In search of Portobello and shrimp recipe for New Year's yummies
December 30, 2011 10:05 AM   Subscribe

Help me make Portobello mushrooms + small frozen shrimp = delicious New Year's eve hors d'oeuvre?

While shopping at our local farmers' market today for New Year's goodies, we found some nice Portobellos, and then picked up some frozen shrimp (small size). Do you happen to have a personal favorite recipe that features these two lovelies together in a beautiful relationship?
posted by taz to Food & Drink (9 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
I would make up a batch of something like this, stuff the mushroom caps with it and bake.
posted by Faint of Butt at 10:11 AM on December 30, 2011


Not something I have personally made, but I have never found a recipe on Simply Recipes to go wrong and had been eyeing their shrimp dip recipe for a while. If I were you, I'd liberally salt and pepper and oil the mushrooms, roast for a little while in the oven, then spoon this mixture into them (brought to room temperature), top with some cheese and breadcrumbs if you'd like then broil briefly to get the tops browned and the shrimp mixture heated.
posted by peacheater at 10:24 AM on December 30, 2011


Perhaps you could make a variation of shrimp and grits. Change the grits to a heartier polenta. Mound the polenta onto sauteed portabella caps and top with the shrimp.
posted by Verdant at 10:31 AM on December 30, 2011


You could serve mushroom stuffed tomatoes and Tomates Crevettes, or Shrimp Croquettes with mushroom sauce.
posted by iviken at 10:38 AM on December 30, 2011


Skewer shrimp and mushroom chunks, baste with balsamic vinaigrette, and grill. Easy to eat.
posted by halfbuckaroo at 10:45 AM on December 30, 2011


This?
posted by Martha My Dear Prudence at 11:01 AM on December 30, 2011


I've made the Simply Recipes shrimp dip and it is quite delicious, but I don't think I would be quite so good warmed up and served as mushroom filling.

If it were me, I would go with something like this.
posted by ephemerista at 11:06 AM on December 30, 2011


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posted by ephemerista at 11:07 AM on December 30, 2011


Thanks, everyone. They're all best answers, but I've marked the ones I'm going to use. The two from Martha My Dear Prudence and ephemerista are nearly the same, and suit me very well because I have all the ingredients! Also, if I have any shrimp left over, I'm going to try peacheater's shrimp dip recipe.

Faint of Butt's recipe looks yummy, but has a lot of cheese, and since we'll be having cheese as well, might be too much of a good thing. Also will try ivken's Tomato Crevettes for a great summer dish since tomatoes aren't very flavorful at the moment.

(Verdant, I adore shrimp and grits! I used to make it all the time in the U.S., and a friend who visited even once brought me a big ol' bag of grits, so my husband and I are probably the only two people in Greece who have eaten shrimp and grits in Greece. I didn't think of trying it with polenta, and using it to top the mushrooms sounds brilliant, but unfortunately the only place I've found polenta so far charges a lot – like €7 for a regular-size box.)
posted by taz at 2:56 AM on December 31, 2011


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