I always have mushrooms in my fridge because little G loves mushrooms. I usually make a simple garlic herb sauteed mushrooms for him when he is not in the mood for meat.
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Some days when I want something different, I make this amazing, buttery, garlicky and cheesy garlic Parmesan roasted mushrooms loaded with garlic and Parmesan cheese.
I used both bottled Parmesan cheese, grated Parmesan cheese, and lots of garlic for this recipe. Try it, it’s SO good!
Roasted mushrooms is an easy and flavorful side dish to make. Shove it in the oven for 12 minutes and you have the perfect oven roasted mushrooms packed with nutrition for the little ones.
How Many Calories per Serving?
This recipe is only 52 calories per serving.
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Garlic Parmesan Roasted Mushrooms
Garlic Parmesan Roasted Mushrooms – buttery and delicious oven roasted mushrooms loaded with garlic and Parmesan cheese. Takes 8 mins prep.
- 12 oz. cremini or white mushrooms, stem trimmed
- 1/2 stick melted butter
- 4 cloves garlic pureed or finely minced
- 1 pinch salt
- 1 tablespoons Kraft Grated Parmesan cheese in a bottle
- 1 teaspoon chopped parsley
- 2 tablespoons fresh grated Parmesan cheese
1Preheat oven to 375°F (190°C).
Clean the mushrooms by wiping off the surface of the mushrooms using paper towels.
Combine the melted butter, garlic, salt, bottle Parmesan cheese and parsley together. Mix well. Toss the mushrooms with the mixture and combine well.
Roast the mushrooms for 12 minutes. Sprinkle the grated Parmesan cheese on top of the mushrooms at 10 minutes mark and roast for another 2 minutes. Remove from the oven and serve immediately.
Do not clean the mushrooms with water or you will have a watery roasted mushrooms dish.
How long do you leave them in the oven and at what temp.?
Hi. In the pics, it looks like you stuffed the parmesan mix in the mushroom. Do you toss it or stuff it? Just wondering. Planning to make this as a Thanksgiving side dish. It looks so good.
No I didn’t stuff. Just follow the instructions. :)
once again, another simple but delicious food recipe
Hi John, thanks for your sweet comment. I am so glad you like this garlic parmesan roasted mushrooms.
These are awesome. You should know that since I started on Pinterest I have pinned, tried, shared and loved more of your recipes than anyone else’s and not by design. It just happened that way because everything you post is really good. Kudos for all of your research and hard work.
Hi Joan, thanks so much for your support. I very much appreciate it. Thank you!! :)
I’m a big time mushroom fan–have loved them since I was a small child and my dad brought them home from his spring forays–and never met one cooked in a way I didn’t love. These roasted ones look delicious. But I don’t think mushrooms are a particularly good meat substitute for your small son as they are actually very low in nutrient value ( http://nutritiondata.self.com/facts/vegetables-and-vegetable-products/2482/2). Not only do they lack protein, but are low in both vitamins and minerals–even as they are powerful in flavor and texture. Maybe including sliced mushrooms as an omelet filling or adding some crumbles of cooked ground meat as a topping to the roasted or sauteed mushrooms would be a way to get protein into his meal. I always have a few meatballs, or some ground meat ready for soup, pasta sauce, or chilie, in the freezer and tossing either of them into a serving of these spectacular roasted mushrooms would trick a small child into consuming some more protein
Hi Janet, thanks for letting me know about the nutritional values. He does eat a lot of eggs. :)
Exactly what is Bottled Parmesan ?? Is there a brand or type I should be looking for ? TY
Kraft grated Parmesan cheese, in a plastic bottle.
i just bought a whole lot of mushrooms, thinking about what I’d make with them….then I got your email…great timing…I’m going to make your garlic-parm roasted mushrooms. Thank you!
Kath, that’s great, I am sure you will love these roasted mushrooms.
Whole mushrooms can be washed but not sliced ones. Mushrooms are 80% water anyway. “Cooks Illustrated” did tests and 6 oz of whole mushrooms washed gained 1/4 of an oz of weight after washing almost all of it on the surface so using a paper towel to dry them or putting them in a salad spinner works too. For more details look up “cleaning mushrooms with water” and click on the mushroom cleaning 101 by Cooks illustrated. If you want to use a brush to clean the you can use a toothbrush.
I read a magazine before, I forgot which and it was saying that we shouldn’t wash mushrooms but I have noticed myself that when I wash with water, the mushrooms will be soaking in a lot more water after cooking.
I love all your recipes, you are a marvelous cook, everything you make is so delicious and easy!!!