1/4 cup beer
1 cup white wine
1 tablespoon molasses
5 ounces French baguette, cut in half
2 pounds frozen mushroom caps, thawed
2 pounds fresh mushrooms, sliced, juice reserved
2 small onions, halved and thinly sliced
2 cups mayonnaise
1 tablespoon lemon zest
2 tablespoons crushed saltine cracker crumbs
In a blender, combine beer, wine, molasses, and baguette. Pour mixture into a large serving bowl.
Place mushrooms on the bottom of a large container. Pour broth through mushroom cap into container and sprinkle with crushed cracker crumbs to seal. Top with reserved mushroom caps. Cover, and refrigerate for one hour.
While the float is in the fridge, bring a large pot of water to a boil in a large saucepan. Add the reserved mushroom caps and brown on all sides. Remove from refrigerator. Remove bottom of float from refrigerator and let cool completely.
When the float has cooled, stir mayonnaise, vinegar, lemon zest, saltine crumbs, mushroom caps, mushroom caps, mushrooms, onions, mayonnaise, lemon zest, crushed cracker crumbs, and mayonnaise to form a cream. Serve mixture over appetizers, biscuits, dice, corn muffins, garden vegetables, side of pasta, spaghetti, potatoes, ham, turkey, ham and cheese sandwiches.
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This was a great, easy recipe that turned into a dinner roll. I used both beer and red wine, so there were various recipes for using both. I chose a thinner, sweeter beer (I think a 5% would be better) and used it in place of the typical caraway. I also used real vanilla, not cherry, and only 2 cups of beer. Because I put in the yeast first, it took much longer to get to a boil, and even then it was very basic--I had to turn down the heat about 5-7 minutes, and I spent much of the time letting it simmer down. I did see some signs of dough ball fermentation--some of the rolls I got too crispy and some where along the edge. I definitely will make this again, but it took me a lot longer to do it RIGHT.
this had an odd texture, was too soupy to handle the beer, and was instead just a crispy bun with the beer.