These tasty Mushroom Canapés are easy to make and they can be left in the freezer until you’re ready to serve a few.
Chopped, sautéed mushrooms are blended with cream cheese, onions and seasoning then spread over thin slices of party bread.
Party bread is a slender, 1-pound package of thinly sliced (roughly 2x2-inch) bread. It’s the perfect size for open-faced party sandwiches.
Pepperidge Farm brand used to be the only party bread I knew of, but now there are other brands available in large grocery stores.
The recipe calls for party rye, but you can substitute with others if necessary.
This week, I used Rubschlager brand of whole-grain, sourdough bread to make the canapés. That brand’s party bread is called “cocktail” bread.
Corinne Cook is a columnist for The Advocate. She can be reached at email@example.com.