We have guests in the kitchen! Loreto & Nicoletta of SugarLoveSpices are sharing their recipe for these scrumptious spring rolls that are sure to impress.
Not fried but baked, these spring rolls are the perfect delicious finger food or appetizer. Crispy and crunchy with a most luxurious earthy plump mushroom filling and taken up a notch with fresh thyme and sage. Let’s not forget the cheese, with the addition of goat cheese and gruyere all nestled in these lovely parcels! For added flavour a side of garlic aioli, delicious for the dipping!
In 2020, Mushrooms Canada and Ontario Lamb hosted a Student Chef Challenge at Durham College. This challenge showcased how the flavours from fresh Ontario mushrooms and Ontario lamb combine deliciously to produce outstanding dishes. The competition was open to student teams from Ontario College Culinary Management programs.
My name is Alisa Infanti and I am the recipe developer and food photographer for The Delicious Spoon. I live in Hamilton, Ontario and am a wife and mom of two so I understand how important it is to be able make a meal for my family that is as easy to make as it is delicious!
Crumbled Italian sausage, tangy blue cheese and crunchy pork rinds all stuffed into tasty little mushroom cap bites. Sausage & blue cheese stuffed mushrooms are the perfect appetizers to start a meal or to share with friends over a bottle of red!
We have a guest in our kitchen today! Carole of The Yum Yum Factor is sharing the recipe to her favourite appetizer with us!
This is my new favourite appetizer, although I have been known to make it my dinner from time to time as well. You may be unfamiliar with the Maras and Black Kurdish chilis, but you can order the Turkish chili flakes online if you can’t find them in the store. They are absolutely worth the eﬀort because they both give a wonderful, earthy, slightly smoky flavour with a subtle hint of heat and are the bomb when used to season mushrooms. I also find switching out the chickpeas with white beans results in a lighter, less grainy dip with a more neutral flavour, so that these mushrooms can really shine. Scoop it all up with plenty of pita, baguette or sourdough and it’s up to you whether you use pumpkin seeds or the more expensive pine nut, but just make sure you use one of them because the crunch they provide is needed to balance out the smoothness of the bean dip.
Hi everyone! My name is Renée Kohlman and Sweetsugarbean is my food blog I’ve been writing for nine years. I live in beautiful Saskatoon, Saskatchewan where I happily whip up delicious creations in my little green kitchen. Being a chef as well as a food writer and recipe developer, I’m lucky to have turned my passion for all things food into a career I love. I’m in the midst of working on my second cookbook: Vegetables: A Love Story, and it will be released in the fall of 2021. The last several months have been very busy, and I’m so proud of the work I’ve done so far. In case you’re wondering, yes, there will be a chapter devoted to Mushrooms and I can’t wait for you to see those delicious recipes. Free time (remind me what that is again) includes Netflix, reading, and spending time with my guy Dixon and four cats.