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Roasted or Grilled Portobello Caps

Once you’ve roasted or grilled a portobello mushroom cap, the door is open to endless possibilities. Here are the basic techniques and a...

by Amy Farges


Portobello Mushrooms with Grilled Onions and Cheddar...

Grilled whole portobello mushrooms are a good vegetarian substitute for hamburger, especially when topped with grilled red onions and che...

by Daniel Leader and Lauren Chattman


Grilled Portobello and Spinach Burgers with Basil Ma...

When a plain old brown cremini mushroom grows up, it becomes the delicious and steaky-tasting portobello. The folks around Kennett Square...

by Fred Thompson


Portobello Sausage

Portobello mushrooms are very meaty and are probably the best type-of mushroom for this dish, but it would also work with a cremini or ev...

by Matthew Kenney


Portobello Pizzas

Portobello mushroom caps are ideal containers for vegetables and cheese. These fit perfectly onto toasted English muffins, and can thus b...

by Mollie Katzen and Walter Willett


Three Cheese and Spinach-Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms

Warm, savory stuffed mushrooms are one of those things people can’t get enough of. And a large portabella makes a perfectly sized appetiz...


Portobello Pizzas

Portobello mushrooms are perfect little containers for vegetables and cheese. The “Mushroom Treatment” (step 1) greatly firms up the por...

by Mollie Katzen

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Portobello Burger

My friend Susan Benett taught me how to cook a better portobello mushroom: remove the black insides. Without them, the mushroom stays dr...

by Sally Sampson


Quinoa Maki with Avocado and Cajun Portobello Fillets

This is a different take on sushi. The blackened mushroom is crispy and spicy, and the avocado offers a nice cooling contrast. Instead of...

by Tal Ronnen


Poached Eggs on Portobello Mushrooms with Goat’s Cheese

I make this when I’m a bit breaded out, but hungry. Portobello mushrooms have a satisfying meatiness about them that sates without the he...

by Sophie Dahl


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