Stuffed Mushrooms


My parents came down from New York this week for a visit. My father is allergic to lactose so it was a little challenging to to make a total lactose free meal but I managed. I know that my dad used to eat stuffed mushrooms when I was a kid and well since he developed his allergy he has not been able to eat them because of the coating and stuffing they use on the mushrooms. So when I was going through my cookbooks trying to decide what I would make while my parents were here, I came across this recipe and decided to give it a try. It came out really good and considering that it wasn't fried, it still had the taste of the stuffed mushrooms I remembered as a kid. I especially liked that it was fresh and not your typical stuffed mushroom you find in the freezer section of your grocery store. It was easy to make and you can triple the recipe with no problem. I ended up typing up the recipe for my mom to take home with her so that she can make it, of course I omitted the cheese for my dad. The picture doesn't do it justice but if you are a fan of mushrooms and love stuffed mushrooms this a must. I made this to go along side grilled steak but you can actually make this as your main too.


  • 3/4 c. butter/margarine
  • 4 cloves garlic, finely chopped
  • 6 portabella mushrooms, stems removed
  • 1 c. bread crumbs
  • 1 egg, lightly beaten
  • salt and pepper
  • Parmesan cheese

  1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
  2. Beat butter and garlic in a medium bowl until softened. Divide two thirds of the garlic butter between the mushroom caps and arrange them, cut side up on aluminum lined baking sheet.
  3. Melt the remaining garlic butter in a pan (reserve the bowl for later use). Add bread crumbs and cook over low heat, stirring frequently, until golden. Remove from heat and pour into a medium size bowl. Salt and pepper to taste. Add beaten egg and stir until thoroughly combined.
  4. Divide the bread crumb mixture between the mushrooms, sprinkle a little bit of Parmesan cheese on top and bake in the oven for 15 minutes or until stuffing is golden brown and the mushrooms are tender. Serve hot.


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12 comments:

Brandie said...

I LOVE mushrooms just about anyway, but especially stuffed! This looks great. :)

Mike Golch said...

Yummy.I have created a New Blog Roll and I have added you to it.I call it the Foodie Blog Roll.

Cinnamon-Girl said...

I bet your Dad loved them! Delicious filling!

zlamushka said...

Hi Kristie, first I thought it was a dish (on the very first picture) then I realized it was a big mushroom, I love it :-) never made stuffed mushrooms and these look great...

Sweet and Savory said...

What a yummy treat for your Dad. I bet, he was happy to have stuffed mushrooms again.

Thanks for linking this up with My Meatless Mondays.

Laura said...

SO nice to cook for your dad! Thanks for linking to "Just Another Meatless Monday" Hope to see you next week!

Alison said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog!! These mushrooms look to.die.for!!! I love stuffed mushrooms and have always wanted to know how to make them myself!!

ButterYum said...

Oh yum! I love stuffed mushrooms!!!

I'd love it if you'd stop by for a visit.

:)
ButterYum

Melodie said...

Yummy! This looks fantastic. Thanks for linking up with me this past week too. I have my new Vegetarian Foodie Fridays post going up soon!

Kaysi said...

Yummy!! My husband would love this!

Joanne said...

I've just started to come around to stuffed mushrooms (and mushrooms in general). I recently made an asian stuffed mushroom recipe with sausage in it...totally lactose-free! I love this version though.

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