Wanna Eat Some Giant Fungus? We Are Going To Reveal How To Grilling A Portobello Mushroom!

 

What is a Portobello mushroom?

 

A Portabello mushroom is basically a pretty giant mushroom.

Portabello mushrooms are often filled or used as a vegetarian burger filling, as they come loosely to a diameter of 12 cm.

Of course, they can also be processed generally in mushroom dishes.

Grilled they taste outstanding as a side dish to meat dishes.

You can simply slice them and place them directly on the grill, fill them, or marinate them.

 

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How To Grilling A Portobello Mushroom?

 

There few options to choose between Portobello mushroom grilling with aroma, olive oil or marinated.

 

 

Ingredients:

  • 8-10 Portobello mushrooms
  • Aromatic or olive oil
  • Salt

 

Sprinkle Portobello mushrooms with aromatic oil.

Flavour olive oil with a slice of lemon, ginger, garlic clove, rosemary and chili pepper and leave to pull for a few hours.

The oil gains in the aroma the longer it lasts.

It can also be used over several weeks.

Alternatively, you can only use olive oil.

Place the oiled mushrooms on the grill and grill for five to six minutes from both sides.

Sprinkle with a little oil again and again.

 

 

Marinated Portobello Grilled Mushrooms

 

Ingredients:

  • 3 Portobello mushrooms
  • 60 ml rapeseed oil
  • 3 teaspoons small sliced onions
  • 4 pressed garlic cloves
  • 4 spoons balsamic vinegar

 

Here’s how they grill portobello mushrooms:

 

Clean the fungus.

Then place the mushrooms with the slats up side by side in a small bowl.

For the marinade, mix the oil, onions, garlic, and balsamic vinegar and add the marinade over the mushrooms.

Now the mushrooms must be pulled in the marinade for at least an hour.

Grill the portobello mushrooms for about 10 minutes over direct heat.

It is crucial to let the mushrooms in the marinade for a long time and then cook through on the grill.

It took a bit more than 10 minutes.

 

Bon Appetit!