This post is sponsored by Holland House Cooking Wine. All opinions are my own.
A couple of weeks ago, I hosted a festive cooking soiree in Boston in partnership with Holland House Cooking Wine in preparation for the holiday season. We learned so much about Holland House Cooking Wines and their use in different recipes. Holland House is a great way to add in bold flavor with slow cooker dishes, soups, and cold-weather favorites this holiday season. The flavors hold up in high heat! They are perfect to brighten up holiday side dishes! We got to make and taste three dishes and we had so much fun! I hosted a Facebook Live with Holland House and worked with fellow bloggers to cook some delicious Holiday dishes that are perfect for the season!
So, what can you make with cooking wine?
First, we made Marsala Whipped Sweet Potatoes which were super tasty and so creamy. Sweet potatoes are a great side dish at any Holiday table. Creamy sweet potatoes mixed with Marsala – which imparts sweet wine flavor with hints of hazelnut – was definitely one of my favorites!
We also got to make a gorgeous Sherry Triple Berry Cranberry Sauce which was fantastic! This cranberry sauce was nothing like I had before with the addition of raspberries and blueberries. A generous splash of Holland House Sherry Cooking Wine gives a mild sherry flavor with hints of caramel which is perfect as it balances the sweetness with nutty flavor.
And last, but definitely not least, we got to try some amazing Marsala and Dark Chocolate Malted Milk Brownies which were absolutely delicious. Fudgy and nicely sweet brownies with a hint of marsala (which elevated the flavors) were a perfect ending to our fun day!
Be sure to follow Holland House on Facebook and Pinterest for more delicious recipes and tips, and visit the new Holland House website to download a redeemable coupon for your next grocery store visit.
A delicious mushroom gravy recipe for the holidays!
Here’s a delicious mushroom gravy that’s perfect for the holidays! This easy mushroom gravy is flavored with a tasty cooking wine and will make the perfect addition to your holiday feast!
Now that we are getting ready for the holidays and have our Thanksgiving and Holiday recipes ready, it’s time to focus on the delicious gravy! We have our turkey gravy recipe and of course homemade stuffing and garlic mashed potatoes, but this mushroom gravy is to die for!
Holland House also offers other flavors such as White Cooking Wine and Red Cooking Wine. I used the Holland House White Cooking Wine to make this vegetarian mushroom gravy. Holland House Cooking Wines are the perfect way to add a bold boost to this holiday recipe.
This easy mushroom gravy recipe comes together quickly and owes its deep and delicious flavor to Holland House Cooking Wine.
Mushroom gravy ingredients
To make this vegetarian mushroom gravy, you need butter, sliced mushrooms, rosemary and garlic, flour, Holland House White Cooking Wine and vegetable stock. You can also use chicken stock if you’re not planning to make this gravy vegetarian.
How to make mushroom gravy from scratch
Start with melting some butter in a pan. Add the mushrooms and sauté the mushrooms over medium high heat until they’re brown. Add in rosemary and garlic and stir for a minute. Add in flour and cook for a minute.
Add in Holland House White Cooking Wine and some vegetable stock to the mushrooms and stir well. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Bring to simmer and cook for about 15 minutes, stirring occasionally until the gravy thickens. Serve warm.
What to serve mushroom gravy with
Serve this creamy mushroom gravy with mashed potatoes, steak or grilled chicken. It’s perfect with some slow cooker turkey breast for the Holidays as well. We love having this easy mushroom gravy with meatballs, meatloaf or roast beef.
How to store homemade mushroom gravy
Store mushroom gravy in an airtight container and refrigerate for up to five days. Reheat in the microwave or in a sauce pan.
Can I freeze mushroom gravy?
Yes, fill a freezer safe container with the mushroom gravy and freeze for up to two months. To defrost, place the container in the fridge and thaw. Reheat in the microwave or in a sauce pan over medium heat.
Mushroom Gravy with Cooking Wine
- 2 tbsp unsalted butter
- 6 oz mushrooms sliced
- 1/2 tsp dried rosemary
- 2 cloves garlic minced
- 2 tbsp all purpose flour
- 1/4 cup Holland House white cooking wine
- 1 1/2 cup vegetable stock
- Place a pan over medium heat and melt the butter in the pan.
- Add in the sliced mushrooms and cook until they are soft and brown.
- Add in rosemary and garlic. Cook for another 2-5 minutes.
- Add in flour and stir well. Cook for a minute.
- Add in Holland House white cooking wine and stir well.
- Add in vegetable stock and stir well. Bring to simmer and cook for about 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- Once the mushroom gravy thickens, turn the heat off and serve the gravy.
This post is sponsored by Holland House Cooking Wine. All opinions are mine.