Roasted Mushrooms with Garlic & Thyme

Mushrooms are amazing, no matter how they are cooked, they always have such a great flavour on their own and soak up any other flavours that are added to them. If you want to try an excellent mushroom dish, try out these Roasted Mushrooms with Garlic & Thyme! Mushrooms have been a food favourite for centuries. They are also a very healing plant, and they come in a vast array of different varieties and types. These button mushrooms, which are generally the kind of mushrooms that people buy and eat from the grocery store, are packed full of vitamins and chromium and selenium, so they are super good for you!

The author Dan, over at, heeds some caution, that you will probably want to double this recipe, because they disappear fast. Especially if you are making them for more than a few people. People just can't get enough of these yummy garlicky mushrooms. And having leftovers is never a bad thing is it? This can make for a great side dish, or would be great with pasta, or with some bread as an appetizer. They will go well with pretty much anything you put them with, so no matter what, they would be a great addition to any table or meal. Think of how great they could be on some nice fresh bread with some creamy cheese on the bottom and cheese melted on the top of them!

Dan, says that if he could choose his top foods and novels, at the top of the list would definitely be mushrooms and The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien. He also sees how the two are connected, since the hobbits in Lord of the Rings absolutely love mushrooms and they are one of their favourite treats. So in honour of Bilbo Baggins, Dan created this wonderful mushroom dish to celebrate his love for Lord of the Rings and for mushrooms! How cute! The mushrooms are SO easy to make, you will think that you are getting off easy with this recipe, and how good it turns out, but how little work you have to do.

Basically, all you have to do, is fry them and then toss them with bread crumbs and garlic and other spices and then roast them in the oven at the perfect temperature for a short amount of time. It's really as simple as that! Sounds great doesn't it? These mushrooms would be wonderful and well received at a pot luck or dinner party. People would be asking you for your recipe, so make sure you save this great one from, so that you have it handy to be able to share with others, better yet, pin it on your Pintrest food board!, has tons of great recipes on it, and is curated by Dan, who has dreams of opening his own little country side kitchen, a restaurant out in the country, using fresh ingredients, making everything from scratch! So this is his outlet to share his great recipes until the time comes that he has his own real life restaurant!

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