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Mushroom Rolls look elegant and are tasty hot or cold

Saute the mushrooms and onions in the butter, then add the rest of the ingredients as detailed in the recipe.
Saute the mushrooms and onions in the butter, then add the rest of the ingredients as detailed in the recipe.
P O'Beollain

Looking for something that can be quickly prepared and looks elegant at the same time? Mushroom Rolls are suitable as hors d'ouvres or for a quick (and nutritious) snack on the run.

These mushroom rolls are so easy to make with some refrigerated biscuit dough
P O'Beollain

Mushrooms contain many nutrients, including niacin, thiamin, riboflavin, folate, phosphorus, iron, panthothenic acid, zinc, more potassium than bananas, copper, magnesium, vitamin B6 and vitamin D. They contain more Selenium (important antioxidant) than any other produce. Mushrooms are high in protein and fiber, contain no cholesterol and are low in fat, calories and sodium. They boost the immune system, have anti-inflammatory properties, and cooking the mushrooms makes the nutrients that they contain more bio-available to you. What more could you possibly want?

The Spice Rack at 2nd Street Market has great local butter and dried tarragon, Mr. Garber has green onions and you can check with Hydrogrowers to see if they have mushrooms currently.

These Mushroom Rolls are quickly and easily made with just a few ingredients, and are tasty hot or cold -

Mushroom Rolls

  • 1# minced mushrooms
  • 2 Tablespoon butter
  • 2 chopped green onions
  • 2 T flour
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1 teaspoon dried tarragon
  • 2 packages crescent rolls

Melt the butter in a skillet and add mushrooms, onion and seasonings. Cook until the liquid is absorbed, then stir in the flour and blend. Stir in the milk a little at a time and stir until thickened. Remove from heat and let cool slightly. When cooled, spread on the unrolled crescent rolls, and roll up. Place on greased cookie sheets and bake at 375 degrees for ten minutes or until the rolls have browned.



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