6 Reviews

I had to use a great deal of substitutes (regular pork sausage vs. italian, bread crumbs+seasonings vs. croutons, italian blend cheese vs. mozzarella) and they still turned out perfect! Love the recipe!

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KaKie January 22, 2009

Well, Kitten... I have actually made a many of your recipes and needless say this one is another great one. My BF requested these for his birthday dinner and they came out fantastic!!! I did halve these for the two of us. Thanks for the recipe!

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Chef KLC February 12, 2007

Delicious! This recipe tastes exactly like the sausage-stuffed portabellas I buy from a local gourmet shop. The recipe is really easy and the end result very satisfying. Next time I am going to use baby portabella caps and make as an appetizer.

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Nichola H. December 31, 2014

Really yummy! Thanks for the recipe.

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ViolinLady February 22, 2010

I used this recipe as an apertizer for Christmas lunch served over a simple salad of my favourite greens and dressing. It turned out to be a great hit! I did have to adjust the servings since there was only 3 of us. A great appertizer to "make ahead" and take to a dinner party!

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SaggitariusJill January 25, 2007

What can I say, but that this is simply delicious. It didn't say which italien sausage to use, s I chose the mild as my tounge can't handle very spicy things. Because of this, I also ommited the hot sauce/pepper. I also halved the recipe, since it's just 2 of us at home now. Another winner Carol! :)

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Lori Mama November 25, 2006
Sausage-Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms With Mozzarella Cheese