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Heather, these mushrooms were yummy! Real mushroomy taste and easy too!I used small mushrooms, because that's all I could find. Still, turned out great! Thanks!
5 star all the way , seved these as part of my Sunday Brunch- I loved the crunch from the combination of the crumbs and the cheese. My mushrooms were very large (only one per person) and quite thick so I partially cooked them in the butter along with the garlic & mushroom stems, just browned the bottom and the tops before stuffing them. I sprinkled a little extra cheese on top for the last 5 minutes, under the broiler - but be careful they brown quickly.. Used fresh (this year's crop) garlic and Parmesan cheese. This is a winner thanks Heather Feather
Super awesome. Made a double batch last night for a party and the only change I made was I squirt some fresh lemon juice over them right before serving. Every single mushroom was gone in minutes.
I combined this recipe with another recipe by adding some chopped onion, black pepper and hot sauce, and substituting some olive oil for half the amount of butter. Also added a tablespoon of sherry as suggested by Lizzybob and broiled them for 5 minutes after cooking for recommended length of time. Overall, these were very good. Thanks for the recipe.
I made these for our appy's for New Year's...yummy...10 stars. I added some salt and topped them each off with a pat of butter. OOOOHHHH...my kids are in heaven. I had lost my recipe similar to this and I am so glad I went searching. Thanks Heather!!!
These are almost as good as the ones I make, except I add an egg to bind the filling together. I find this makes it a little tastier.
Nice with a steak.
My sister asks for these all the time. I usually and finely chopped bacon or shrimp.
Very tasty! This recipe works very well with the 'herbed rack of lamb' recipe (#12847). The stuffing is so similar to the breading mix from the lamb recipe that I just doubled the breading mix then added the mushroom stalks and cheese once the lamb was covered. The cooking time is the same for both recipes which makes things really easy.
Made these for an app at Thanksgiving and tonight just for me! So simple and so good. I did add a shot of Worcesteshire sauce, salt, and pepper. Add a glass of wine and feel super fancy! :)