But these are very more-ish and deserve their own blog post. We think you will be surprised at how little cheese you actually use. I've pepped mine up with a bit of spice too.
We ate these with our gammon and egg muffin, cooking them slowly in a frying pan. But they would go with lots of different meals.
We've also cooked them on the BBQ and they've gone down well with our guests.
Why not experiment with your favourite cheese? See how we made ours below.
2-4 chestnut mushrooms per person
Clean the mushrooms - wipe with a damp cloth. Remove the stalk. Season with a little salt and pepper and a little tabasco.
Cut a small piece of cheddar (or similar melting cheese) just big enough to fill the hole. You don't need a lot, as the cheese spreads out as it melts.
Place the mushrooms into a lightly greased frying pan. Cover with a lid initially. Cook over a slow heat until the liquid begins to evaporate - which could take 10 minutes.
Remove the lid and continue to cook until done.
TIP: For a crunchy texture. If you have a few breadcrumbs, you could sprinkle them on top of the cheese, and when they are more or less cooked, pop under the grill to crisp up.
REMEMBER: We all have a calorie allowance - do you know yours?
We began our weight loss journey in January 2011 - and began our blog in June 2011. Here's a link to the first post. (here's the link).
We like to post our main meals to give you an idea of just how far calories can go! It's up to you what you eat.
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