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I've made this recipe a couple of times now for an appetizer to share at group functions. ( I was tired of there not being any gluten free appetizers at these get togethers). They are easy to make and for some reason I get about 24 mushrooms out of a single recipe. I buy large mushrooms but not the gigantic ones! Anyway, they are always a hit whether you need gluten free or not. Be sure to serve with a napkin as they are always juicy! I use the hot sausage, red, yellow or orange bell pepper and it's ok to add more mozzarella than it calls for!
Made this recipe for my church group christmas party as one of our members cannot have gluten. They were a huge hit!! We did use sweet sausage as hot was not available and red bell pepper instead of green. So good, this is a keeper. *This was an adult only party but my friend took the leftovers home and her kids loved the stuffing!*
A wonderfully yummy recipe that I'll certainly make again! :) I made this not because I specifically needed a gluten-free or egg-free recipe but because to me - as a mushroom-lover - it sounded really SO very delicious. I scaled it back to 3 mushrooms for two of us, served with rice, which made a really filling meal. I used chicken and chive sausages, not a hot variety (zero tolerance of heat) and diced red pepper. Even for this reduced quantity, I still used the 2 cloves of garlic as we love garlic. A great blend of flavours. Thanks for sharing this super recipe, Rita! Made for Newest Zaar Tag.
Delicious! I did add approx. 8 ounces of cheese which I feel bonded meat even better. I have to be wheat free so these are going to be made often/very often! Thanks for a great recipe.