Unstuffed Mushrooms

Written by chanie on November 12th, 2015

Thanksgiving is coming up and all I can think about is stuffing. Particularly cornbread stuffing. It’s my absolute favorite! Make that chorizo cornbread stuffing and Ill take two portions please :)

Believe it or not, I did not grow up celebrating Thanksgiving. My mom used to make us turkey sandwiches, just for kicks. And sometimes she’d make some Thanksgiving dishes for Shabbat the week of Thanksgiving. I always wanted to experience the whole turkey-gravy-stuffing-pumpkin pie-cranberry sauce-green bean casserole smorgasbord, but I’m kind of too lazy to make it all! Lucky for me, my friend Melinda from kitchen-tested is doing the whole shebang, and I kind of invited myself over! Melinda is an amazing cook and I cannot wait to see what she has up her chef”s sleeve. Make sure to follow me on Instagram, because I will definitely be posting pics from that sure-to-be-epic meal!

Speaking of lazy, this unstuffed mushroom recipe can also be called lazy stuffed mushrooms, because that is, in fact, what it is. I was digging through my fridge for a side dish the other week, and I found all the ingredients I would need to make stuffed mushrooms. Except I was too lazy to make stuffed mushrooms, so I made unstuffed ones! I added some roasted chestnuts and Chardonnay for a truly festive dish, perfect for your Thanksgiving meal!

This post is sponsored by kosherwine.com. All opinions are my own. 

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  1. Ruchie says:

    I made these last night and they were AMAZING!! I love that your measurements are always so precise – the mushrooms, chestnuts and spinach all came in the package size indicated. The flavors were wonderful and this is definitely a keeper!

  2. Perla says:

    I made this for Shabbos and it was a huge hit, thank you!

  3. BIB follower says:

    These were beyond incredible, and so easy to make. Keep your amazing recipes coming!

  4. nehama Silvers says:

    Hi Chanie, do you think these can be made in advance and warmed up again for a yom tov meal?

    thanks!

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