Servings: four to six as an appetizer.
Portobellos or large shiitakes are ideal for this recipe, but good-size button mushrooms will work just as well.
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This recipe is wonderful.SImple and easy, perfect for a quick meal after a busy day. My husband doesn't like sage so I used fresh rosemary. He ate it all and told me to write down this recipe so I don't forget it! Served it with grilled peppers and a loaf of french bread. There were no leftovers.
This is a simple recipe and can be modified to meet your needs. I usually use button mushrooms and do them in the oven. You can soften them upside down in the oven, let them cool, stuff them and refrigerate until ready to serve. Then just heat them through until the cheese melts.
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