A Crowd-Pleasing Authentic Porcini Sauce

A Crowd-Pleasing Authentic Porcini Sauce

Even my French friend gave this rave reviews!
Use it to make ravioli.
Keep a stock of it for pasta or pizza.
It uses plenty of onions.

Ingredients: 2 servings

Ground meat (beef and pork mix, or one or the other) (optional)
50 g
Garlic (optional)
1 clove
Onions or...
...Spring onions
Porcini mushrooms (dried)
15-20 g
"A" ingredients
1 tablespoon
Japanese Worcestershire-style sauce
1 tablespoon
Oyster sauce
1/2 tablespoon
Salt and pepper
to taste
(This is something to keep a stock of for making ravioli)
Porcini soaking liquid
1 ladleful
Recipe ID: 2153938


1. Soak the dried porcini for 30 minutes or more in water to rehydrate. If you're in a hurry, see Step 5.
2. Finely chop the garlic, onion, and porcini. Put the garlic in a pan and once fragrant, add the onion, and sauté
3. Add the meat and porcini, then stir-fry until the meat browns.
4. Add the "A" ingredients, give it a stir, turn off the heat, then it's done.
5. If you're in a hurry, use the 3-minute method to rehydrate the porcini by soaking them in a bowl of water with a pinch of sugar, then microwaving them for 2 minutes.
6. Save a ladleful of the porcini soaking liquid for stock to use for making a tasty ravioli. Recipe ID: 2153938

Story Behind this Recipe

Dried porcini was super cheap at a certain wholesale store. When I used it lin ieu of mushrooms in my regular sauce, it turned out great.