This is just a wonderful way to serve Garlic Mushrooms and Onions. Whether you’re preparing a side dish or something to compliment your fish or steak, this recipe is just the way to go. There is however another alternative I would like you to consider…
Here I combine the ideas behind a Mushroom and Swiss, French Onion Soup and Stuffed Mushrooms. Then I wrap them up into one glorious recipe that just can’t be denied. The Broth soaks into the toasted garlic bread and that Swiss cheese just melts around every ingredient. So every bite you take it simply amazing!
If you’re interested in the two recipes that inspired this one check them out in the links below. Both recipes truly are the best of the best and definitely worth a look.
2 lbs Mushrooms, whole
1 Onion, sliced
3 Garlic Cloves, chopped
1/4 cup Fresh Parsley, chopped
1/2 cup Beef or Vegetable Broth, Aju is best
1 tbsp Butter
2 tbsp Olive or Vegetable Oil
Salt and Pepper to taste
Swiss Cheese, 1 for every slice of bread
This Smothered Salmon recipe is something I came up with years ago. My wife has a serious love for this fish so I wanted to create something that was undeniably the best and believe it or not, this recipe can be prepped and cooked in just 15 minutes. It has a Garlic, Wine and Butter Broth that is just amazingly smooth. I actually use this to saute the Onions and Peppers as well as steam the fish. I like to prop the Salmon right over the top of the veggies so the filet can steam from below as well as from above when I top the pan with a lid. Then after just a few short minutes I smother the fish with Mozzarella Cheese, then cover back up with the lid long enough for it to melt. Once it has, you have a perfectly cooked Salmon that is ready to serve. Total cooking time is, approximately, 6 to 7 minutes. And once it hits the plate, I dash pieces of Bacon, I sprinkle freshly chopped Parsley and then I splash some Balsamic Vinegar right over the top.
If you’re interested in seeing how I cook Halibut, Rockfish or Swai, check out the links below. I even have a Poor Man’s Lobster recipe if you’re interested.
1 Salmon Fillet
1/2 Bell Pepper
2 tsp minced garlic
1/2 cube butter
1/4 cup white wine
1/2 cup Mozzarella Cheese
1 tbsp fresh or dried Parsley
1 to 2 tbsp chopped Bacon or bits
1 tsp Balsamic Vinegar
Salt and Pepper Salmon to taste
Pinch of cayenne pepper
A Turkey Burger is way better than most people realize. I, for one, have been shockingly surprised. I’m telling you, this literally competes with the best beef burgers. In fact the only thing that would make this recipe any better is bacon! But, I think you’ll love the fresh veggie addition I use as an alternative to more meat and cheese because the patty is already thick enough. Besides who doesn’t love avocado?
Turkey Burger Sliders
One of the things I love about Turkey Burger Sliders is the health benefits. Turkey, as everyone knows, is much leaner. The problem is, because sliders are smaller, I tend to eat more of them. So I’m not really sure if I really benefiting from the lean meat because I tend to over eat, if I’m not careful. These burgers are so delicious, it’s hard to not eat more than two or three at time. But, if one is conscientious and can control their appetite, this can make a perfectly balanced meal.
Also, be sure to check out my Crispy Onion Rings and my Sweet Potato Fries with sauces in the links below.
4 lbs Ground Turkey (makes 10 to 12 sliders)
Bag of Slider Buns or Dinner Rolls
Green Leaf Lettuce
1 Red Onion
1/2 stick Butter
1 tsp Mayonnaise, per bun
1 tsp Cream Cheese, per bun
Salt and Pepper
ketchup and Mustard, optional
Follow the instructions for this Turkey Burger Sliders recipe in the video tutorial.