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You Need to Try This Amazing Stuffed Mushrooms Recipe


You Need to Try This Amazing Stuffed Mushrooms Recipe

Stuffed mushrooms are always a huge hit at parties, but they can be expensive to make when you use crab meat. That’s why you'll love this recipe, with only a few ingredients they are amazingly delicious. For adults only (or children with tolerance for spiciness) use the spicy pork sausage. The mushrooms just melt in your mouth. People will be amazed when they find out how easy it was for you to make these; they will be asking about round two.

How to Relieve a Hot Mouth

We've all been there. We eat something that's too spicy for our tolerance level, and suddenly our mouth is on fire. With the spicy pork that this recipe uses, you might find yourself falling victim to a hot mouth once more. Follow this advice, and you'll be good to go.

First, don't reach for a glass of water! That might seem like a good idea, but it's actually a terrible one. What makes your mouth burn is oil-based, so it won't be washed away by water. In fact, water will only spread it around more in your mouth. This is why the spiciness can actually get worse after drinking water.

Instead, reach for a glass of dairy or something acidic. Milk is likely going to be everyone's choice, but a yogurt drink will work too. On the acid side, go for a glass of orange juice. Both types of drink have compounds that help neutralize spice, relieving your mouth.

If you don't have access to a dairy or acidic drink, the only other option you have is to try to brush your teeth. This may or may not help; it all depends on whether or not you're able to get to where the spice is. Remember to avoid rinsing your mouth with water in the process!

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Appetizer, Baked, Beef, Cheese, Cooking

Amazing Stuffed Mushrooms Recipe

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20 large mushrooms (white button mushrooms)
8 ounces cream cheese (chopped into small cubes)
1 lb. bulk spicy or regular pork sausage
1 green onion, chopped
Parmesan cheese


1. Brown pork sausage and crumble well.

2. Drain sausage from skillet, leaving a thin coating of oil behind and sauté chopped onions until tender.

3. Return sausage to pan with onions and add cream cheese.

4. Over low heat stir sausage, onions, and cream cheese until well blended.

5. Remove stems from mushrooms and stuff each mushroom cap with the mixture. Top each with parmesan cheese.

6. Bake at 350 degrees F for 20-25 minutes until heated through. Serves 10.

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