These creamy shrimp and salmon stuffed mushrooms are filling and tasty, and go a long way in large portabella mushroom caps! Top with green onions for color and crunch!
There are so many good reasons to make these delicious stuffed mushrooms! As easy as they are – and as filling! – they do wonders for a Sunday brunch, tailgate party, or any random get together!
Another really nice thing about these mushrooms is how easily you can customize them to other flavors! It’s just flavored cream cheese! I used smoked salmon flavor, but you could do a garlic/herb or garden vegetable. . . whatever floats your boat. Just chop up some cooked shrimp and mix it in your cream cheese spread for the filling.
I am a HUGE fan of green tail onions, so I love to chop them up and use them as toppings on almost everything – eggs, potatoes, soup, you name it! They add a nice little crunch to the salmon stuffed mushrooms, as well as a pretty hint of color.
For the mushrooms, simply grill them in olive oil until they are tender, then stuff them with your cream cheese mixture and top with the scallions. Don’t be stingy with the mix, these babies can handle a lot!
As you can see, you’ll want to use a knife and fork on these bad boys.
I promise you these easy shrimp and salmon stuffed mushrooms will WOW your guests at your next gathering. More than likely, they will fly right off the plates! So grab the recipe below, and if you like, pin and share! Check out the bottom of the post for more delicious appetizer ideas!
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