April 9, 2009

St. Andre and Crab Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms



Have you ever tried a "triple cream" cheese? If not you really should! It's decadent, rich and creamy and so very delicious! I recently had an opportunity to try some St.Andre triple cream cheese for the first time and decided to make some sinfully delicious crab stuffed mushrooms with it. I was cooking for my family and a couple of friends and they all seemed to enjoy these very much. These were rich... not something you would want to eat everyday, but something I would reserve for a special occasion. I will definitely make these again!

Ingredients:
10 portobello mushrooms
16 oz. fresh crab meat flaked into small pieces
12 oz. St.Andre cheese
1/2 cup chopped green onion
1 cup chopped red bell pepper
1 cup chopped celery
1 Tablespoon + 1 Teaspoon olive oil
Handful of chopped flat leaf parsley
2 teaspoons Old Bay seasoning
1/2 to 1 cup Panko bread crumbs (divided in half)
Fresh grated Parmesan cheese

Method:
Preheat over to 400* F

Clean the mushrooms of all dirt with a damp paper towel. Remove stems. Using a spoon, remove the dark gills on the underside of each mushroom.

In a medium bowl combine crab and cheese and combine throughly. Add onions and parsley, mix. Set aside.

In a medium saute pan, heat olive oil and saute red pepper and celery until slightly tender but not mushy.

Add sauted pepper and celery to crab and cheese mixture and combine well. Add Old Bay seasoning and Panko crumbs until you have a firm enough texture to stuff the mushrooms. About 1/2 cup of Panko.

Stuff each mushroom with crab and cheese mixture. Cover entire surface to the edges of the mushroom. Placed stuffed mushrooms on a baking sheet coated lightly with olive oil. Sprinkle a little Panko on top of each mushroom and place in the oven for 10 minutes.

Remove from the oven and sprinkle a bit of grated Parmesan cheese on top of each mushroom and place back into the oven for another 10 minutes.

Serve immediately. Serves 5 as a main course, 10 as a side or starter.

39 comments:

  1. Looks and sounds totally delish Jo!

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  2. Oh my, I love stuffed shrooms. Looking good!

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  3. Yum! Crab, portobello mushrooms, and cheese! That's what I'm talking about!

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  4. Good Heavens that looks decadent!! Triple cream cheese you say? Count me in!

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  5. These sound wonderful! St. Andres is a fave which I love to spoon on crusty bread. We love stuffed mushrooms and these truly sound delicious.

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  6. Nope, have never had triple cream cheese. Sounds like something I should stay away from LOL! These look quite yummy!!

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  7. Oh. My. Goodness. Now that looks amazing. Yum!

    +Jessie

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  8. That looks so good. I love triple cream cheese and those mushrooms look amazing!

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  9. This looks and sounds so colorfully YUMMY! It has all of my favorite ingredients. I look forward to try making it. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Now drooling away...

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  10. I've never had triple cream cheese, but I'm sure I'd love it! Those mushrooms wouldn't last long around me! LOL!

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  11. THESE LOOK AMAAAAZZZZZINNG!!!!!! WOW....Thanks for sending me the "stumble" absolutely thumbs up on this!!! Emma

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  12. I've never had that cheese before, but I definitely want to try it! The mushrooms look delicious.

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  13. Triple cream cheese, huh? I'm intrigued. :)

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  14. Love the St. Andre! We made a puff pastry with crab dish a few months ago with it and it is a PERFECT pairing. I wish I was a guest in your home that night!

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  15. Oooh now I'm loving this! Portobello mushrooms are just the best and with crab and cheese they must be amazing!
    I will print this out - Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Looks like heaven! Are you using fresh king crab, or canned?

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  17. OMG!! This looks fantastic, love it!! Triple cream cheese? Portabellos, omg yum!

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  18. I love stuffed mushrooms. this looks so good!

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  19. is there anything else i can use to substitute old bay seasoning? i have so many seasonings and dont want to buy more.

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  20. I love stuffed portabellos! Thanks for this.

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  21. Looks amazing! Glad you are back!

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  22. o_o WOW. This sounds like one amazeing dish! And the photagraphy is superb! This is a whole new level of photography. I hope other food photographers will follow in your footsteps, because you are paving the path for them! Good luck to you on your fantastic blog!

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  23. Love mushrooms and these sure do look delicious.

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  24. This looks amazing! I have never had triple cream cheese, but I'm on the lookout now to try it!

    I will definitely have to try this recipe.

    ;)amy

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  25. Oh, I love St. Andre. It's just perfect with fruit... and I'll bet it rocks in these mushrooms! Double YUM.

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  26. HoneyB ... thanks so much! :)

    Maria ... they were sooo good :) thank you!

    Kelly .... :) thanks!

    justeatfood ... come on over! :)

    kellypea... thanks Kelly :)

    RecipeGirl ... yes, not so good on the waistline... but everyone needs to spurge once in a while! Thanks :)

    The Hungry Mouse... thank you Honey :)

    Judy@nofearentertaining... thank you so much! :) *hug*

    Susan Echaore-McDavid... I hope you enjoy them as much as we did :) thank you for coming by!

    Patsyk ... thanks :) They were really good... didn't last long around us either ;)

    moderngirlskitchen... thank you so much for stopping by! :)

    Sara ... that cheese is amazing... one of my favorites now for sure :) thanks!

    Bob... such good stuff... try it, you'll love it, I promise! Thanks :)

    Laurie.... thank you :)

    Jan... thanks... let me know how you liked it!

    Heidi from Savory Tv... I used fresh claw meat here, but certainly you could use canned if you HAD to. I always prefer fresh though :) thanks!

    Donna-FFW... thank you :)

    The Food Hunter... thanks so much! :)

    deadpets ... I left you a comment for the old bay... thanks for stopping by!

    Rebecca.... us too... so so good :) thank you!

    Olga ... thank you angel... sometimes life just gets so busy round here and the food blog is what can wait, if need be. :)

    ChaosX .... thank you love... you are the best son a mom could ask for. *hugs and kisses* I love you!

    Jo... thank you so much :)

    Calm In The Kitchen... thanks for stopping by Amy :)

    Lo ... :) it was GOOD, thank you!

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  27. That looks really good. I love crab and St. Andre cheese. Never thought about having them together though. Thanks for the recipe!

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  28. Mmm nice crust on top of the crab. Triple cream cheese sounds so decadent. All of a sudden my cheddar in the freezer sounds so dull.

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  29. This is pure love a portobello stuffed with crab! Heaven!

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  30. judyfoodie... thank you :) These were really delicious :)

    Jude... thanks! It was divine :)

    Cynthia... LOL thank you :)

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  31. This recipe is too nice to only read it!!

    Gabi @ Mamaliga

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  32. You always have such great recipes, this sounds fantastic. :)

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  33. Gabi... thank you :)

    Sophie.... thank you so much!

    Justin... :0) thanks!

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  34. Catchin' up on my Stumbles!
    These sound wonderful; you're such a good cook.

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  35. Jill@SimpleDailyRecipes.com... thank you Jill :) so are you, my friend!

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  36. Great idea - I'm going to try it tonight, but will have to improvise around triple cream cheese. I only have the single kind, but I appreciate learning about this. Crab stuffed anything is the way to go - thanks
    Julie's Kitchen

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  37. Julie... thank you so much. I do hope you enjoy these :)

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  38. We're having these today as part of our Thanksgiving. They're ready to cook and look delicious! Of course I nibbled a bit on the crab and cheese mix before stuffing the mushrooms ... WOW! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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