Nothing creates PANIC like realizing you have to cook lunch soon and you’re still in pajamas drinking coffee. Chaos. Hungry children go from placid angels to raging beasts in the blink of an eye. We lost track of time after the daylight savings time change over(ridiculous-in-Alaska!), made another pot of coffee and settled in for another game of Clue. Clue is a recent addition to our game rotation. I guess I was holding back until I knew Mr. Sir-prize could read. Living up to his name as usual, SURPRISE he can read, as well as our nine year old even, so on to Clue we went.

The recipe isn’t a FAST recipe per se but it is one you can pop in the oven and then get other stuff done while they bake, I liked that. And it used up some smoked salmon from the freezer so that REALLY worked out well for me. They were a HUGE hit with 3 out of 4 members of the family. One boycotted on the fact that he thinks mushrooms taste like dog lips. This is the child who licks his own foot so I don’t take offense or worry too much about his opinion on mushrooms.

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Paleo Smoked Salmon Stuffed Mushrooms
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Instructions
  1. pull the stems from the mushrooms carefully--pop them in the freezer for making soup stock
  2. toss the mushrooms with the melted coconut oil
  3. place them on a baking sheet or dish, gills down
  4. bake 15 minutes 350˚
  5. meanwhile flake the salmon and check for bones
  6. mix it with the remaining ingredients and pop in the fridge to chill until ready to use
  7. once the mushrooms have baked for 15 minutes
  8. divide the filling evenly between them
  9. bake an additional 10-15 minutes until cooked through, hot and bubbly
  10. let them rest 5 minutes before serving
  11. beware of escaping juice

 

 

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