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These are wonderful! I make a lot of stuffed mushrooms and this one is right there at the top of my favorites list. They were easy to make and my family gobbled them up. I love the combination of cheeses. The balsamic vinegar and soy give it that special taste. Made for ZWT7 for the Vivacious Violets.

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Lainey6605 May 27, 2011

Mmmm this was nice, I was given a gift of quite a lot of mushrooms and this is the first of many recipes I intend to make and it was certainly a very good one. I did add a wee bit green onion and they tasted great and I do have rather a lot of mushrooms so chances are I will be making this one again. Thank you for posting made for Honor thy mother the diabetic forum May 2011

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Tea Jenny May 13, 2011

This was pretty good! I cut the recipe in half, but otherwise made as written. Although it's not specified in the directions, I scooped the gills out of the mushroom cap before starting, as I don't care for how they stain everything else black. Next time, I would cut the oil back in the glaze, my 'shroom came out a bit on the greasy side. I'd also like to try some different cheese- maybe replace a bit of the mozz with some gorgonzola? Anyway- a very nice dinner. Thanks for posting!

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IngridH April 08, 2011

Does life get better than melted cheese and mushrooms? These are so easy and So yummy! I made as written basting about 4 times, the only thing I will do next time is use a better quality parmesan as the one I used today was a little dry and did not melt as well as I would have liked. Will be making these again thanks so much for the post.

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Debbwl August 23, 2011

OMG!! Is all I can say!!!! I Stayed true to the recipe. The only thing I added was a thin layer of cream cheese under the mozz/parm mixture. SOOOOO good!!!

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Chef Super Erin July 06, 2011

These were fabulous! I did try to lighten them up, though. I used 4 mushrooms for the same amount of cheese. I only used 2 tablespoons of olive oil, and I used teriyaki sauce instead of soy sauce. We gobbled them up with dilled cucumber spears and vegetable soup. Next time I will try adding chopped tomatoes and sauteed onions under the cheese. Thank you BakinBaby.

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Inklady June 07, 2011

A very nice way to prepare portobellos! I used a little less oil. Thanks for sharing! ZWT7

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Starrynews June 03, 2011

Absolutely yummy! I made the recipe exactly as given -- except, I could not get portobellos and had to settle for smaller brown open mushrooms. I used 6 of the open mushrooms (they were nice and plump). I used all the cheese. The sauce/glaze sank nicely into the cheese topping, and later I added the rest of the sauce as well. Baking time given was spot-on. DH and I each had 3 of these, and he thought the flavour was stunning. I made this to go with your Peanut Butter Chicken (plus some fresh veggies and a salad). A great meal on a cold night! Thanks!!

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Zurie June 01, 2011
Cheese Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms With a Balsamic Glaze