This appetizer is so simple and delicious! People will think you slaved over them, but really they can be put together in a very short amount of time. You might want to make extra because they get snatched up fast!
This recipe is traditionally on our Thanksgiving menu. In fact, an enhancing side to any meat or poultry meal. But what I like best, is the fact that this can be done wayyyyyyy ahead of time and frozen while you're busy with last minute touches. It's quick n' easy and good! Try it and let me know what you think :)
This is one of my family's all time favorite mushroom recipes, you can double the recipe, I have left the garlic as optional if you are a garlic lover I suggest to add in and you may adjust the amount to taste --- you will love this! :)
This is an elegant and delicious first course for a special holiday meal or dinner party. It does require last minute prep, but it's very quick to make. I believe this was originally a Bon Apetit recipe.
The balsamic marinade that you paint on these mushrooms adds another dimension of flavor. The stuffing isquick & easy to make.. Have these as appetizers, brunch side dish, for lunch or a dinner party. Great on a buffet table too. This recipe is adapted from one that was in the July 06 Bon Appetit magazine. These mushrooms may also be baked 20 minutes at 350F
Stuffed mushrooms are a party food classic. Here they're reborn with sassy blue cheese and toasty hazelnuts. Sprinkle the greased baking pan lightly with salt and pepper before placing themushroom caps on the pan to season the bottoms of the mushrooms.
At my house, we don't like those fried mushrooms that are black and slimy where the breading slides easily off. This recipe is just a very crisp breading on a fresh mushroom. They'll 'pop' when you cut into them they are so fresh. Panko breadcrumbs are a polished bread crumb that you can find in an Asian market or the International section of your favorite food store and they make just a wonderful crunchier coating, too.
These are so good, you may omit the butter but it is lovely to sop up the sauce with a bit of baguette. Use real bacon. I often use small Portabello mushrooms but either white, portabello or any mushroom typs large enough to hold the stuffing. Try using escargot bakers to hold the mushrooms this way you don't lose any of the sauce. Serve right in the escargot pan. If you don't have escargot pans just bake them on a tray or small oven proof dish -see picture. Make as many as you wish just allow 1 clove garlic for each mushroom. If serving as an appetizer/first course allow 5-6 mushrooms per person depending on the size of the mushrooms. If serving as a side dish to Brunch etc allow 2-3 per person.
This is a simple side dish that my family has been preparing since I was a wee-one. Traditionally served with steak, but I find this a wonderful side with chicken and rice, as I do not eat red meat. If you are a mushroom-lover, you will love this dish!
I came across this recipe a few years ago when I was on low carb diet. It can be a meal or nice as a side with grilled steak instead of a baked potato. I have also cut in halves or quarters to serve as an appetizer. This recipe can be halved or doubled easily. Hope you try and enjoy!