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No need to worry if your guests & family will love these. They won't last long. I made individual triangles and the receipe made 2 dozen The sherry mellows the flavor of the mushrooms and gives a slight mysterious edge to them. I froze them on a cookie sheet and then in plastic wrap and boxed them. I did add 8 drops of hot sauce. Thanks Tracey K , great recipe
I finally got around to making these last night! We really liked them, though I think next time I will follow S'kat's lead and add a bit of cheese to the mixture. I think that would give it just the right kick of flavor to make this truly outstanding. I made the triangles, and they took about 15 minutes in the oven. Thanks for the recipe, Tracy! :)
I made these as companions to spinach spanakopitta's during canarygirl's Spanakopitta class. They were a hit, though I did make a little change: herbed goat cheese and a bit of parmesan were added to the mushrooms once they came off the heat. Absolute perfection. I made cylinders that were brushed with butter just before being placed into the oven. Unfortunately, there were no leftovers for me. I can't wait to make them again!
Really nice recipe -- very simple, straightforward, and tasty. I added several tablespoons of "artisan cheese spread with fresh herbs" and used half-and-half and white wine instead of heavy cream and sherry. I did find it a bit bland when it was right out of the oven, but a few hours later the flavors had deepened and it was great. Very nice leftovers, although next time I will make an effort to be more sparing with the butter as this is a very rich dish.
This was a very rich and very tasty appetizer for mushroom lovers! Thanks for posting!
This is super duper AWESOME ! I have also used puff pastry for it as well. EXCELLENT as a light dish with a salad or soup.
I made this as part of a cocktail surprise party for my Mother in law's 60th. I made the little triangle version and froze them 3 days prior. On the night I popped them into the oven frozen for 25 mins they were beautiful. When you make these make sure you hide one or two away for yourself because you will be sure to miss out!
This recipe is wonderful delicious and easy. I made the triangle type for an appitizer. and ate the left over for lunch. highly recommended. yum. m. m.m.
Perfect! Made it exactly to recipe and it was gone in minutes. I may try the individual flag fold next time, just to cut down on the 'crumbles'.
So delicious. I made a little change - instead of all the cream, I added a little softened cream cheese to the hot mushroom mixture. The phyllo dough was easier to work with when a damp towel was laid over the waiting sheets. Everyone loved this - very rich and savory!