Friday, October 1, 2010

Culinary... Friday? (Sammin Stuffed Mushies.)

Well since I used Thursday to tells you guys about Booshi's relocation, I decided to make today Culinary Friday, which feels verreh strange to me but whatevers, I wanted to get this recipe up! Me and my mommeh maked this up as we went, and it turned out to be the BEST stuffed mushie I's ever had. You has to try it.

We starts out wif a nice size sammin fillet. We has these in our freezer most of the time, so we just taked one out to defrost and then putted it on a foil-covered baking tray. Preheat the oven to 350F and pop it in for 15 to 20 minnits. (We covers trays wif foil all the time cause my mommeh hates to wash dishes.)

While the sammin is baking, put three pieces of turkey bacon in a pan and crisp them up! Mmm!

And while you has that going, you can gets the mushies ready by taking the stems out. Do this to 18 mushies. Save the stems!

We has a little chopper thingie, but you can does it by hand if you has to. Chop up (pretty fine) all the mushie stems and half a cup of onion.

By now your bacons are done, so lay them on paper towel to cool and drain, then tear into little pieces wif your hands. Set aside. You can use the same pan wifout rinsing to melt 2/3 of a stick of butters.

When the butters is melted, throw in your chopped stems and onions, and grind in some black peppers. Sautee over medium heat.

By now your sammin is done, so after letting it cool a bit drop it into a bowl and smush it up! Make sure to taste-test of course. Ohhhhh delishus.

Add in half a cup of seasoned whole wheat breadcrumbs.

Then throw in your butter-mushie-onion mixture, your bacon pieces, and one generous squeeze of honey. Stir and smash it all up!

Now it's time to stuff the mushies. Get your first one ready.

Spoon the stuffing into the mushie, and pack it in as tightly as you cans.

Then takes your spoon and make a nice round mound of more stuffing on the top, so it looks like that.

Do that to all the mushie caps, laying them out on a foil-covered pan as you go. We putted a little cooking spray on ours too, so nothing would get stucks. Brush tops wif a bit of melty butters.

Into a 425F oven for 20 minnits, and they comes out like this.

Plate some up.



  1. OMC! You made both me AND my human hungry! This is your best recipe yet, Attie!

  2. Wowie, Attie, that looks very extra delicious!

  3. Ooooo.....Attie the Gourmet! I'm going to have to try this one this weekend. Thanks Attie!

  4. OMC THIS LOOKS SOOOO DELICIOUS!! What a great cook you are Attie!! When is the cookbook coming out? You need to publish one (WITH PHOTOS!!!)
    Ok where did you ever get that GORGEOUS salmon filet?
    This recipe looks relatively easy too...I love to cook and I might have to get my paws busy on this one!
    Thanks so much for sharing!

  5. holy crap!! It looks like a yummmmE Friday
    Benny & Lily

  6. Wow Attie that is a cool recipe! Mom doesn't like mushies, but she thinks that she might make them for other people (she does that when we have parties or things - makes stuff she may not like for other people who do). And wow, we learned something new - turkey bacon! It is turkey and bacon in one - that is amazing. Mom gets turkey and she gets bacon but never got that turkey bacon - we are going to need to have a talk with her on this one!!

  7. This looks very delish, esp the salmon steak. TW lines her baking pans w/foil also. I will have to talk her into making this recipe. BTW Attie, do you know Zachary Rabbit, who does the anipal cooking show? Maybe you can team up.

  8. Those look super yummy!!!! Specially the pic where they come outta the oven with all the yummies dripping over the sides!

  9. You had me at butter....


  10. Oh I sure wish I could at least catch a whiff of that cooking!

  11. Oh, boy...That looks fantastic. Could your mom please come and cook for our mom? She loves both salmon and mushrooms!

  12. Our mom is drooling over those!
    Your's makes it look so easy and fun to invent recipies. Our mom has no creativity.

  13. Attie, our mouths are watering!!! YUMMO!!

    You gotta get your own cooking are great!!

  14. Gee Attie!!! You do a wonderful gourmet blog ;)
    You pick yummy recipes . WE need ti keep checking this out!!
    Mmmmm,bet it smells great!!
    Purrs Mickey,Georgia & Tillie

  15. In a word: yum! We are all drooling here- great creation by you and your mum, Attie. Those would be good party appetizers.

    -Pip, Smidgen, Minnie

  16. Oh, that looks so nommy, and you were such a great helper, Attie!

  17. Attie, Our Mommy thinks she lubs your Mom! Or at least her cooking...heh heh. Those mushies look fantastic AND easy.

  18. Attie - Why is it that our MOM can't cook?
    Is there anything we can do to get her butt moving???

    Love, Lucky & Co

    P:S: We can see our MOM salivating as she reads your post!!!! Talk about manners!

  19. Heavens to Betsy those looks delicious! You are a master kitty chef! Thanks for sharing the recipe.

    Guess what? My mom person & I have created a new blog at

    We'd love it if you would come over and check it out & become a member. It's a great new place for pet bloggers to find each other, and get an opportunity to be a featured blog!

    Nubbin wiggles,

  20. Om nom nom nom! I am not much for the human fudz, but these look just delishus!

    Also, we is sorry that BA misses her Bun-Bun friend; you will have to be extra-nice to her. Maybe give her one of those mushies?

  21. You know, that salmon looks very yummy but our Teri wants to know where you got your stunning collar from...see, humans are funny but our Teri isn't a fishy fan...


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