Made these for Christmas last year and just disappeared! Makin' 'em again this year! Yumm!
shel April 10, 2012 REVIEW:
I added shreeded cheese to the mix ......they were amazing
Cshah September 5, 2011 REVIEW:
Great recipe! We make stuffed mushrooms quite a bit. No more searching for that perfect recipe. This is it! Very simple and not many ingredients too!
Guest Foodie December 21, 2008 REVIEW:
Very good and very easy to make. Will definitely make these again.
Member since: Nov 3, 2007
gerric5 November 3, 2007 REVIEW:
Delicious-I changed it a little,though. Added sherry,garlic and enough breadcrumbs to make a nice filling. Will make it again with Portabellos.Company gobbled all of it/I took a pic but ????
Foodie October 13, 2007 REVIEW:
it is good i love it
Member since: Aug 10, 2006
TIAMARIAMARGARITA August 10, 2006 REVIEW:
I made these as a 2nd date appetizer, and he LOVED them. The only thing I did different was added minced garlic to the mushrooms and onions while I sauteed them. Also I took some bread crumbs and melted butter and mixed that with some minced garlic and put them on top of the mushrooms. Oh yeah I also used the Big portabello (3) of them and still had leftover mix. So 4 large potabella's would be great, I just bought small ones to use as the mix. Thanks, he has already asked me to invite him back for them again :)~
Guest Foodie April 11, 2006 REVIEW:
I had an appetizer party and these were the hit of the night (I had 10 different appetizers + veggie and cheese and cracker platters)I was very glad there were no nut products in case of alergies. 4 people asked the recipe. Very good and easy to make too.
DisplacedSoutherner March 10, 2006 REVIEW:
SMASHING!!! I thought I died and went to heaven when I tasted these! Really a knockout for parties too. Thanks for the great recipe!
ragdolly March 9, 2006 REVIEW:
The preparation easy, the taste good. The recipe was rather vague on how to cook the stuffed mushrooms. I put them in the pan that I fried the bacon in, with a light coat of bacon fat on the bottom, and baked them in that pan. Worked great. I used mushrooms that were about 1 1/2" across and they took about 30 minutes of cooking time to be cooked all the way through. We will have these often.
Member since: Mar 20, 2005
jennywinton83 April 11, 2005 REVIEW:
Absolutely fabulous, I wouldn't change a thing. The bacon added a wonderful flavor to the mushrooms.
Member since: Mar 29, 2005
carlamoose April 9, 2005 REVIEW:
I thought this recipe was delicious!! My mom isn't a big fan of mushrooms and she still loved them. I ended up using 4 slices of bacon rather than 6 because I had plenty of bacon.
Member since: Nov 30, 2004
froellm November 30, 2004 REVIEW:
Excellent and easy to make. Where a great start to a meal.
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