Crab Luau Leaf Stuffed Crimini Mushrooms
Crab Luau Leaf Stuffed Crimini Mushrooms for the Win!
It was Superbowl LII (aka 2018) this past year and one of our Managers from Tiki’s Grill & Bar had made some fantastic crabbed stuffed mushrooms and thought it was a great way to showcase these mushrooms from SmallKine Farms in Waimanalo for this Kitchen Creations showcase.
The versatility of this recipe
Mushrooms are so versatile and can be used for so many things. Make this dish your own! Put what you LOVE in this. From meats to other veggies, there are so many different ways to make a stuffed mushroom your own (in my experience, cheese always make things tastier).
Using locally sourced ingredients supports your local farmers and is a great reason to get out and shop in a different way. Talk about Farm to Table, right!
What’s a crimini mushroom, you might ask? It’s just another name for a baby portabella, so don’t be shy about using it if you haven’t heard of it before.
Remember, have fun. Challenge yourself and see what others around you are making, and put your own spin on it. Imitation is the best form of flattery!Be creative with your version of a stuffed mushroom! #PortabellaMushroom #ChefRonnieDoesFarmToTable Click To Tweet
- LUAU LEAVES, COOKED THOROUGHLY ½ cup
- BOURSIN CHEESE 1 Pkg.
- CREAM CHEESE ½ cup
- PARMESAN CHEESE, shredded 1 cup
- MAYONNAISE 1 cup
- PANKO ½ cup
- CRAB MEAT 2 small cans (4.25oz) ea.
- SMALL KINE FARMS CRIMINI MUSHROOMS About 20
- • Preheat Oven to 375 degrees
- • Mix everything but the crab and the mushrooms.
- • Fold in the crab so the pieces don’t break up to small.
- • Wash & dry the mushroom and remove the stem.
- • Stuff mushrooms and bake until golden brown…serve.