Stuffed mushrooms are a favorite appetizer here at Patty Cake’s Pantry. We have two other recipes for stuffed mushrooms on our site. There’s the recipe for stuffed mushrooms that are made in the oven, and there’s the recipe for slow cooker stuffed mushrooms. These seafood stuffed mushrooms are inspired by a comment from my friend, Brenda. She mentioned in a comment on one of my posts that she actually stuffs her mushrooms with stuffing and tops them with Parmesan cheese. While her method was delicious, I wanted to try something a little more complex. Besides, I was out of Parmesan […]
Roasted Onion and Mushroom Burgers with Potatoes is a one dish meal that gets a family friendly dinner on the table in no time. It’s simple, delicious, and is the perfect meal for a busy weeknight. I created this meal when my family requested burgers and roasted potatoes, but the burgers were still frozen, and my attention was needed in other places besides the kitchen.
Baker’s Man and I both love my Stuffed Mushrooms recipe, but I was wondering if there was another way to prepare them. I decided to see if it was possible to create Slow Cooker Stuffed Mushrooms. The result was wonderful. It was different than the original version in spite of almost identical ingredients, but it was still delicious. It’s good to know that if my oven is otherwise occupied, I can make stuffed mushrooms in my slow cooker.
Simple to make, grilled vegetables are loaded with the flavor of summer. These vegetables are extremely versatile, and depending up on your choice of seasoning, they can be made to be the perfect accompaniment to a variety of meat entrees. Of course, there is nothing quite as delicious as these grilled vegetables, so you’ll want to eat them by themselves, too. Since I was grilling pork chops coated with a Cajun spice rub, I opted for Cajun seasoning for these vegetables. I tend to treat all of the vegetables basically the same, when seasoning a batch for dinner. Only […]
What happens when you have a craving for Salisbury Steak, but the only ground meat you have is already frozen in the form of hamburger patties? It’s simple. You use those frozen hamburgers to make Salisbury Fake. Granted, other people might call these smothered burgers, but in my kitchen, they’re Salisbury Fake. The entire process is really rather simple. You being by browning the burgers in a skillet. We used four burgers, but this recipe could be made using 6 burger patties, too. Season each burger patties with 1/4 teaspoon of garlic salt, 1/4 teaspoon onion powder, and 1/8 teaspoon […]
A co-worker, Joyce, introduced me to these simple yet delicious stuffed mushrooms. When she first told me how she made them, I didn’t believe her. There was no way it was that easy to make delicious, man pleasing, stuffed mushrooms. I won’t admit to calling her a liar to her face, but I think we’ll both agree that I implied it. It was too simple. The unbelievable part is that these mushrooms were made with just 3 ingredients—breakfast sausage, mushrooms, and cream cheese. That’s the entire list of ingredients, and in six simple steps, you have stuffed mushrooms. You can […]
This salad made me think of a silly riddle that I read many years ago. It was one of three or four riddles that were in a little book inside a box of Cracker Jack’s. For some reason, I still remember it. Here’s the riddle. Question: How did the farmer pay his bills? Answer: With his Celery (Salary) I heard that groan, but it’s OK. The riddle is pretty bad, isn’t it? My mother claimed that I referred to Celery as Celery/Salary for weeks after. I don’t think I fully understood the riddle when I read it which is probably […]