4 Jul

HAPPY 4 TH OF JULY     —-    INDEPENDENCE   DAY !!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ok,   So as long as your out  back,   grilling ,  listening to polkas  ,  and drinking iced down beers,   here is a quick little appetizer you might as well make.

It’s called Szaszlyk z Pieczarek   , Which you all know is pronounced  SHAHSH – z pyeh – CHAHRREK  .

For our non Polish friends  you could just call them Polish Rooms.

You can cook these anyway you want but best on the grill.

2 1/2 lb. large button or Cremini mushrooms

1 lb.  ground   pork

4 cloves garlic – smashed and minced

1 onion – finely minced

2 large eggs

1 tbsp breadcrumbs

2 tsp. Marjoram

chili powder

Clean mushrooms by brushing off dirt.  ( DO NOT RINSE )

Remove stems and mince .

In a large bowl mix pork,  garlic,  onion,  mince mushroom stems,  eggs,  breadcrumbs, marjoram, alittle chile powder, salt and pepper

Mix well and stuff mushroom caps with this mixture

Thread mushrooms on skewers ( If they are big enough use 2 skewers.   This will prevent Rooms from spinning on the skewers. Or use flat skewers— I’m still looking for these because I have some more recipes that are going to use them coming up )

Grill Mushrooms until you just have some GRILL MARKS on them.

Wrap in aluminum foil and move to a cooler part of the grill and let finish cooking . 15 min or so

Eat and Enjoy !



  1. kristoscooks July 4, 2015 at 1:54 pm #

    this sure looks good

  2. David Scott July 4, 2015 at 3:24 pm #

    Sounds delisz. Who gave you the pronunciation? Think I’ll just use some polish from Rigatony’s instead and see how they turn out!

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