hardlikearmour is a trusted home cook.
How about stir them into a risotto, or use them as an omelet filling?
Oh - omelet is a great idea - maybe even frittata with the left over Brie cheese from the apps!
AntoniaJames is a trusted source on Bread/Baking.
On pizza!! Go very lightly on the other ingredients . . . a few thinly sliced onions, a few paper-thin slices of a savory salume, a few pieces of broccoli rabe and a very light sprinkling of parmigianno or similar cheese. (I make and put up in 4 ounce jars my own duxelles, just for this purpose.) ;o)
I recently had a dish that was a layer of cod topped with a thin layer of duxelles and then a layer of mashed potatoes, run under the broiler. It was delicious!
Stirred into fresh pasta with a little cream and truffle oil - and maybe a lemony green salad on the side - something fresh, acidic and peppery
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