I received this recipe from my cousin Jeff at least 20 years ago and "tweaked" it a bit over the years. My family and friends always request it for special dinners. It's a wonderful side dish with roast beef, pork and poultry. (I have made this with half the quantities for less than 8 people.)
A local restaurant serves these and the waitress offered the recipe! I have made these at home several times and they are DH's favorite way to eat portabellas. Amounts are not given as everything depends on your taste and how many mushrooms that you have to serve.
Love rich, creamy stuffed mushrooms, but can't stand all those unecessary calories? These great stuffed mushrooms are high in flavor and low in calories. They also make great appetizers for parties and elegant dinners.
Fresh sage leaves make this a memorable dish. Use about 1/2 tsp dried sage if fresh is not available. Serve this on its own or use it in a hamburger bun. Other condoments should not be necessary as this has a pretty intense flavour on its own.
One of the best trips I have been on was driving to Louisianna with my two sisters. We went specifically to see the Acadian settlements and it was thrilling to see all the names were the same as in my background from the Acadian part of Canada. So this recipe is named in honor of all my Acadian relatives. Creole seasoning is a blend of garlic, salt, paprika, cayenne, basil and thyme in equal amounts. The chicken could be poached if no steamer (keep water just below boiling point.. cook chicken in garlic flavored water until juices run clear)
This is a nice little recipe I found in a Mexican magazine. After translating the recipe I added a few additional ingredients on my own. The original recipe called for the mushrooms to be steamed but I think baking works just as well.
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!
This is just a template, really--you can use any kind of bread/cheese/veggie combo that you like. I made this and it was delightful--the bottom of the bread was crusty and the part touching the vegetables was moist--YUM! Out-of-this world with a bowl of soup.