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Made these last night for New Years! These were so good. I used less beer to make the batter thicker, as well as using Miller Genuine Draft beer. This is definitely a keeper. I will be making these tonight again at DH request.
Solid recipe. Works just fine with water as well, except I added an egg and 1/4 teaspoon baking powder. If you're a mushroom rinser, make sure you fully dry them before dipping to coat. Otherwise the batter tends to loosen when frying.
Very delicious and crunchy. Thank you!
These are great! Some recipes for Fried Mushrooms, the batter is so thick all you taste is batter - yuck! These came out just right - not to thick, not to thin. Next time, I might use 1 tsp salt, and 1 tsp seasoned salt. Just a personal preference. Great served up with a horseradish sauce, or Bloomin Onion Sauce. Mmmmmm.
Really good recipe. I used baby button mushrooms and cooked them about 4 minutes. The batter was perfect and the mushrooms were perfectly cooked. I used 1 pound and halved the recipe. WONDERFUL! Dipped 'em in a little soy sauce and enjoyed! Thanks so much! :)
Delish! I used Foster's and added a little extra to get the batter to our desired consistency. The batter stayed on the mushrooms very well and came out a beautiful light golden color. Also used this recipe for onion rings and zucchini! Thanks for sharing.
Sheer Delight! WE tried it with corona and panko and it was killer!
Very tasty, will make again. Used 1 bottle of Corona Light, rolled in breadcrumbs before frying.
Terrific. I have ruined many batches in the past, trying to come near to the fried mushrooms that I used to love from Kennett Square, Pen. The most successful in the past before, was to use a batter for Yorkshire Pudding.Sorry that I forgot to give this 5 stars it really id terrific although I do roll the battered mushrooms in breadcrumbs with shilli flakes and salt added. I then fridge them to set before frying in my deep fat fryer
Made these as an appetizer for my son's bday dinner. I halved the recipe and it was the right consistency. I used Corona Beer and they were delicious. I salted them a little after frying. We had four platefuls with ranch dressing. My grandson wanted more. Oh, I did make one change - I rolled them in Panko breadcrumbs before frying and they were nice and crunchy.