Anyway...you will need:
Large flat mushrooms - eg, field or portobella, remove the stalks and chop finely
Finely chopped onion and garlic
Grated Cheddar, or crumbled blue cheese such as Stilton or Dolcelatte
Breadcrumbs (I always have a bag in the freezer)
Fresh or dried parsley or coriander
Chopped streaky bacon or ham (assuming you're not veggie, obviously. It's not essential)
I'm afraid I'm not one for proportions with this kind of thing, as it really depends on how greedy you are and how many people you're serving, but I used 2 rashers of bacon, just under half a small red onion, one clove of garlic and about a handful of cheese and breadcrumbs. As you're cooking it all together in a small frying pan it's really easy to see whether you need more of anything and just add as you go. You simply fry the onion garlic and mushroom in a little olive oil, add the bacon if you're using that and cook for a few minutes. [If you're using cooked ham, just add it at the end]. Stir in your cheese, breadcrumbs and herbs, mix together and spoon into the tops of your mushrooms. Then you just bung it in the oven at 200 degrees for around half an hour. Couldn't be easier, and really only takes a couple of minutes to prepare. Really nice with salad and a dollop of creme fraiche.
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