Sautéed Matsutake

Sautéed Matsutake

Sautéed slices of Matsutake. So smooth and fragrant, eating them is like having the bursting vitality of spring absorbed into your stomach.

Let’s be honest, here – a lot of people don’t like eating mushrooms. I very clearly remember picking the mushrooms off of my pizza as a child with a look of disgust painted across my face. To try and reinvent an often-scorned food, Mihoyo’s added simple sauteed mushrooms into the food database for Genshin Impact using a recipe that’s both simple… and sufficient.

In this recipe guide, we’ll quickly gloss over the process for making sauteed matsutake (mushrooms) at home. A staple for “farming” Elites in real life! (pesky neighbors, rambunctious kids, etc.)

About the Author

This recipe was contributed by Sara Welch of Dinner At The Zoo. As an everyday housewife with three young children, she spends quite a bit of time out of the week in the kitchen, supporting what she joking calls her family’s “zoo-esqe feeding frenzies”. We appreciate her practical, no-nonsense approach to cooking, and that she’s allowed us to feature her recipes here with you all on Sons of Dvalin.

For more information about Sara and her cooking adventures for bettering house and home, visit her website at DinnerAtTheZoo.com.

Country of Origin: United States

Does not contain meat products.

Does not contain wheat products.

This recipe is relatively easy to make.


Ingredients

Salted butter
Button mushrooms
Minced garlic
Parsley
Salt
Black pepper

Quantity

4 tbsp
1 lb, cut into 1/2″ slices
2 tsp
2 tbsp, finely chopped
To taste
To taste

Dishes & Tools

Large frying pan
Medium cutting knife
Stirring spoon
Stovetop

Cooking & Preparation

  1. Set your stovetop burner to medium-high heat.
  2. Melt the butter in your frying pan over heat, and add the mushrooms. Season with salt and pepper.
  3. Cook, stirring occasionally, for 7 minutes or until most of the liquid has evaporated and the mushrooms and caramelized.
  4. Add the garlic and cook for 1 extra minute, stirring constantly.
  5. Remove from the stove, sprinkle with parsley, and serve.

Closing Note

It’s our hope that you’ve found this recipe to be helpful and enjoyable. Part of what makes the Genshin Impact experience unique for a number of people in our community is the ability to use it to profitable ends in our lives outside of the game, and cooking plays a pleasant role in this effort.

We welcome comments or constructive feedback if additions or corrections can be made to to this content. Feel free to drop us a note with your thoughts.

Cheers,

The Sons of Dvalin community