Stuffed Baby Portobella Caps

This recipe is great because you don't really have to stick to it. As long as you have a large quantity of parmesan, stuffed mushrooms can really be filled with anything you have lying around, but I kept these guys pretty simple. This is also why essentially every stuffed or filled food (ravioli, dumplings, calzones, gyoza... mmm!) is probably going to make my favorites list: the stuffing possibilities are endless and it's like opening a present in your mouth!
Stuffed Baby Portobello Caps
6-8 baby portobellos ( I just made a small batch)
2 cloves garlic, minced 
1/2 c fresh bread crumbs
1 tsp rosemary
1 tsp oregano
1/2 c parmesan cheese, grated
2 small tomatoes, sliced
Salt and Pepper
1-2 tbsp vegetable or other cooking oil - olive oil has a low smoking point so you aren't really supposed to cook with it

Preheat the oven to 375ยบ F
-Remove the stems from the mushrooms, chop roughly, and cook them in oil over medium to medium-high heat with the garlic until they are thoroughly cooked and the oil is nearly absorbed
-Add the bread crumbs to absorb any remaining oil, or add a bit more oil for the bread to absorb if necessary
-Add the rosemary and oregano and cook for a couple more minutes on reduced heat
-Transfer the mushroom and bread crumb mixture in a bowl
-Once the mushroom/breadcrumbs have cooled slightly, add the parmesan and mix thoroughly while adding a bit of salt and pepper
-Place mushroom caps in an oiled baking dish and drizzle some oil over the tops, then stuff with mushroom/breadcrumb mixture
-Place the tomato slices on the stuffed caps, top with parmesan, and bake for approximately 30 minutes!


10 comments :

RainCooper 2/28/11, 6:54 AM  

OMG these look so yum X

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darcyeats 2/28/11, 8:21 AM  

These look straight up awesome! I love stuffed mushrooms. Great recipe.

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LaU 2/28/11, 8:41 AM  

yummy!!
xoxo


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Kathryn 2/28/11, 1:48 PM  

Oh my gosh- YUM! I am totally addicted to portabella mushrooms, but I had no idea there were such things as mini portabellas...I need to try this recipe ASAP!

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galatea. 2/28/11, 2:51 PM  

oh myy xx

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CMA 2/28/11, 5:44 PM  

beautiful!

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Snow Black 2/28/11, 7:11 PM  

Your recipes look yummy ;-)

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Mika 3/1/11, 3:53 AM  

I usualy stuff mushrooms just with bread crumbs garlic olive oil and parsley, but your version seems super delicious...

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Lex 3/2/11, 12:39 PM  

I love making stuffed mushrooms because you really can toss anything in them. I love the tomatoes on top in these ones. I will have to try that out next time.

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Rand T 3/3/11, 6:30 AM  

wow YUMMM this is really nice love it xx

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