toss mushroom pieces with enough olive oil that you can see a shimmer of oil covering the surface of the mushrooms.

Sprinkle on the crushed thyme and garlic salt to taste, toss gently.

Easy Oven Saute'd Mushrooms with Thyme and Garlic, super easy and perfect with just about everything!

Spread mushrooms in a shallow baking dish. Bake 45 minutes.

Serve as a side dish and squirrel away the leftovers for another meal.

Enjoy!


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Comments

  1. I don't like mushrooms but my son and his family love them so they'd like this recipe.

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    1. I hope you give it a try, thanks for stopping by.

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  2. I like mushrooms and like the sound of them with thyme ... which is plentiful in my garden right now.

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    1. Thyme is one of my favorites to use, and it sure goes well with mushrooms, thanks for stopping by.

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  3. We love Mushrooms and this looks like a fantastic recipe! Thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend!
    Miz Helen

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