Meaty, juicy, and thick, portobello mushrooms are a hit with both meat lovers and vegetarians. They are a nutritional powerhouse but, naturally, the best reason to eat portobello mushrooms is that they are delicious and versatile. They may be enjoyed grilled, sautéed, stirred into risottos or soups, or as a topping for sandwiches and burgers. That's just the tip of the iceberg!
If you are a mushroom lover looking for new ways to cook portobello mushrooms then Fine Dining Lovers is here to share some of our favorite recipes.
Stuffed Portobello Mushroom Recipes
Stuffed mushrooms make a superb appetizer for entertaining. They are easy to make and can be filled just about anything -from cheese and breadcrumbs to sausages, herbs, and more.
Portobello Mushroom Caprese
Pizza lovers will enjoy this portobello mushroom caprese recipe. The mushrooms are stuffed with cheese, herbs and tomatoes and baked until tender. Simply delicious!
Egg Baked in a Portobello Mushroom
Options for stuffing a portobello mushroom are basically endless but there is one particular use that may astound you: egg-stuffed portobello mushrooms! The trick is to pre-cook the mushroom before cracking an egg in it, thus preventing it from becoming too soggy.
Grilled Portobello Mushroom Recipes
Few things are as a delicious as a grilled portobello mushrooms. The basic grilling technique is simple: remove the stems, brush with oil and grill until browned on both sides and the mushrooms are tender.
Grilled mushrooms may be served as is, tossed with butter or with a zesty vinaigrette. But you can also get quite creative with grilled portobellos.
Portobello mushrooms are especially beloved by vegans because are a flavorful substitute for meat. Their texture works wonders either raw or cooked. Here are some recipe ideas you'll love:
Vegan Portobello Mushroom Paté
Here is aneasy vegan portobello mushroom paté recipe you can whip up in seconds:
Grind together 1 cup of walnuts, 3 portobello mushrooms (caps and stems), 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil, 1 tsp dried thyme, 1/2 tsp salt, and 2 garlic cloves. You've got yourself an easy vegan paté to enjoy with crackers, bread or as a dip.
Vegan Portobello Mushroom Steaks
Who says steaks have aren't for vegans? This recipe proves portobello mushroom can be transformed into a flavorful substitute for beef with just a few ingredients and a bit of creativity in the kitchen.
Vegan Mushroom Risotto
For the ultimate vegan risotto blend portobellos with a blend of mushrooms. This will add complexity and depth of flavor to this Northern Italian classic.
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