Mushroom-Bacon Party Pate
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Mushroom-Bacon Party Pate
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:01:59 AM. Recipe ID 25406. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Mushroom-bacon party pate
 Categories: Appetizers, Usenet
      Yield: 1 Loaf
      2 lb Mushrooms (fresh),
           -chopped very fine
    1/2 lb Bacon (or more,
           -to taste)
    2/3 c  Onion, chopped
           -very fine
    2/3 c  Celery, chopped
           -very fine
      4    Eggs
      8 oz Cream cheese at
           -room temperature
    1/2 c  Parsley, chopped
           -very fine
      2 c  Dry bread crumbs
      1 t  Salt
      1 t  Rosemary, dried
      1 t  Oregano, dried
    1/4 t  Black pepper, ground
  Fry the bacon and crumble it as fine as possible.  Reserve some of the
  Chop the mushrooms, onion, celery and parsley as fine as possible.  A
  food processor works best, but you can do it by hand if need be.
  Saute the onion and celery in the bacon grease until soft, then
  remove from the grease and drain.
  Meanwhile, beat the cream cheese slightly, and then beat in the eggs.
  Add all other ingredients to the eggs/cheese mixture. Mix thoroughly.
  Grease a large loaf pan or two small, line with foil, and then grease
  the foil.  Pat the mixture into the loaf pan and cover loosely with
  foil.  Bake for 1 1/2 hours at 400 degrees F.
  Let cool completely before serving.  This pate is actually best when
  refrigerated before serving.  Serve with crackers, or with bread cut
  into shapes with cookie cutters.  To make this a more elegant buffet
  dish, garnish the top with a thin layer of aspic.
  *  This is heavenly stuff for a buffet, and for those people who love
  to munch, but hate liver pate.  We found it in a magazine some years
  ago.  The magazine has long since been forgotten, but this I know by
  heart!  Yield: 1 large loaf.
  *  American bacon is called smoked back bacon in many other places.
  : Difficulty:  easy if you have a food processor.
  : Time:  20 minutes preparation, several hours baking and cooling.
  : Precision:  Approximate measurement OK.
  : Terry Grevstad
  : Network Research Corporation, Oxnard, Calif., USA
  : {sdcsvax,hplabs}!sdcrdcf!psivax!nrcvax!terry

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Recipe ID 25406 (Apr 03, 2005)

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