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Stuffed Mushrooms ~ A New Favorite Holiday Side Dish


While at my mom's one evening babysitting my niece, I was flipping through her Midwest Living magazine and came upon a recipe for stuffed mushrooms. Rick loves stuffed mushrooms so I confiscated the magazine and planned to make them for our Thanksgiving meal. I knew it called for mushrooms and sausage, and that was all I could remember.

The day before Thanksgiving I went to the grocery store to pick up the final fixins' for dinner and couldn't find that magazine anywhere! And I wanted to make that recipe so bad! So, I went where us women always go when we want a good recipe … I went to the Pioneer Woman. And, she did not disappoint!

I made her amazing stuffed mushrooms and my gang gobbled them up! (no pun intended)


The only changes I made to the recipe were using chicken broth instead of white wine and using Kraft grated parmesan cheese (straight from the plastic container) instead of fresh grated (because I didn't have any). I also used Italian Sausage. They still turned out fabulous!!

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  1. Your version actually sounds easier! I'm going to try them. I love mushrooms too. :)

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