From Oonagh Williams of Royal Temptations Catering
For Easter, serve these mushrooms with Carando, spiral, boneless, brown sugar spice ham (not sweet or spicy), labeled gluten-free for about $2.99/lb for a 4 lb ham in my regular local market.
Fresh mushrooms cooked in an oil, vinegar, garlic, onion, sugar and herb marinade until tender and then left to absorb all the wonderful flavors. These mushrooms are not overly vinegary like store bought, but truly addictive as part of a salad plate, antipasto, side dish with grilled meats etc.
This recipe came years ago from a client who said that her family devoured it. Since I always prefer recipes that come with recommendations to just having to find one in a book, I decided to use her recipe. However, I found it slightly too vinegary and a friend whose family makes marinated mushrooms agreed, so I altered proportions to my taste and added garlic and bay leaf. My husband asked for the tiny fresh mushrooms to pair with cubes of cheese on a toothpick.
Gluten-Free Marinated Mushrooms
Mushrooms are nicest served at room temperature. I also substitute 1 lb thawed pearl onions for mushrooms and cook for about one hour to make addictive onion relish/chutney whatever. Great on French bread with cheese, anywhere.