Stuffed Mushrooms in the Microwave

Recipe from Kate Logan
35 min
0 (0)
Updated 07.04.2023
A quick and delicious hot appetizer for the holiday table! The combination of chicken, mushrooms and cheese is used in many dishes, from julienne to pasta sauce. Stuffed mushroom caps not only look great, but they taste great too. They are easy to prepare.


  • Champignons
    12 pcs.
  • Chicken fillets
    4 oz.
  • Grated cheese
    4 oz.
  • Salt and spices
    to taste
  • Sour cream
    4 tbsp.
  • Apple vinegar
    4 tbsp.
  • Greens
    4 oz.

Nutrition facts per 100 g

  • Calories

    365 kcal

  • Protein

    20 g

  • Fat

    29 g

  • Carbohydrates

    4 g


  • Prepare the marinade: mix vegetable oil and vinegar. Wash the mushrooms, and carefully cut off the caps with a knife. Dip them in the marinade on all sides and put them on a plate, in which they will be cooked. It takes 10-15 minutes to marinate them.

  • In the meantime, cut the chicken fillet into cubes. Put them in the pre-heated frying pan. Chop the onion and put them in the chicken fillet. Do the same with the mushroom stalks. Fry until tender. At the end of cooking add sour cream, salt, pepper, seasonings, and greens, and stew for a couple more minutes.

  • After 10-15 minutes we put our mushrooms in the microwave for 4-6 minutes. Take the mushrooms out of the microwave, they have shrunk in size, but it's not a problem at all!

  • Dice the cheese. Put the prepared filling in each mushroom and a couple of cheese cubes on top. Put in the microwave for a couple more minutes. And that's it! Done!


  • Keep in mind that everyone's microwave power is different. The mushrooms should run dry and shrink in size.

  • Examine the mushroom cap. There must not be any spots on it, and a good mushroom's color is uniform, without any specks. If there are spots on the cap, it means the mushrooms have been lying around for a long time, they are stale. If the cap is sticky and slippery, the mushrooms are spoiled.

  • When buying frozen chicken there is a chance of buying it expired. Therefore, if you have a choice - buy chilled or frozen chicken, opt for the chilled one. Before freezing, sellers often inflate products with water to increase their weight, so if you do not want to be tricked, it is better to refuse such a purchase.

Bon Appetit!

Recipe reviews (0)

What do you think of this recipe? Share your experience and help others

Rate & Review
0 from 5
reviews 0

Similar recipes


Are you sure you want to delete the review?

Step by step recipes

1320 recipes