Duxelles are a traditional French garnish or stuffing mixture made from very finely diced mushrooms and shallots lightly sautéed in butter. It is a classic combination of flavors often used to stuff roulades (pieces of meat pounded thin and rolled around filling), but we used it in this baked oysters recipe. The below recipe uses fresh porcinis, but you could also use any kind of fresh mushrooms. Fresh morel mushrooms, fresh hedgehog mushrooms, fresh chantrelles or any variety of wild mushroom all make fabulous duxelles.
Mushroom Duxelles Recipe
For a lighter duxelles mixture, the heavy cream can be omitted.
2. In a frying pan on the stovetop, saute the shallots in butter until translucent.
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