This sounds so delicious; I'm in!
I’m making these today, definitely ❗️Edit: Would it be gilding the lily to sprinkle a bit of shredded gruyere or Parmesan on top?
YUM, yes please! 😋
I want 2 dozen…just for me! 😀
holyfuck, what the fuck is that!?
Lovely 😍💋 💝💖❤️
What to heck, this lady is too cute 🥺🥺
The vocal fry is a bit annoying, but her recipes are good.
Another wonderful recipe, Emma; love that it's one from your grandmother:)
I love these veggie recipes! Any tips on how to make a vegan version of them? I want all of my friends to enjoy these delicious treats
She is annoying…
Can't wait to try these out.
What is the temp setting of the oven and how long did you bake it pls?
Food looks great–but had to mute because of the vocal fry.
That cream sitting so close to the chopping action was causing me so much anxiety
Making this week.
Yum! Can't wait to make these! I have too many recipes from my mom to think of just one! Making all her recipes this Christmas, filet mignon in dijon marinade, portobello Wellington, mandarin orange and avocado salad, and sidecars.
If you're using shiitake mushrooms, throw away the stems. They're not edible.
Nice video, thanks for sharing your family recipe. Can't wait to adapt to vegan!
These look yum. Might try these using coconut cream, curry and chilli to make a laksa or Thai-style curry version 😋
I like the way the mushroom filling has turned out just perfect consistency, so you can literally make a ball of it before putting it on the pastry, my question is, usually one uses an egg or milk wash and I did not see it,reason? Thanks
I always like to sauté my mushrooms with a little chopped garlic…yummy.
Isn't this a happy coincidence? I got leftover puff pastry from Thanksgiving and I'm going to go grocery shopping before the week is over…
Looks yummy! What is the oven temp? Did I miss that part? Oh! Heat the oven to 400°F. Found it in the recipe written instructions at the link. Thanks!
I like the hairdo…. classic 60’s.
Where's the recipe? Or…how much mushrooms, flour and butter?
Love this recipe and will make these. I have 2 boxes of pastry puff I bought this week so I’ll put them to good use. Thank you Emma you rock !
I make a tourtière based on my grandma's recipe every year for Christmas as a family tradition ☺
There are two of the many recipes of my mom that I find unforgettable. My mom passed away 53 years ago when I thirteen. Every Christmas and Easter she would make 50 pounds of her “famous sausage", 25 pounds that were smoked and 25 that was not. Some of my earliest memories as the youngest of the six of my brothers and sisters was sitting at the kitchen table as my mother unboxed the grinder that was then attached to the table and the hours of grinding meat, onions, a ton of garlic, and spices. It was a thrill when I was given the opportunity to grind away for a few minutes! Coming from a large Polish family, relatives I never even knew existed would show up at our door at Christmas and Easter requesting a half-pound of sausage if at all possible. Today it makes me think as to what it must be like to win the Powerball or come into such riches. The other recipe was a pickled pigs feet gelatin loaf that I recall as the first food memory that I ever had. I think I was four or five the first time I tasted it and requested it for my birthday every year after that. It was a sour, somewhat sweet and salty concoction that was ALWAYS served with a box of saltine crackers. Even as I type this that taste has come back to my tastebuds. Unfortunately, my mother never used a recipe, I never saw her look in a cookbook, and she never wrote down anything. It was always tasting all of the time and adding a little of this or that until it met her demanding criteria. I’m sorry for this long diatribe, but I was incredibly moved by your description of your grandmother’s recipe and the pure joy in your voice and eyes as you tasted these. For over forty years I’ve tried to duplicate these and others of my mother’s recipes, and though they never seem to quite equal the memories, the act itself keeps that very very special time in my life alive. I thank you for making and sharing these mushroom puffs with us, and I can’t wait to make them myself!
These look absolutely delicious, I can’t wait to try them this Christmas! Thank you so much !!❤️
This video could have been done in 2 minutes instead of 11.
That vocal fry is so annoying I cannot stand to listen.
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