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any cilantro and mushroom recipe ideas.

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I have lots of both and while turning leftover pot roast into taquitos with tons cilantro and onion, I started picking out the bite size mushrooms and they tasted really good with the cilantro.

Yes, I will google, just wondering if anyone already has something they like a lot and can share.

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  1. orange juice, buffalo hot sauce and chopped cilantro, for a marinade for chicken then grill.

      1. I saw ThePioneerWoman.com featured stuffed shrooms this morning. I am thinking a ton of cilantro instead of parsley would be nice.

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        1. re: torty

          I like this idea, but would take it a step further in the Tex-Mex direction and replace the sausage with chorizo.

        2. I like to make Bob Green's broccoli, mushroom and tofu stir fry. I always add extra broth, sesame oil, and other sauce ingredients because this doesn't seem like enough to me. I also add lots of cilantro at the end. Yummy! =)


          1. I make garlic mushroom crostini with cilantro...in a TBS of salted butter with a tsp of oil saute lots of minced garlic till scented, toss in chopped mushrooms and cook till water has boiled off, drop in a handful of chopped cilantro and juice of half a lemon, and allo to dry further. Yop on toasted slices of ciabatta (sp?) or any other vessel for your dip

            1. anything along the lines of stir fry comes to mind

              I always use seared mushrooms and a good amt of cilantro in coconut milk curries

              Also use both in chicken curry dishes when I make them. Throw some seared mushrooms and cilantro into a butter chicken. Aloo Gobi would also benefit with mushrooms and cilantro as well.

              Think mexican omelet, or fritatta

              1. Thank you! I ended up trying the chicken & mushrooms quesadillas. they were delish! I will try some of the other recipes soon. thinking of something other than mexican this time. that crostini caught my eye. Thanks again.