Named for the 17th-century French Marquis d'Uxelles, Duxelles is an adaptable, delectable mixture of finely chopped mushrooms, shallots, and herbs. Serve on toast points with whipped goat cheese and fresh parsley, as shown, or use it as a filling for ravioli or omelets.
The mix freezes beautifully so prepare some now while mushrooms are at their peak, and you'll be able to feast on it for up to a month.
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I made a similar Martha Stewart recipe where you stuff chicken breasts with duxelles and I really liked it. When I made this recipe I couldn't taste the shallot or garlic. It was just...mushroomy. The toast didn't stay crisp for very long--it wasn't soggy, it just didn't stay crisp. I'd add more garlic and shallot OR top the toast and goat cheese with the Martha Stewart Bruschetta that you can get at