By Kaarin on April 29, 2005
Photo by ~Leslie~
Photo by ~Leslie~
"Food on a stick is great! This is our latest version for the summer BBQ."
Serving Size: 1 (116 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
"These were insanely wonderful! I used thin cut bacon and it crisped up nicely."
"These were quite a hit for my superbowl party. I did not make them kebabs, I just wrapped the mushroom and pinned it with a toothpick. Then I cooked them under the broiler. I should have left them in a little bit longer, but they were still delicious. They probably would have worked better with the thin/regular cut bacon instead of the thick cut that I had, but I will definitely make these again."
"This was good. It was very easy and quick to put together. Thank you for posting."
"I love food on a stick. We didn't find any Famous Dave's, so we substituted Head Country. The recipe was fast and easy to put together. Mushrooms and bacon are among our food faves, so naturally this was a hit. Thanks for the recipe, I will be making this again, and again!"
"So good. I made these to go with our steaks the other night. They are so good they were gobbled up in no time. Thank you for posting, we will make often."
"Awesome! This will definately be on our tailgating menu this fall! We used portebella mushrooms."
"So easy my father could do it! :) And so darn yummy, too! I loaded up the skewers for him, using some cremini mushrooms and some nice thin bacon. And then he cooked them alongside the burgers and hot dogs he was grilling for Mother's Day. From now on, this goes on every grilling menu I make!"
"What a lovely different idea. And how easy and quick it was to prepare. We will try this again but we thought we might put a few chunks of gerkin in between the mushroom/bacon wraps. Thank you Kaarin"
"These had great flavor and were simple to prepare. The only thing we didn't like about them was how the bacon was still chewy. We're going to try this again, but place them under the broiler in the oven instead of using the grill. Thanks for the great easy appetizer!"
"Good, thought I couldn't quite get all parts of the bacon crispy enough for my personal tastes. I love it burnt and able to snap in half! Some sections were able to, but just because of the roundness of the mushroom some parts of the bacon were still soggy."
"Hello there Kaarin, these were out of this world! We ate them and made them and made them and ate them! How fantastic! We used a barbecue sauce that we make here at the "home" and with the mushrooms wrapped in bacon, well I was just in "hog" heaven. Thank you for sharing such an excellent recipe, Diane :)"
"My husband just RAVED about these. We were forced to make these on a gas grill since we were at someone else's home...can't wait to try them on charcoal! Thanks for posting"
"Awesome flavor. Used Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce. I used thick bacon - I think regular and thin sliced would be a better way to go as the thick didn't seem to crisp up. Thanks!"
"Made these last night to go with grilled salmon and they were a real hit. I used homemade barbecue sauce and put each skewer in a kabob basket. They were really good. I've wrapped other things in bacon before, but never even thought of mushrooms. Thanks for the great idea and recipe."
"How simple yet how wonderful. Didn't even put the BBQ Sauce on because I wasn't sure. They turned out wonderful. Can't believe how easy and yummy, yet I never thought of it myself. Thanks"
"Leslie's hubby made these at my recent Zaar Chef appetizer party and, as you can see by the other reviews, they were enjoyed by all! These will definitely be a menu item for the coming BBQ season. Thanx Kaarin!"
"These were incredible....I had them served at a recent appy party and absolutely loved them! They sound so quick and easy to make theat they are definitely something that are going to be added to our summertime cooking this year!"
"I had these recently at a party and they were delicious! I will be making these myself when the snow melts so that I can barbeque!"
"Delicious and very easy! I grilled them in my electric grill so they were a bit flattened. Will certainly make these again!"