About Food – Baked Mushrooms Filled With Sulguni Cheese

In this recipe we will show how to make mushrooms filled with Sulguni cheese (Georgian: სოკო კეცზე) baked in butter in traditional Georgian clay “ketsi” dishes (Georgian: კეცი).

For this recipe you will need 3 ketsi dishes (you can use oven proof dishes if you don’t have any ketsi).

Ingredients (serves 3): 500 grams of mushrooms.

165 grams of butter and 100 grams of Sulguni cheese (you can substitute another cheese, such as mozzarella, if you don’t have Sulguni).

Preparation: Grate the cheese.

Carefully remove the stalks from the mushrooms.

Add 40 grams of butter to each ketsi pan and add the mushrooms.

Put the remaining butter in each mushroom cup and bake in an oven on a low heat for 20 minutes.

After 20 minutes add the grated Sulgani cheese to each mushroom and bake on a low heat for 20 minutes. When ready, the mushrooms should like the ones in the picture below.

Serving: Serve hot, with or without a sprinkling of black pepper.

Enjoy!

Note: This mushroom dish is also delicious without cheese but you will need to add salt.

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29 Responses to “About Food – Baked Mushrooms Filled With Sulguni Cheese”
  1. That looks delicious. Now I’m hungry again.

  2. I love the buttery richness of this dish. I really want a ketsi 🙂

  3. MMMM! These look fantastic!

  4. eripanwkevin says:

    These baked mushrooms look great ” hors d’oeuver” ! *drools* 🙂

  5. Shary Hover says:

    That looks easy and tasty. I bet even I could make those.

  6. These looks so fabulous! I was absolutely serious about you publishing a book of Georgian recipes!

  7. “look” fabulous. Geez, I need to stop typing so fast!

  8. Simple but yummy lookin’!

  9. Dianda says:

    Omnomnom! I love Mushrooms!

  10. Sorry for taking so long to visit! It was a long wild week! You know we are now visitng your blog with food in our hands for if we dont we have to stop reading and get some… mmmmmmmmmmm this sounds so good! 🙂

  11. Chancy and Mumsy says:

    Sadly I will have to pass on trying this one. Hubby refuses to eat mushrooms in any shape or form. I have to admit I have sneaked some in a few dishes and he never knew…but this would be too obvious. It looks and sounds very good. Hugs

  12. Marie says:

    It makes me hungry!

  13. 2browndawgs says:

    Yum those look good.

  14. NaamahT says:

    Looks Great!!!! Can’t wait to try it and to hopefully visit Georgia one day :’)

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  1. […] Click here to see Georgia About’s step-by-step photo recipe for Baked Mushrooms with Sulguni Cheese. […]

  2. […] Smoked Sulguni (Karoun) Karoun is a California company specializing in Mediterranean cheeses such as the Ackawi we reviewed earlier.  The smoked sulguni tastes a bit liked a smoked provolone.  The smoke flavor is relatively mild compared to the Irish cheddar listed next.  Sulguni is a specialty of Georgia (Eastern Europe not Southeast US) and is a stretched curd cheese like mozzarella.  We didn’t find this sample to be as soft as most mozzarella, and it was perhaps a little more rubbery than a provolone.  It would be yummy used as you would a smoked provolone, but Georgians also use sulguni in stuffed mushrooms. […]



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