Thursday, 10 January 2013

Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms

Portobello mushroom it's delicious and ultra nutritional. They are a good source of nutrients, such as copper, folate, niacin and has as much potassium as a banana which is essential to a healthy heart. On top of that they are also source of calcium.
This recipe is delicious, you can serve it as an appetiser or as a side dish, anyway you prefer it's heavenly good.

400g mini portobello mushroom
1/2 onion chopped
4 cloves garlic
5g chives chopped
1 tbsp nutritional yeast
2 tbsp breadcrumbs
Vegetable oil
Black pepper

1 - Separate 2/3 of the mushrooms, spread a bit of salt in it and set aside. Slice the rest of them.
2 - Saute the onions and garlic on a little of vegetable oil.
3 - Add the sliced mushrooms, chives, salt and pepper and cook it for 15 minutes in low fire.
4 - Turn the fire off, add the nutritional yeast and breadcrumbs.
5 - On a non sticky frying pan, fry the portobello mushrooms (no need for oil) you separated at the beginning for 2 minutes at each side.
6 - When ready stuff the fried mushroom with the cooked mixture and serve straight it away.



  1. These look good, will try them at some point this week x

  2. I have spent a lovely couple of hours reading through your archives and there are so many recipes that I am keen to try. You are my type of cook - not too many exotic ingredients and quick to put together and cook. Keep up the great work x

    1. Thanks for your lovely comment Fran, it's really nice to receive comments like that. Let me know when you try the stuffed mushroom. Xx