Seafood Stuffed Portabello

Seafood Stuffed Portabello

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

Ready in 45 minutes

These are versitile stuffed portabello mushroom caps. They can be used as a main dish, or an appitizer. If you use smaller portobellos, they can be used as Hors dOeuvers. I created this, and I have a nasty habit of just throwing things into the pan and not writing down what I've done. I've made this a few times, wrote it down, and made a few adjustments along the way. So if there are issues, feel free to let me know.


2 teaspoons Olive oil; divided
2 teaspoons Butter; divided
1/4 pound Mushroom; chopped
1/4 pound Shrimp
1/4 pound Scallops; chopped
1 Lobster tail; Chopped, or 1/2 lb whitefish, cod or halibut, chopped
Shallots; diced
Garlic powder; to taste
Pepper; to taste
Salt; to taste
2 teaspoons Sherry
1 tablespoon Lemon; juice
Bread crumbs; add until the mixture starts to come together
4 Portabella Mushrooms

Original recipe makes 4



Clean mushrooms. Set the Portabello caps aside.

In a large frying pan or saute pan, saute the chopped mushrooms in butter and oil. Until softened, remove.

Cook shrimp and scallops in oil and butter, with shallot.* Return the mushrooms to the pan.

Combine the rest of the ingredients.

Stuff into portabello cap and bake at 350? for about 15 min.

*If using uncooked fish, cook at this time as well.

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I tried this with modifications. Chopped spinach instead of chopped mushrooms. Also sprinkled Parmesan on top. Delish! I recommend my changes!
Samanthalb84 3y ago

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scturner97 8y ago

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