Stuffed Mushroom Recipe With Italian Sausage
Stuffed Mushroom Recipe With Italian Sausage are another addition to the stuffed mushrooms. The earthiness from the mushrooms with delicious sausage filling will be welcomed by all age groups. You can even make these for any party starters and it makes for best finger food dish that is not just delicious but very healthy too. Roasting in oven and using very minimal cheese guarantees the health factor here. Serve Stuffed Mushroom Recipe With Italian Sausage as a party appetizer.
Take a look at more ways in which mushrooms can be stuffed
- 20 Button mushrooms , (or portobello mushrooms)
- 4 Pork sausage , (Italian sausage used here)
- 1 teaspoon Olive Oil , (extra virgin)
- 1 teaspoon Black pepper powder
- Salt , to taste
- 1 tablespoon Cream cheese
- 1 teaspoon Dried oregano
- 1 tablespoon Paprika powder
- 1 tablespoon Parsley leaves , finely chopped
- 1 tablespoon Cheese , grated (cheddar and parmesan)
How to make Stuffed Mushroom Recipe With Italian Sausage
To prepare Stuffed Mushroom Recipe With Italian Sausage, clean the mushrooms well. Wipe off any dirt on the mushrooms. Remove the stem and carefully scoop out the inside part. Keep aside.
Mince the Italian sausages.
In a bowl mix cream cheese, oregano, paprika powder, salt, pepper powder and mix well. Add the minced sausages and chopped parsley. Mix.
Rub little oil all over the mushrooms. Sprinkle some salt and pepper all over the mushrooms.
Place a teaspoon full the sausage cream cheese mix into the mushroom cavity.
Fill as much as possible into the mushrooms.
Now add a little-grated cheese over the mushrooms.
Pre heat oven to 150-degree celsius. Arrange the stuffed mushrooms over a baking tray.
Bake it for 12 - 18 minutes or until the chicken in cooked and starts to brown and cheese is melted fully.
Once cooked remove from oven and serve Stuffed Mushroom Recipe With Italian Sausage immediately as a starter/entree or evening snack.
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