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Mushroom & Stilton Puff

Wild mushrooms on a mossy ground with the title text in the corner

So, not only am I back in blogland I am happy to say that I am also making my way back into the kitchen… I know I know I can hear the cheers from here. So what tasty treats of pure delight am I bringing you this week I hear you ask? Well, you know I like mushrooms? Cool. You know I like cheese? Yup. Well…. let’s put them together and allow me to bring you this totally amazing (veggie of course) main course which is actually just to die for!! Grab your cheese boards and here we go…

Ingredients (serves 4):Pile of raw field mushrooms

500g Puff Pastry (yup I used pre-bought and rolled)

4 Large Field Mushrooms, de-stemmed

500g Fresh Spinach

4 Cloves of Garlic, 1 whole 3 crushed

250g Stilton Cheese, crumbled

1 Egg, beaten

Olive Oil

Salt and Pepper

bulbs of garlic - whole and rawMethod:

1 – Pre-Heat oven to 180. Put a frying pan on a medium heat and drizzle in some olive oil and the whole clove of garlic merely pressed open slightly with the side edge of a knife. Once to temperature add the large field mushrooms and cook on both sides until softened. Put to one side on some kitchen paper and allow to sit.

2 – Using the same pan, add more olive oil and the crushed garlic and put all of the spinach in and cook until wilted and most of the liquid has evaporated and then leave to cool slightly.

3 – Roll out (or in my case uncurl) your pastry and cut 4 circles slightly bigger than your mushrooms and place them on baking parchment on a baking tray. Then cut out 4 larger circles and have these to hand for in a moment (for this I used a bowl and then a side plate for bigger ones).

Raw pastry circle with mushroom spinach and stilton on top

4 – On each of the circles on the baking parchment, place a small mound of stilton, one field mushroom face down on top of this, a pile of the garlic spinach on the back of the mushroom and top with a small amount of stilton on top… I know mouth watering!! Sprinkle over a little salt and pepper too!

5 – Now brush the beaten egg around the rim of each of the stacks and then carefully place the bigger pastry circles you cut before, over the top and press down and seal around the edge using a fork or your fingers. Finish each of these off by brushing the remaining egg mix over the outside of each one.

6 – Pop the tray in the oven – they will take approx. 35-45 mins depending on how good your oven is… just make sure they are golden brown and puffed and it’s pretty certain they’ll be ll done. Take them out and serve immediately…. delish!



We served ours with some delicious sweet potato shoestring fries and a salad… though to be honest these things are monsters so a salad on it’s own would have been fine! Want to add some heat? When pre-cooking the mushrooms sprinkle in some Cayenne Pepper to the oil. Want to add some meat? When pre-cooking the spinach, add some diced bacon too!

Golden pastry puffed up and cooked!

There you have it folks… Mushroom and Stilton Puff! This one sure is a winner for me! Why not Pin it and let me know how it turns out won’t you?


  1. Emma says:

    Oooh this looks good but I have a real fear of mushrooms! Yes, really! Not helped by the pictures that were shared on tribal chat 😉 I think Mr C would love this though so perhaps I should try the recipe for him!! 🙂

    • Mummy in a Tutu says:

      Aww bless you. If you can get past the mushroom its sooo yummy. Apologies for scary mushrooms in chat hahaha xx

  2. Ohlucy says:

    I don’t think I can come onto your site and think of mushrooms quite in the same way as before…
    Haha Lucy xx #triballove

  3. This looks yummy! Huge lover of mushrooms! I really like how simple the recipe is. Makes it easier for everyone.

  4. Claire says:

    OMG these look soooo good. I love mushrooms and blue cheese, husband hates both so I rarely eat them now, but this is perfect! I can make him a bog standard ham and cheddar cheese puff to keep him happy, and make these gorgeous looking guys for myself! Thanks for the idea! xx #foodiefriday

  5. From Day Dot says:

    Oh this sounds sooo good! I like msuhrooms and I like cheese, so once baby is here and stilton’s back on the agenda I’ll give these a go. I love anything cheesy in pastry!! xx #foodiefriday

  6. This sounds like a really tasty, classy grownup dish. My mouth is watering. #foodiefriday

  7. Oh my this looks so yummy I have bookmarked to give this a whirl x

  8. Jenny says:

    This is made of pretty much all of my favourite food! I’m going to attempt it but I’m a little crap at pastry, no idea why x


  9. OMG anything involving cheese is music to my ears! Love it!!! #foodiefriday

  10. I’m lactose intolerant so no cheese for me sadly but it looks absolutely lush!! Also I’m alllll about the sweet potato fries – SO much better than normal potatoes! Feeling hungry now! #foodiefriday

  11. Laura says:

    I’m not a big mushroom fan but I love Stilton so may give this a whirl anyway lol! Thanks for sharing xx #foodiefriday

  12. I used to be a total hater of mushrooms but I gradually weaned myself onto them (as I was a full on veggie for years it was kind of expected of me). This looks yummy so will give it a go. Thanks! #foodiefriday

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