Sriracha Balsamic glazed Mushrooms is a quick Side dish made with Mushrooms, Garlic, Balsamic Vinegar, Soy Sauce, and Sriracha 😋
This is a delicious and easy Mushroom recipe that gets ready in just 15 minutes ⏲️ Don't miss out on:
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This Sriracha Balsamic Glazed Mushroom is one such recipe that is something I make every year for my Thanksgiving side. It's so easy to make and barely takes any time. Also, this makes for a perfect side dish for my vegetarian friends as well.
I start my Thanksgiving cooking with the sides. I tend to make recipes that are easy and less time-consuming in the beginning. Things like Green Bean Casserole, Baked Chicken Drumsticks, Garlic Parmesan Carrots, Honey Sriracha Carrots, Sweet Potato Casserole, Vegetarian Thanksgiving Stuffing, Garlic butter Mushrooms, and this Sriracha Balsamic Glazed Mushroom are recipes with which I start my thanksgiving cooking with.
I have seen that when I start with these quick recipes, they get cooked quickly and also keep adding to the variety on my table.
This Sriracha Balsamic Glazed mushroom is super flavorful. The Balsamic and Soy sauce adds to the Asian flavors in this recipe. The Sriracha adds to the spiciness which we love about this recipe and then there is the nutty taste of Sesame Oil, the sesame seeds and the Mushrooms gets glazed and saucy and tastes delicious.
🥘 Ingredients needed to make this Sriracha Balsamic Glazed Mushrooms
- Balsamic Vinegar
- Dark Soy Sauce
- Packed Light Brown Sugar
- Sesame Oil
- Garlic Minced
- Sesame Seeds and Chopped Green Onions for garnish
🔪 How to make Sriracha Balsamic Glazed Mushrooms
Step 1: Caramelize the mushrooms
Heat some Sesame Oil in a cast iron pan. Add the mushrooms and saute them over medium heat. As you will saute the Mushrooms, the moisture from them will evaporate and it'll start to turn golden brown in color. Slowly it'll caramelize and be golden brown in color.
Step 2: Add the Garlic and Balsamic
Next, add the Sriracha, Balsamic Vinegar, and minced Garlic. Mix well and saute over a medium-low flame for 2-3 minutes, until the sauce thickens and reduces. Once it reduces, add the Brown Sugar and mix well.
Step 3: Add the Dark Soy Sauce
Finally, add the Dark Soy sauce and just stir well until combined. Now take it off the heat and serve on a plate.
Before you serve, taste it once. If it needs any more salt or ground black pepper, you can add that at this point.
In this recipe, I have skipped the Salt because dark soy sauce is high on sodium, and adding extra salt will make this too salty.
However, taste for yourself and check if it needs any more salt or seasoning. If it does, you can add 1/2 teaspoon salt and freshly cracked black pepper at this point and mix well.
Step 4: Garnish and Serve
Garnish the Sriracha Balsamic Glazed Mushrooms with Toasted Sesame Seeds and Chopped Green Onions.
This recipe is naturally Vegan. So you can easily make this for yourself if you're vegan or for your vegan friends.
This Sriracha Balsamic Glazed Mushroom is such a cute and easy recipe. It barely takes time and is everyone's favorite side dish. I love to serve it at my Thanksgiving table and people love it. This is also a great side dish for other brunches and parties.
💡 Top tip
- Never wash your Mushrooms, wipe them with a paper towel.
- You can replace sesame oil with toasted sesame oil for a nuttier taste.
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Sriracha Balsamic Glazed Mushrooms
- 2 tablespoon Balsamic Vinegar
- 1 tablespoon Dark Soy Sauce
- 2 tablespoon Packed Light Brown Sugar
- 1 tablespoon Sesame Oil
- 1 lbs Mushrooms wiped using a paper towel and pat dried
- 6-7 cloves Garlic Minced
- 2 tablespoon Sriracha toasted
- Sesame Seeds and Chopped Green Onions
- Heat 1 tablespoon Sesame Oil in a cast-iron skillet. Add the Mushrooms. Keep the flame on medium-high and saute the mushrooms until they get caramelized. The moisture from the Mushrooms will evaporate and the Mushrooms will turn golden brown in color (about 2-3 min)
- Add the chopped garlic, Sriracha and Balsamic vinegar. Mix well and allow to sizzle over Medium high flame. The sauce will thicken and reduce after 2-3 minutes. Stir occasionally so the sauce doesn't get burned. Now add the Brown Sugar and mix well.
- Finally, add the dark soy sauce. Simmer for 2 more minutes and then stir and take it off the heat. Taste it to check if it needs any salt. I have skipped salt because Soy Sauce is naturally salty. However, if you need salt or ground black pepper to season this, you can add them at this point and then serve it. Take a different pan and toast the sesame seeds over a low flame until they release a nutty aroma.
- Serve the Balsamic Sriracha Glazed Mushrooms. Garnish with Chopped green onions and toasted sesame seeds. Enjoy!