Baked Mushrooms - a vegetable side dish

"A veggie side dish from my "Old Fashioned Mushroom Recipes" book. Haven't tried it yet, but sounds easy and tasty."
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1 casserole




  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Combine all ingredients except the butter and water.
  • Pour into a 1-quart casserole dish.
  • Dot top with butter slivers and sprinkle the 2 tbs of water over the top.
  • Cover dish and bake 40-45 minutes.

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  1. I made this last night as a side dish for some roast salmon. I think it was lovely; possibly because I really like mushrooms and can tolerate celery if it's disguised in something else. Unlike the others, I don't think it's anything like stuffing; there's nowhere near enough bread for it to be confused with stuffing.<br/><br/>I've actually renamed it a dish for all seasons because I tasted it before I put it into the oven and it was so yummy raw that I thought adding some nice, coloured tomatoes and a little bit of dressing if you chose, would convert it to a really nice salad. So, a multitasking dish. Thank you ReeLani. I'll be making this again and encourage you to do so too.<br/><br/>Kind regards<br/>Russian Black
  2. I was just like stuffing, not what I was expecting
  3. I made this for Christmas dinner and the reviews were mixed. Some absolutley loved it and others said it was okay. I thought it was pretty good. It tasted a lot like stuffing. Thanks for sharing.
  4. Served this alongside a roast dinner..liked the sound of it being close to a stuffing. I cut the celery amount to 1/4 cup and also the onion. Enjoyed by all.
  5. This is like having stuffing as a side dish. It was good but next time I will cut nack on the celery - I like celery but it took over the entire flavor of the dish and you lost the tasts of the the mushrooms. Be interesting what you think ReeLani when you make it Thanks for the recipe


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