Wild Mushroom and Rice Timbales

  • tara31 Posted: 07/30/10
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    Excellent! Used dried chantarelles and served right out of the pan alongside baked tilapia and Two-Cheese Squash Casserole.

  • sirens0403 Posted: 10/30/09
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    Fantastic recipe! My guests loved it as an accompaniment to chicken.

  • 1hungeryferret Posted: 11/13/11
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    Wheeling, IL

    Easy to make and quite good. I used dried thyme, but I would suggest using fresh. Also, I would chop the button mushrooms the same size as the portobello. I had bought a quick cooking rice blend by mistake and I had a little wild rice left over from another recipe, so I cooked the wild rice the full 50 mins and threw in the quick cooking rice during the last 15 min. The texture came out to be perfect. Served them with beef tenderloin steaks with port reduction and blue cheese, and asparagus. I will definately make them again.

  • MBriggs Posted: 01/09/12
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    Easy & Tasty...My family isn't formal enough to use the ramekin for presentation purposes, but my 12 yr old & husband went back for 2nds! That is a sure sign!

  • hairbarb Posted: 08/12/12
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    awesome, sauteed mushrooms/onions in evoo and butter.even added some spinach(fresh)also didnt use dried mushrooms only baby bellas and white.did rice in a vegetable boullion.just amazing.

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