Tasty! I had about 8 oz of cremini mushrooms, but I'm afraid they were too small. I used them, but had to run out and get extra mushrooms. To top that off, we ended up with excess in terms of the butter mixture--no need to worry, as I can use that tomorrow on baked potatoes! Thanks for posting, Cynna!
Outstanding mushies! Easy recipe to halve. We didn't have breadcrumbs, Italian or otherwise, so just added some parsley, basil & oregano, aswell as the finely chopped mushroom stems to the butter mixture. We did not miss the breadcrumbs and served our mushies on a freshly made herb bread, which Matt prepared.
Good mushrooms! I used a large jalapeno, plus added some Tabasco and they were not very spicy. Cut back the butter to 3 Tablespoons, and sauteed the onion, pepper & garlic before stuffing. Cook time ended up being closer to 30 minutes (you want the mushrooms to start to give up their juices) and they were perfectly brown on top and very tasty.
Fantastic Recipe! I learned today that Cremini mushrooms and baby bellas are the same thing. Portebellos are just overgrown Creminis. Marketing!
I started to make these last night and realized I didn't have any breadcrumbs, so I just made some stovetop stuffing and mixed in the other ingredients. They were delicious! I love stuffed mushrooms, and I will definitely be making these again. Thanks for the recipe.
Excellent! I would not change a thing. Great melding of flavors and just the right kick from the jalapeno. I plan on making these again very soon.
Okay these were awesome. I used baby bella mushrooms because I couldn't find any cremini, but other than that followed the directions to the letter. The only problem I had with the recipe is that I had a lot of butter mixture left over but that may be due to the mushrooms that I used. Thanks for a great recipe.
Another great recipe Cynna! I love mushrooms of any kind, the bite to these little morsels are great. I made these while my son in law was cooking the steaks on the barbecue. Enjoyed by all.