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Official Golf Recipe Thread - It's Getting Hot In Herre!!!

MonkeyMD

Autocross Champion

Strange Mud

Autocross Champion
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Small Town CT
Car(s)
2017 GTI (+3 more)
although I hate to follow bacon bomb especially with this I made these last night:

Tofu Tots:

cubed tofu rolled in flavored cornmeal (I often use paprika and cilantro)
baking sheet with a couple glugs olive oil
425 for 15-20 minutes.

very similar to fried polenta

crispy things good with eggs or a part of a vegetarian taco salad (along with sauted onions/pepper add in salsa rinsed black beans)
 
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NoGodGetOverIt

Drag Racing Champion
Location
NC
Car(s)
2017 GTI SE/DSG
Dinner last night: Duck-stuffed mushrooms (don't tell @Allchokedup )

Not really a hard and fast recipe for this, as it was pretty much thrown together with leftovers, but it boils down to:
  • Portobello Mushroom caps, de-stemmed
  • Shredded leftover roast or confit duck
  • Alouette (or Boursin, or cream cheese)
  • Grated Purple Moon hard goat cheese (again, whatever's on hand. Gouda would be lovely...)
  • Broken up stale bread (or packaged bread crumbs, just a bit as a binder)
  • 4 Cloves garlic, minced, and lightly sauteed in duck fat
  • Dried parsley
  • Dried Thyme
Mix all ingredients (besides mushrooms) in a bowl. Array mushroom caps on a sheet pan, hollow side up, and scoop out enough filling to generously stuff each mushroom. Pour about a quarter cup or so white wine (Sauvignon Blanc, in this case) into the pan, and place into a pre-heated 425 degree oven for 15 to 20 minutes. I didn't add any salt, because of the salt some of the ingredients bring to the party, but you may wish to add some depending on what's used.

I served these with some microgreens, and duck-skin chicharrons I made from slow sauteeing the duck skin in a skillet until almost all the fat was rendered (also how I got the fat to saute the garlic). I also made a quick dressing with balsamic vinegar and Mae Ploy sweet chili sauce, and drizzled it on the plates before placing the mushrooms in them, to add an element of acid and brightness to cut through the earthiness and richness of the cheesy duck filling.

Old-fashioned optional... ;)

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Phur

Autocross Champion
Location
IN
Car(s)
2013 VW GTI Autobahn
Dinner last night: Duck-stuffed mushrooms (don't tell @Allchokedup )

Not really a hard and fast recipe for this, as it was pretty much thrown together with leftovers, but it boils down to:
  • Portobello Mushroom caps, de-stemmed
  • Shredded leftover roast or confit duck
  • Alouette (or Boursin, or cream cheese)
  • Grated Purple Moon hard goat cheese (again, whatever's on hand. Gouda would be lovely...)
  • Broken up stale bread (or packaged bread crumbs, just a bit as a binder)
  • 4 Cloves garlic, minced, and lightly sauteed in duck fat
  • Dried parsley
  • Dried Thyme
Mix all ingredients (besides mushrooms) in a bowl. Array mushroom caps on a sheet pan, hollow side up, and scoop out enough filling to generously stuff each mushroom. Pour about a quarter cup or so white wine (Sauvignon Blanc, in this case) into the pan, and place into a pre-heated 425 degree oven for 15 to 20 minutes. I didn't add any salt, because of the salt some of the ingredients bring to the party, but you may wish to add some depending on what's used.

I served these with some microgreens, and duck-skin chicharrons I made from slow sauteeing the duck skin in a skillet until almost all the fat was rendered (also how I got the fat to saute the garlic). I also made a quick dressing with balsamic vinegar and Mae Ploy sweet chili sauce, and drizzled it on the plates before placing the mushrooms in them, to add an element of acid and brightness to cut through the earthiness and richness of the cheesy duck filling.

Old-fashioned optional... ;)

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Hells yeah! That looks and sounds delicious!
 

Thumper

Autocross Champion
Location
Sedalia, MO
Car(s)
2018 Audi TTRS
That might be the only way in heck I would ever try a mushroom again. Filled with cheese and duck confit. 🤤
 

Allchokedup

Autocross Champion
Location
Dallas
Dinner last night: Duck-stuffed mushrooms (don't tell @Allchokedup )

Not really a hard and fast recipe for this, as it was pretty much thrown together with leftovers, but it boils down to:
  • Portobello Mushroom caps, de-stemmed
  • Shredded leftover roast or confit duck
  • Alouette (or Boursin, or cream cheese)
  • Grated Purple Moon hard goat cheese (again, whatever's on hand. Gouda would be lovely...)
  • Broken up stale bread (or packaged bread crumbs, just a bit as a binder)
  • 4 Cloves garlic, minced, and lightly sauteed in duck fat
  • Dried parsley
  • Dried Thyme
Mix all ingredients (besides mushrooms) in a bowl. Array mushroom caps on a sheet pan, hollow side up, and scoop out enough filling to generously stuff each mushroom. Pour about a quarter cup or so white wine (Sauvignon Blanc, in this case) into the pan, and place into a pre-heated 425 degree oven for 15 to 20 minutes. I didn't add any salt, because of the salt some of the ingredients bring to the party, but you may wish to add some depending on what's used.

I served these with some microgreens, and duck-skin chicharrons I made from slow sauteeing the duck skin in a skillet until almost all the fat was rendered (also how I got the fat to saute the garlic). I also made a quick dressing with balsamic vinegar and Mae Ploy sweet chili sauce, and drizzled it on the plates before placing the mushrooms in them, to add an element of acid and brightness to cut through the earthiness and richness of the cheesy duck filling.

Old-fashioned optional... ;)

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You sick bastard
 

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Phur

Autocross Champion
Location
IN
Car(s)
2013 VW GTI Autobahn

Phur

Autocross Champion
Location
IN
Car(s)
2013 VW GTI Autobahn

Thumper

Autocross Champion
Location
Sedalia, MO
Car(s)
2018 Audi TTRS
Is that Brussels sprouts with bacon?

You know another way to eat brussel sprouts? lol I like to roast whole cloves of garlic with mine too, then dust with parm.

My grandfather told me garlic was the best way to keep from getting sick.




Eat enough of it and no one will come near you. 😜
 

Phur

Autocross Champion
Location
IN
Car(s)
2013 VW GTI Autobahn

MonkeyMD

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