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Hi out there! I have button mushrooms to stuff with their stems chopped, onions, garlic, butter, bread crumbs and Parmesan or cheddar cheese

Please advise as to whether or not these can be baked a day ahead and reheated for a barbecue. Will they get too soggy sitting in the fridge overnight? Thank you experts in advance!

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beejay45
added over 5 years ago

I haven't done stuffed mushrooms in ages, but I can say that when I have, if there were leftovers, they were soggy. So, I'd say pre-baking is a bad idea. Is it something you could do on the grill in one of those perforated pans, or even skewered? If you put it them in the indirect heat area, it would be similar to oven baking them (wouldn't have to worry about he stuffing falling out if you tried to turn them). Any help?

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William Widmaier
added over 5 years ago

They'll be fine if they're re-heated. Make sure you let them cool completely before putting them in the fridge.
It's suggested that you add a little extra cheese on the top when you reheat them to get that bubbly-goodness!

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ATG117
added over 5 years ago

I also think you can make them ahead. If you'd like to make sure you still have some crunch, before reheating, top them with fresh bread crumb drizzled with olive oil

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andrea lee
added over 5 years ago

I would bake them through about 75%without the breadcrumbs and cheese on top, then the next day add the topping and bake then broil to finish :)

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