Hearty and delicious, these unique portobello mushroom recipes are perfect if you’re trying to eat more plant-based meals.
With dishes like mushroom tacos, portobello burgers, and vegetarian burritos, they hit the sweet spot between healthy and tasty.
Portobellos may look different from white mushrooms, but they’re just a more mature version of the fungi.
And these babies are healthy superstars!
They’re full of disease-fighting antioxidants and essential nutrients like vitamins B and D, potassium, and selenium.
Plus, their size and thick texture make portobellos a very versatile ingredient.
You can stuff them, bake them, use them as grain-free buns, or simply slice and stir-fry.
There’s plenty of taste and texture to explore in these portobello mushroom recipes.
From mushroom fajitas, portobello pizzas, and stuffed salads, they’re anything but boring.
Mouthwatering Portobello Mushroom Recipes
Baked mushrooms are a plant-based classic. But you don’t have to be a vegetarian to appreciate this simple side.
Packed with cheese, garlic, and butter, dense portobellos are baked until the cheese melts and they turn golden brown.
Baking brings out all the dense flavor of these wonderful mushrooms.
If you’re new to portobellos, try this easy recipe, and you’ll be a convert from the first fork full.
Portobellos are a great option when you want a meaty meal but without the meat.
Dense and rich, they’re especially delicious stuffed and baked.
This recipe stuffs the mushrooms with a rich blend of grated parmesan, garlic, and soft spinach.
Baking mushrooms for too long can turn them mushy, so you’ll want to broil these quickly.
Grill just until the cheese turns into melted golden brown goodness, then serve!
Here’s a useful tip for vegetarian cooking. In the right recipe, portobello mushrooms taste just like steak!
They do a great job replacing the meat in these satisfying and spicy tacos.
Corn tortillas are filled with mushroom, avocado, red cabbage, and a creamy jalapeno sauce.
Full of zesty flavor, they’re great for picky kids and fussy adults.
These addictive treats will easily take you from Meatless Mondays to Taco Tuesdays.
The family won’t even notice that they’ve gone meat-free for two whole days.
Portobellos double as burger patties in this creative recipe.
Heaped with sharp cheddar cheese, fresh tomato slices, and leafy lettuce, they’re just as good as the real thing.
And don’t forget the ‘fancy’ sauce. It’s a creamy, tangy blend of ketchup, mayo, garlic, and smoked paprika.
Slather it onto your mushroom patty, and your tastebuds will thank you!
One bite of this cheesy, rich sandwich will instantly transport you to sunny Southern Italy.
It’s loaded with bright Mediterranean flavors like ripe tomatoes, earthy mushrooms, provolone cheese, and fresh thyme.
Served on toasted sourdough and grilled to gooey perfection, it’s an indulgent meal that’s also healthy!
There’s something about a big bowl of creamy noodles that makes people happy.
So get happy tonight with this delicious dish that’s full of tender pasta, chewy mushrooms, and a dreamy alfredo sauce.
This kid-friendly comfort food can be made ahead of time and frozen, so you always have a cozy casserole on hand.
Planning a spring brunch? This fun pizza will be a guaranteed hit with your guests.
With tangy goat cheese, garlic, smoked paprika, parmesan, and mushroom, it’s bursting with bright flavor.
Garnish with fresh basil and thyme before serving to really wow the crowd.
I’m in love with these mushroom wraps.
It’s not just the crunchy vegetable filling. or the tangy balsamic dressing. or the soft and chewy wrap.
It’s the creamy basil mayo that brings everything together in a subtle but completely delicious way.
This dense soup is a super nutritious blend of mushrooms, onion, garlic, and herbs.
It’s a chunky broth with slight creaminess provided by a dash of dairy-free milk.
If you love mushrooms, you’ll love this cozy bowl, which highlights their mild but mouthwatering flavor.
This 30-minute stir-fry is tailor-made for rushed mid-week meals.
Healthy and satisfying, it’s so simple to throw together and is incredibly versatile.
Mushrooms, bell peppers, broccolini, and onion are sauteed in a tangy ginger, garlic, and sesame sauce.
Serve this delicious combo over quinoa or brown rice, and you’ll have a super nutritious meal that’s full of tempting tastes.
Portobellos bring all their rich, earthy flavor to this healthy vegan gravy.
Unlike most conventional gravy, there are no flour or additives in this flavorful side – just healthy whole foods.
Make a big batch because you’ll need it!
This thick sauce goes with everything.
Stir it into soups for next-level flavor, drizzle over mashed potatoes for ultimate comfort food, or just slurp it straight from the spoon.
Fiery, hot, and crunchy, these fajitas are one of my favorite dishes for Meatless Mondays.
It’ll take you just 30 minutes to get these yummy treats on the table. And you can customize them to add any ingredients you want.
Just don’t forget the mushrooms! They’ll add a meaty taste that makes this recipe extra rich and filling.
Ramen bowls are a great way to get a nutritious meal in your belly without much fuss.
This super easy recipe features lots of vegetables and soft noodles in a rich sriracha and soy broth.
The beauty of this dish is that you can get really creative with your add-ons.
Top with fresh cilantro, lime wedges, sesame seeds, chili sauce, bean sprouts, or all of the above!
A hearty ‘steak’ salad, without the steak, this is a delicious dish heaped with nutritious ingredients.
Full of South American flavors, it’s tangy, sweet, sour, and creamy.
It’s also extremely easy to throw together, so what are you waiting for?!
Treat the family tonight with a big bowl of healthy goodness.
Italy goes vegetarian in this hearty and tempting appetizer.
Portobellos are drenched in garlic butter and stuffed with a Caprese-style filling.
They’re full of juicy grape tomatoes, fresh basil leaves, and gooey balls of melted mozzarella.
This low-carb and healthy dish can be made ahead of time.
Just warm them in the oven, then drizzle with balsamic vinegar before serving to your hungry guests.
Sometimes, it’s good to keep things simple.
This satisfying and easy recipe is hassle-free and very, very good.
Portobello mushrooms are sliced and pan-fried in butter.
Toss in garlic, parmesan, breadcrumbs, and thyme before serving and enjoy!
One look at this melty mess of mushrooms and you’ll have a hard time resisting its cheesy charms.
Chunky portobello mushrooms are cut into thick slices, then coated with a garlic cream sauce and topped with cheese. (Lots and lots of cheese.)
Bake it up and you’ll open the oven to find a pan of mouthwatering, bubbling heaven.
This indulgent casserole is so dreamy, it’s hard to believe it’s low-carb.
Whether you’re doing the keto diet, or just avoiding potatoes, it’s the answer to your foodie prayers.
Stuffed mushrooms come in all shapes and sizes, but I’m saving myself for this fun Tex Mex version.
Healthy and low-fat, they’re stuffed with black beans, sweet corn, bell peppers, and lots of piquant spices.
A pinch of chili gives them just the right amount of heat while the gooey cheese topping provides the perfect finish.
Quick, easy, and nutritious, this is my kind of fuss-free dinner.
These dreamy vegetarian enchiladas are so full of rich flavor, you won’t miss the meat.
Soft tortillas are stuffed with a vegetable-laden filling, poblano peppers, and two types of cheese.
They’re then drenched in a creamy spicy sauce and baked until the cheese topping turns golden brown.
Serve this amazing dinner with a leafy green side salad and you’ll want to eat it every night.
A California burrito is just as vibrant, exciting, and fun as the state itself.
It’s a little bit of everything – french fries, vegetables, cheese, steak – wrapped up in a soft, floury tortilla.
This vegan version is crammed with french fries, pico de gallo, portobello, spicy salsa, vegan cheese, and guacamole. It’s a filling meal that doubles as a grab n’ go snack.
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