Recipes featuring Mushrooms as the main ingrediant. Please note I have tried to keep these recipes vegetarian; however if something calls for something non-vegetarian I substitute (fried tofu for any meat product/ vegetarian soup stock for any chicken broth etc...).
A side dish to serve with cabbage & fish & coleslaw dressing.Quick to prepare and cook. Garlic & green or hot pepper lovers add as much as you like.Photo shows the patties after being pressed in a measuring cup to bake.
The broccoli in the stuffing is a nice change from the usual crab or sausage you find in many recipes. Do make the effort to add roasted bell pepper to the tops as it makes the finished mushrooms look really special. I found this recipe a few years ago in a magazine, but only tried it recently. Now it's my favorite mushroom recipe.
Looks great on a brunch buffet table. Use Parmesan instead of cheddar if you prefer. I just threw this together this morn and thought I would share it. For the faint of heart omit the garlic but it won't be the same! I served these with ham omeletts, browned canned potatoes sliced tomatoes and whole wheat toast. For aditional flavor add two tbsp of your favorite BBq Sauce to the pepper mixture before filling the mushrooms.
A mixture of four types of mushrooms and two cheeses encased in wonderful homemade ravioli. Savory and satisfying. Best served with a cream or alfredo sauce, either store-bought or your very own. A great experience for a fan of mushrooms! Note: A good white wine may be substituted for beef broth for a vegetarian option! The dough recipe is borrowed from Dee514's grandmother's recipe posted in Recipe #59359. My highest compliments to her and her family. =)
Every time I try another stuffed mushroom recipe, I return to this one because of its different and delicious taste and ease in making. My family jokes when I return to my old stand-by saying, "These are the bestest!"
I've been making them for 25 years now (since I was 3 -- ha-ha!)
When one is just plain tired of chicken and/or meat this is simply divine. Credit goes to Linda King of Dunwoody, Ga. and was featured in Southern Living. This is also great for your Vegetarian guests.
The people of the exotic East feast on staples such as rice pilafs, but in Russia, kasha has been the enduring staple of the slavic life. The word kasha does not always designate buckwheat as it does in the United States. Kasha in Russian refers to most kinds of grains, usually when they are cooked to the consistency of porridge. You could conceiveably have oatmeal kasha in the morning, buckwheat kasha with your dinner, or a millet kasha as a late night supper.
This casserole is a perfect side dish or a vegetarian entree for dishes such as stews
I love stuffed mushrooms. This is an interesting version--no southwestern flair, which seems to be the most common stuffed mushroom variety. These are more elegant and would be good for a dinner party.