7 Reviews

Me and my pet smurf did not like this at all.

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Chef Cookies February 08, 2010

Hi Chef Lee! This is Molly. Thank you so much for this recipe, it's lovely. I also would like to thank you for posting pictures of my my recipes! They're fab! Glad yo enjoyed them

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Molly Bloom October 25, 2009

I love these because I love mushrooms and new potatoes!!!! I had fun carving, just like carving an apple. I did not do all the soaking or anything, I just put them into the steamer and steamed. They turned out just fine with no brown!! The cooking time is just right on these too, so tasty and perfect texture!! Love this, thanks Chef*Lee!!

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Magic Mushroom April 29, 2009

When I first saw these, I HAD to make them. I didn't have too many redskins so I made what I had. It is so fun and once you get the hang of it, they carve easily. Very cute recipe!

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Kathy228 April 19, 2009

These were just so fun for our Easter meal!!! My sister and mom carved these with me and we laughed and had a great time visiting! The kids loved them! We served with olive oil, salt, pepper and some fresh thyme. Thank you, Chef*Lee!!!

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Chef Au Vin April 12, 2009

I was afraid to steam these in the event that I would break the "stems". Instead, I baked the potatoes in a cast iron skillet for about one hour. I drizzled on this mixture Dijon Vinaigrette Dressed Potatoes first. The potatoes were served with lamb roast, tossed mixed greens' salad and bread. True story, our in laws joined us for lunch yesterday and as we were sitting down to eat our meal, my mother in law said: "Mmm, those mushrooms look delicious"! ;) (I made mashed potatoes with the leftover Smurfettes/rejects.) Recipe added to the book #72172 cookbook. Thank you, Chef Lee. cg

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COOKGIRl March 30, 2009

How fun is this? I love potatoes this way and we just thought these were so cute! Once I found a good technique on my carving, I had it down. After I cut the rings around the middle, I carved the stems out of the bottom by sort of coring it out like you would remove a tomato stem. Then, I removed the flesh around the stem by cutting chunks all the way around. I steamed these by putting the mushroom tops down in my steamer basket and it worked great! Thanks for posting a fun way to serve potatoes. It made our meal fun.

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Spongebob Chefpants March 29, 2009
Smurf House Potatoes