~Recipe Thread Ping~
Recap of the last thread’s recipes:
Appetizers & Sandwiches _ Post#` 23 _ Bacon Wrapped Olives
Appetizers & Sandwiches _ Post#` 46 _ Easy Chili Cheese Tomatoes
Appetizers & Sandwiches _ Post#` 47 _ Zucchini Oven Chips
Beef _ Post#` 18 _ Slow Cooker Beef and Tomatoes
Beef _ Post#` 31 _ Shepherds Pie
Drink _ Post#` 21 _ Limoncello
Drink _ Post#` 29 _ Krupnikas (Boilo)
Pasta _ Post#` 13 _ Shrimp macaroni Salad
Pasta _ Post#` 49 _ Spaghetti Bake
Pies _ Post#` 8 _ Betty Jeans Chocolate Pie
Pork _ Post#` 26 _ Pulled Pork Butt
Soups/Stews/Chilis _ Post#` 24 _ Chicken, Sausage, Oyster and Shrimp Gumbo
Vegetables _ Post#` 16 _ Boston Baked Beans
Vegetables _ Post#` 22 _ Tomato and Bell Pepper Salad
Vegetables _ Post#` 50 _ Crockpot Peas
I make a simple appetizer every year that gets rave reviews. It is a seafood stuffed mushroom which calls for three ingredients.
Fresh mushrooms- cleaned and de-stemmed
Kajun Krab dip (found at Kroger’s in the seafood dept near the sushi)
White American cheese (the one in the plastic individual wrapper or you could use maybe parmesan cheese)
Use teaspoon to fill each cap and place on greased baking sheet. Place a small piece of cheese on top of each- enought to cover the seafood dip. Bake at 350 degrees for about fifteen minutes or until the mushrooms are baked through.
I am not a fan of ‘redneck cooking’ (combining precooked or premade items and presenting it as a culinary masterpiece) but these get rave reviews from EVERYONE.