Sunday, November 29, 2015

Portobello Stack/#SundaySupper

I love chicken, and I can (and do) eat it pretty much everyday. So, when I discovered that we would be creating "Veggies as a Main Dish" today for #SundaySupper, I was at somewhat of a loss on what to make. Then I remembered something that helped me come up with this Portobello Stack. I used to run a kitchen in southern Utah, where the restaurant was in a hotel, and the manager of the hotel was vegetarian. However, our most popular dishes were Prime Rib and Pork Ribs! The manager was always asking me to make her some type of vegetarian dish, so I became familiar with creating dishes that made her feel full and happy, but were vegetarian. This Portobello Stack is one of those dishes. If you like mushrooms, this is definitely for you! It is full of four different kinds, and it has peppers, green onions, and tomatoes added for a wonderful robust flavor! Plus, I think you will really enjoy the sauce that is drizzled over the top!
mushrooms, portobellos, peppers, drizzled with sauce, green onion, avocado
Portobello Stack
 
 (makes 2 stacks)
2 Portobello Mushrooms
4 oz. Mixed Mushrooms of Crimini, Shiitake, and Oyster 
4 ounces Mix of red, orange, and yellow Peppers, cut in strips
4 Green Onion Stalks 
2 San Marzano Tomatoes, chopped
1/4 cup Sweet Chili Sauce
3 tablespoons Sour Cream
2 slices Avocado


mushrooms, pan frying, butter
Cut what is left of the stems from the Portobello mushrooms, then saute the mushrooms in butter. Cook on both sides until the mushrooms are done. You can check by sticking a toothpick in them. If it goes through the mushroom easily, it is done.
red peppers, yellow peppers, orange peppers, green onions
Saute the peppers and green onions, and add the tomatoes....
                  crimini mushrooms, shitake mushrooms, oyster mushrooms
Saute the mixed mushrooms in an other pan.
Sweet chilli sauce, sour cream, sauce, drizzle

While the veggies are sauteing, mix together the sweet chili sauce and the sour cream.
portobello mushroom, peppers, green onions
As the veggies are ready, start to build the stack. Place the peppers and tomatoes on the mushroom.
mushrooms, veggies
 Add mushrooms and more peppers. 
sauce, mushrooms, veggies
Drizzle the sauce over the stack and on the plate.
veggies, avocado, portobello, sauce
Add an avocado slice on top, and drizzle a little more sauce.
veggies, avocado, mushrooms, portobello,
Enjoy, and Thank you for joining me today!
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6 comments:

  1. Yum! I have Portobello's leftover from my #SundaySupper recipe, so I will plan to try this tonight! Thanks!

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  2. Yum! I have Portobello's leftover from my #SundaySupper recipe, so I will plan to try this tonight! Thanks!

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  3. Yeah, the hubby is truly a carnivore, so I knew I'd have to make something else for him. Your portobello stacks sound like the perfect entree for me, though :)

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  4. Now this is a meal I can get behind! Yum!

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  5. I could eat a plateful of these stacks!

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  6. These sound so delicious and I think portabellas are a great substitution for meat.

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