Spinach Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms.

"This is a recipe I came up with and use alot, it's quick & easy, delicious and makes a great presentation."
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  • Defrost spinach and squeeze out excess liquid.
  • Mix in eggs, bread crumbs, cheeses and seasoning.
  • Stuff into Mushroom caps.
  • Place caps on non- stick cookie sheet, Bake at 400 degrees for 20 minutes.

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  1. kimbauer1
    This was good and very simple to prepare. Everyone enjoyed it but I will use a stronger flavored cheese next time.
  2. gold.klas
    This was so easy to prepare and really quite good. I normally don't like portabellos but DH brought home a huge box from Costco so I turned to Zaar and found this recipe. I always keep frozen spinach on hand as well as assorted cheeses so I gave the recipe a try. Guess what, I now like portobello mushrooms. The ingredients worked so well together! I will definitely make this again! Thanks for converting me, Kevin. C C
  3. Gadgetgirl Sara
    Made this when we had an out of town guest, and everyone loved it. Followed as written except used a mozzarella/provolone mix. Simple to make and delicious!
  4. Miss Annie
    This is an easy, creative recipe using those earthy, Portobello mushrooms. The spinach and cheese filling was good. Nice texture and very pleasing eye appeal. Thank you for sharing your recipe. Definately a recipe that could be used many different ways.
  5. Chippie1
    UPDATED: Can make stuffing in advance and freeze using a vacuum sealer. Made these again for Thanksgiving dinner, but I froze the stuffing in the mushrooms. They froze well, but the mushrooms do not defrost well. They shrunk half the size in thickness, will freeze again, but will use fresh mushrooms the day of. Still a very good recipe for an appetizer or side dish. Very good recipe! DH & I scarfed up 4 of them. Only change I made was to use Asiago instead of Parmesan cheese in the stuffing mix and sprinkled parmesan over the top prior to baking. Also, was making them along with "Oven-Fried Garlic Chicken (#83561)" and baked them for 30 minutes @ 350 degrees. These were so good and looked very impressive that I may make them again for my holiday appetizer meal for DH's family. Thanks Kevin for a simply wonderful side dish! BTW, posted a pic, hope you don't mind.


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