Easy Stuffed Mushrooms
Mushrooms have become an increasingly popular dish, and today, even in your local grocery store, you can often find a wide range of mushrooms to choose from. This recipe for Easy Stuffed Mushrooms uses the regular white button mushrooms that might be the most common form you can find. So you can be sure to be able to get the ingredients you need for this dish. And stuffed mushrooms are a wonderful dish to prepare for the family. They are a little bit special to make, and look lovely when served en masse on a platter for dinner. They are great with just about any thing you might have in mind for dinner, and also served just on their own. So you could make them as an appetizer, or possibly as a snack in the evening, if dinner was lighter fare, and stomachs start rumbling around 9 pm!
Mushrooms are also quite nutritious, and different varieties have different configurations with respect to their nutritional value. Some times, though, because of the emphasis on eating plenty of colorful veggies, mushrooms might get left behind. As well, they are not technically a plant, but a fungi, which might leave people a little cold about eating them. But they are a wonderfully flavorful little thing that you should learn to enjoy. And they are packed with nutrients, and we have known for a long time that eating well and from a wide range of good foods that our diet can have a very positive impact on our good health. And mushrooms can help that, too.
Learning to eat natural foods like mushrooms instead of commercially prepared, processed and pre-packaged foods can help with issues of obesity, heart health and even diabetes. The research list is long on how much benefit we can get when we switch to good unprocessed foods like mushrooms that are called for in this recipe. So try this great recipe and get more fresh veggies and fruits in to the food plan of your family. Enjoy this one soon!
Nutrition Facts for: Stuffed Mushrooms From The Girl Who Ate Everything
Ingredients: White button mushrooms, hot pork sausage, onion, garlic cloves, cream cheese, egg yolk, parmesan cheese, dry white wine, salt, pepper.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 24 mushroom. * Per Mushroom: Calories 118, Calories from Fat 60, Total Fat 6.7g 10%, Saturated Fat 3.6g 18%, Cholesterol 50mg 17%, Sodium 195mg 8%, Potassium 124mg 4%, Carbohydrates 1.0g 0%, Dietary Fiber 0.1g 0%, Sugars 0.2g, Protein 12.5g, Vitamin A 4% · Vitamin C 1%,Calcium 6%, Iron 4%
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