Grilled Portabella Mushrooms

13 reviews, 4.5 star(s). 100% would make again

Ready in 12 minutes

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1 pk Portabella mushroom caps
1/4 cup Olive oil
2 tablespoons Balsamic vinegar
1 Shallot; finely chopped
1 clove Garlic; finely chopped

Original recipe makes 2 Servings



1. Remove stems and wipe caps clean with a damp paper towel.

2. Combine oil, vinegar, shallots and garlic.

3. Turn mushrooms on their backs, with dark "gill" side up. Spoon dressing over gills.

4. Grill on rack over hot coals, gill sides up, for 4 minutes. Slice and serve.

Posted to Master Cook Recipes List, Digest #109

Date: Tue, 4 Jun 1996


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Makes a great side! Easy to make!


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gerre 2y ago

Very good! I will definitely be making this again.
tlbarker72 2y ago

Instant hit with this family!
SanguinePony 4y ago

I made it twice and it tastes great.
massakack 4y ago

I added a little mozzarella cheese under the broiler, it was excellent for a side dish.
cricket85 5y ago

These were decided upon as a last minute side. SO glad I came across the recipe, they were delicious!
SanguinePony 5y ago

cant wait to try these with my next steak dinner, thanks for sharing, CCheryl
CCheryl 5y ago

I love good vinegar. I was a bit skeptical because I don't like rawish onions (shallots) but I used red onions and these were YUM!!! Very happy with this; I served them with creamy lemon spagetti.
ChefFiegel 5y ago

A good basalmic vinegar has NO VINEGAR TASTE. Basalmic vinegar is one of these things where you truly get what you pay for. The more $ usually means the more age. You can eat a good basalmic from a spoon. It is that sweet.
maralynk 5y ago

I didn't have the shallots so I substituted chopped leeks & orange bell peppers. I also substituted rice vinegar for balsamic. Feel free to experiment. You can't go wrong. So easy @ so good. :-)
Deniwell 6y ago

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