Grilling Portobello Mushrooms on a gas grill | BBQ or roasting in the oven is a simple and flavourful way to cook mushrooms.
Serve with a big dollop of Kale & Green Bean Pesto.
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Grilled Portobello Mushrooms
PREP wipe any dirt off caps + trim off stems if you like – save for another dish or stock.
FLUTED side up – drizzle a little olive oil + sprinkle salt + thyme + splash sherry or sherry vinegar over each mushroom = deepens the flavour.
HEAT your grill | BBQ. Roast in a pre-heat oven 400F | 200C
COOK fluted side up – 15 – 25mins until soft with a nice dark colour – they will have a liquid in the fluted cap = a flavour bomb – keep it – do not turn your mushrooms over during cooking.
CRIMINI – BABY-BELLA = small Portobello Mushrooms they are all the same Fungi Variety.
SAVE the stems – Portobello Stems are edible – use in another dish or freeze until you have a handful – add to make flavourful stocks
SIZE – depending on the size of your mushrooms cooking time with vary