Slow Cooker Wild Mushroom Dip Recipe

Another different dip to serve to chance up the usual:

What You Will Need:

–   2 cups of white wine

–   1oz container of dried wild mushrooms (you can find this in the produce section)

–   2 cups of grated mozzarella cheese

–   2 cups of cream cheese – cubed

–   2 cans of cream of mushroom soup

–   1 tsp of tarragon

–   1 tsp of salt

–   1/2 tsp of black pepper

 

What You Will Need to do:

1.   In a microwaveable bowl, heat the wine for 3 to 5 minutes.

2.   Place dried mushrooms in the bowl with wine and let it for 10 minutes to re-hydrate.

3.   Next, place the mushrooms into a blender (keeping the reserving liquid) and blend until it is still slightly course.

4.   In a bowl mix the mushroom mixture, 2/3 cup of the reserved mushroom liquid and the rest of the ingredients.  Completely mix together and pour into your slow cooker.

5.  Cook on LOW for 3-4 hours, stirring once halfway through.

 

About Dino
There are many things that I love to do. One of those things is crafts! If I could find a job that involved crafts and being able to pay the bills, I'd be all over it! I've also found a great love for cooking and baking in the past few years. Sometimes there doesn't seem to be enough time in the day to be able to fully get into cooking and baking to the degree that I would like to. I've also found myself making a HUGE effort to save my family money. I'm still a beginner but I'm surprised at how many different ways I've found to save money, including starting to use coupons! I hope you enjoy all that I'm about to share.

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