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    Stuffed Mushroom

    JoyfulCook
    Mon May 06, 2013 5:42 am
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    Stuffed Mushrooms
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    Blue Ribbon Stuffed Mushrooms

    Most packaged mushrooms do not require cleaning before cooking, although it is advisable to check for any signs of dirt or grit.
    Use a damp cloth to clean mushrooms. Due to their porous flesh, mushrooms should never be washed, as they absorb liquid and become saturated.

    Before cooking, trim the base of the stems where the individual mushroom or cluster joins, as this area is often chewy in texture, then choose the right cooking technique for the variety of mushroom. As a rule of thumb, the more delicate the mushroom, the less cooking time is required. Most mushrooms however, will not hold up well to lengthy cooking.


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