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...).
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.
Comfort food at its best! I have adapted this scrumptious recipe - yet another great variant on the classic Welsh Rarebit - from one I found on Huey's website, and which he had got from London’s Cheese Society. Huey suggests it as an entrée serving for 4, but it would also make a great side dish, lunch or brunch dish.
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.
Found this in the local paper and it sounds like a delicious alternative to chicken paprikas. The recipe is by Al Church whose Hungarian mother used to make this during Lent. Serving size is an estimate.
If you're mad about mushrooms, especially on your pizza, this is for you! You'll get rich Portobello flavor in every bite, because the mushroom itself is your pizza. Stuffed with savory pizza toppings like cheese and pepperoni, these make terrific appetizers, or served with a salad, a meal in themselves. The mushrooms are baked and then set on toasted slices of crusty French bread for stability and crunch. Courtesy of Mr.Food.