It’s getting colddderrrrrr and Autumn is finally gracing us with all its wonderful cozinesssss yayyyy. And what does all this mean I hear you ask? STUFFED MUSHROOMS for starters – literally for starters! Along with all the other glorious comfort foods that are perfect for chilly evenings like soups and pies, a stuffed mushroom for me is the epitome of Autumn cooking. What is contained in the filling can vary widely which makes them even more exciting. Here is one recipe idea — perfect for starters/appetisers or even a main meal accompanied with some delicious vegetables.
You will need…
🍁 3 portobello mushrooms
🍂 1-2 cloves of garlic, finely chopped or 1 1/2 tsp garlic purée
🍁 1 handful spinach, finely chopped
🍄 1/4 courgette, chopped
🍂 1 1/2 handfuls grated mozzarella
🍁 Soy sauce
🍂 Walnut oil
🍁 Bread (1 slice chopped into fine breadcrumbs)
How to make:
1) Preheat your oven to 200°C. Peel the mushrooms and scoop out the brown insides and the stipe…stalk…?…just remove it haha and break into small chunks and (along with the brown part) put in a large jug.