How to make « mushroom Duxelles » Durée : 2 mn 12 s

How to make « mushroom Duxelles »

This video shows how to make « mushroom Duxelles »

The ingredients :

- cultivated mushrooms
- butter
- onions
- shallots
- parsley

Duxelles is a finely minced mixture of cultivated mushrooms braised in butter with onions and shallots. It is a basic preparation used in stuffings and sauces or as a garnish.

Duxelles is said to have been created by the 17th-century French chef François Pierre De La Varenne and to have been named after his employer the marquis d’Uxelles.

Prepare the ingredients and the utensils
- A frying pan, a wooden spatula,
- Butter, minced parsley, finely chopped shallots and onions and minced mushrooms,
- The seasoning, salt and white pepper.

Melt the butter, add the onions and shallots and let them sweat but avoid colouring.
Once they have sweat, stir in the minced mushrooms and season.
Cook the mixture until the liquid of the mushrooms has completely evaporated.
After complete evaporation of the liquid, add the minced parsley.
Finally pour the Duxelles in a metal dish or a mixing bowl or a double-boiler.
Put in the cold room at 3°C or use immediately.