These were very good. I used hot italian turkey sausage and they turned out well... my guests gobbled them up. I may add some garlic next time to try to add a bit more "zip." Thanks for posting.
My family loved these stuffed mushrooms! I sauteed the green onions and also some fresh garlic in with the sausage meat, I doubled the recipe, and got 18 HUGE mushrooms! great recipe hon, thanks for sharing!...Kitten :)
These were great, and didn't take as long to prepare as I had thought. I also used spicy turkey sausage and thought they had a nice little kick. I found the mushrooms produced a fair bit of juice on the bottom of the cookie sheet, so i may put them on a broiler pan on the future so the juices drain off better and they aren't sitting in liquid on the pan.
I also had a lot of stuffing (I filled 18 slightly bigger than button mushrooms), so mine were quite stuffed and towered on top. In the future, I would probably make more than 20 mushrooms and not fill quite so much.
The modifications I would make in the future are minor, the important thing is they tasted great!! My husband thought there would be leftovers, but he and our guests devoured them all.
This is the BEST recipe! I they are so good and I had great reveiws from them. I cant wait to make them again.
Wow, the only thing I can say is "I wish I had doubled the recipe!!" I did have quite a bit of stuffing left over and I used 16 oz. of organic white mushrooms and white onions instead of green. These were so simple and yummy. Thanks a ton!
These were delicious and came together nicely. I used Italian hot sausage and when I cooked it I crumbled it constantly in the pan until it was cooked all the way. I even brought a bar stool over to the stove and sat on it so I could get the sausage into nice small crumbles without killing my back. I made the filling two days in advance so filling the mushrooms was easy. I used the small end of a melon baller to scoop out the stems. We don't like soggy 'shrooms around here so I broiled them instead of baking and they came out perfect! They were nice and brown on top but the mushroom underneath was still crisp but warm. A keeper.. thanks.
These were the best stuffed mushrooms ever. They were the first things to go. I will add this to my favorites and make again and again! Thanks!
I wanted to serve these as appetizers for Thanksgiving day, so I followed the directions up to the baking part. I covered the stuffed mushrooms and refrigerated them over night. The next morning before I put the turkey in, I baked them for the instructed time and they were delicious. My hubby said I should make them more often!!! Thanks!
Very yummy! I put the mushroom stems in the food processor and added them to the mixture to extend the number of shrooms. Delicious! Thanks for sharing.
Omigosh, the minute I spotted this recipe, I went on a trip down Memory Lane! :) I made this delightful appetizer often when my children were babies and finding time to prepare for guests was a real challenge. So quick and easy, but definitely yummy enough to serve company! Our friends requested it frequently. Over the years, though, I somehow had totally forgotten about it... Well, the babies are all grown up now and 2 of them have turned into mushroom freaks. I can't wait to serve this next week when they come home for Thanksgiving! Like you, I would definitely recommend spicy sausage -- and draining it really well to remove any excess grease. Thanks so much, A la Carte, for posting a lovely 'reminder'! Good memories always make food taste that much better, don't they?