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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Crockpot Parmesan Ranch Mushrooms



Crockpot Parmesan Ranch Mushrooms

These are the easiest and most delicious Mushrooms!  All you have to do is buy fresh Mushrooms, a stick (1/2 cup) of butter, a package of Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing and some Parmesan Cheese. That is it! You let them cook in the Crock Pot for 4 hours on low and you have a delicious side dish or a great topping for steak. Oh, these would be so good on steak. The flavor is outstanding. You could also add other vegetables if you wanted to but I love it just the way it is. 

Melt the butter in a bowl and add the Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing Package. Mix well and pour over Mushrooms in the Crockpot. Sprinkle with about two teaspoons of Parmesan Cheese or more to your liking.

So tasty. Enjoy.








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36 comments :

  1. I'm usually pretty creative in the kitchen, but THIS, I would have never dreamed up. Thanks, Dori!!

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  2. Wow! I will be trying these very soon. They look wonderful!

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  3. these are amazing! So simple and so delicious! Thanks for sharing!!

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  4. We've been making this for awhile...and Yummm.. some times I very it and add alittle Rose` wine and crushed garlic..

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  5. is this one of those sites that I can sign up to receive daily/weekly emails in my email? if so where do I sigh up?

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  6. oo yum! I would be in heaven with these!

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  7. These look AMAZING, but I am in the UK, so can you use any kind of Ranch Dressing? What size is the dressing you use here? xX

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    1. This recipe uses dry ranch dressing mix. A package has 1 ounce of the powder.
      You can make your own with this recipe: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/dry-ranch-style-seasoning-for-dip-or-dressing/

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  8. Could this be made without a crock pot?

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    1. We usually saute our mushrooms in butter to put on steak, so you could make it in a pan. It looks like it would be better if they have a chance to soak in the butter and ranch deliciousness though, but you can get a pretty good approximation sauteing with the butter and ranch mix.

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  9. YUM! I love that you can just put them in the crock pot. Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Sami
    thescrapmaster.com

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  10. How many mushrooms does this recipe call for?

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  11. Wondering if anyone has tried this with coconut oil instead of butter?

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  12. What size crockpot works best? I only have a 6 qt and looks like that would be too big.

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  13. How many mushrooms per 1/2 cup butter?

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  14. Made these at Thanksgiving & they were gone in 10 minutes! Wonderful!

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  15. I was also wondering how many mushrooms - 1 or 2 - 8 oz containers?

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    1. I found this on pinterest and it took me to this page.
      On pinterest it said 16 oz. container of mushrooms

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  16. The picture shows two containers of mushrooms and I know that with a whole stick of butter and a package of ranch dressing (VERY flavorful), I will be trying with a healthy lot of 'shrooms. Can't wait... mushrooms and artichokes are my favorites! Not too many beautiful artichokes out here in the Midwest :( I'm originally from CA and spoiled...

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  17. Couldn't find a print feature....am I blind?

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    1. I just copied and pasted it to a word doc to print it. You should only need the one paragraph to make them.

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  18. Don you use powdered or shredded parmesan?

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  19. I tried this today and it is delicious!! Instead of waiting 4 hours for the crockpot, I stuck them in a saucepan and cooked them with the ingredients for about 20 minutes on medium/medium-low heat. Voila! So yummy! We don't like parmesan, so we just left it out and still so very yummy!

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  20. I still don't know how the quantity of mushrooms for this recipe. 1/2 lb. 1 lb.? Sounds delicious, and deinitely want to try it. Pinning it now and hope to be able to check back for the answer to the mushroom mystery. ;)

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    1. Crockpot Parmesan Ranch Mushrooms

      Ingredients:

      16 ounces mushrooms ( fresh )

      1/2 cup butter

      1 ounces ranch dressing mix ( 1 package )

      2 tablespoons parmesan cheese

      See full instructions on : richestoragsbydori.blogspot.com

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  21. Could you add chicken breasts to this and make it a meal? Wonder if there would be enough liquid, maybe add some chicken broth or would it ruin the flavor?

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  22. It looks like someone created a recipe on Food.com with the proportions: (2) 8oz. packages of mushrooms per stick of butter and ranch packet. - http://www.food.com/recipe/crockpot-parmesan-ranch-mushrooms-500090

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  23. Omgosh my mouth is watering. I love mushrooms and steak. Pinned this.

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  24. You let them cook in the Crock Pot for 4 hours on low and you have a delicious side dish ... qcrockpot.blogspot.com

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  25. Are you adding the butter & cheese at the very end of the 4 hours or does that go in at the beginning?

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  26. I am so taking this to my husband's family Thanksgiving for a side dish. Fresh and new, to go along with the norm...green bean casserole and taters and gravy. I'm sure it will be the talk of the table. So excited!!!

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  27. WARNING!

    There’s JUST ONE REASON you might fail on the Paleo Diet and it has everything to do with your ability to make delicious food, FAST.

    But now, with this stunningly simple cookbook I’ll show you how to cook savory, mouth-watering meals in minutes for some of the busiest Paleo eaters in the world...

    For more info please click on the following link: How To Cook - Desserts - Salads - Omelettes - Soups - Meat - Snacks

    Talk soon.

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  28. she copied you http://crockinmoms.blogspot.com/2014/07/easy-parmesean-ranch-mushrooms.html

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