Stuffed Mushrooms

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Try this Stuffed Mushrooms recipe, and you may even get the kids to actually enjoy and like eating mushrooms for dinner sometimes. A stuffed mushroom recipe is not very difficult to make, although the mushroom recipe can sometimes have quite a few ingredients that you need to blend together in order to make the filling that goes in to them. As well, mushrooms generally need to be carefully brushed (never washed) in order to prepare them for baking. Sometimes, larger mushrooms also have their middles scooped out in order to be able to stuff the mushrooms more and better with less hassle and trouble. In this mushroom recipe, it might be worthwhile to try the practice of mise en place in order to be sure that you do not miss or confuse any of the ingredients that are part of this dish.

Mise en place is a French term that describes a certain baking and cooking process. Although in cooking there is some so called wiggle room that allows you to play with the ingredients and even exchange some of them, in most baking that is nearly impossible to do. The process of mise en place simply helps to ensure that you use the ingredients that you are supposed to have in the recipe, and use them in the order that they are called for (which can sometimes be an important part of the recipe). Mise en place means in its place. So this process does two things. First, it is the process of putting all of the ingredients that are called for in the recipe in order in front of you (that is, you take them out of the cupboard and fridge and line them up) so that you have them ready for you to use. That helps you do two things. First, you will immediately know whether you actually have all of the ingredients that you need for any particular recipe. So you will not get part way through a recipe and realize that you are missing an important ingredient. Second, it ensures that you do use all of the ingredients. Since they are right in front of you, you are not likely to forget the seasoning. So this practice can save you a lot of mistakes as well as time and effort when you are making foods such as this mushroom recipe where there are quite a few ingredients to think about. So enjoy this mushroom recipe. It has plenty of great ingredients that will create big flavor, and that means the entire family is going to enjoy this great dish. Make some soon, and make lots of them because everyone is going to be popping mushrooms.

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 mushrooms. * 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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