I like very much mushrooms and they are very rich in vitamins and other essentials nutrients.

I did with what I had in the fridge tonight – the pictures are not as good looking as they could be as it was dinner time and the light wasn’t natural.

What do you need?

  • 12 white mushrooms – the bigger the better (I only had small ones)
  • 100g of chicken ham
  • 2 small garlic clove
  • Olive oil
  • Salt (I had black salt from Menorca, delicious), black pepper, fresh parsley
  • 10ml of white wine
  • 1 carrot
  • 2 table spoon of Philadelphia cheese
  • equivalent of 1 table spoon of goat cheese

Cut the mushroom stem and gently scoop out a bit of the inside. Chop with the garlic to make it very small and stir in 5mn in olive oil with the chopped chicken ham. Add salt & pepper.

In a bowl, mix it together with the Philadelphia and goat cheese, add the fresh parsley.

In a baking tray, put some olive oil, fill the mushrooms with the filling you just prepared. Put in the over for 20 mn approximately at 170°. After 10mn, add the white wine.

Meanwhile, with a  potato peeler, peel the carrot in thin layers, stir in olive oil with some salt, black pepper and ginger. Add on top of the mushrooms before serving.




  1. Thanks for sharing….love mushrooms so much and am always happy to find new ways to have them prepared. The recipe looks lovely…..

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