This is recipe was sent to me by Paulding & Company, a full catering kitchen based in San Francisco boasting vast opportunities for bonding and excitement founded by mother-daughter duo Tracy and Terry Paulding.
This is the perfect, delicious quick and easy dish that’s packed with tons of flavor and perfect for any occasion.
Yield: 32 pieces
▪ 32 medium-sized brown mushrooms (crimini)
▪ 2 medium shallots
▪ 2 Tbs. butter
▪ 1 cup fresh sourdough breadcrumbs (or dry bread crumbs, if you don’t have fresh, but use ½ as much)
▪ ½ Lb. raw peeled chopped and deveined shrimp
▪ ¼ cup chopped parsley
▪ pinch cayenne pepper or shake of Tabasco
▪ salt to taste and freshly ground black pepper
▪ 1 cup freshly grated Grana padano or Parmesan
▪ 1/3 cup mayonnaise (Best foods-not a sweetened one!)
▪ 2 Tbs. parsley
▪ Paprika for sprinkling on after they bake
Carefully clean and stem mushrooms, reserving stems. Line up mushrooms on a parchment lined half-sheet pan.
Finely chop shallots and mushroom stems. Combine, sauté in butter over medium heat until all their water is reabsorbed. Combine with remaining ingredients except paprika, taste for seasoning and adjust. Stuff caps with filling. May be made up to one day in advance and refrigerated, covered.
Preheat oven to 350° F. Bake 15 minutes or more until browned. Serve warm but not too hot to pick up, with a shake of paprika on top. The trick is to be generous with the stuffing and not generous with the bread crumbs, so that what you taste is the seafood.
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With a squeeze of lemon to finish? Delicioso!
Wow! Easy, fast and delicious recipe! Muchas gracias!
These stuffed mushrooms look so GOOD! The shrimp filling would be great for sweet peppers too.
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Great and easy to follow recipe. Thanks 🙂
I love stuffed mushrooms in almost any incarnation, but these look particularly yummy.
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