Portobello Sub Sammie

I have definitely been trying more things in the kitchen thanks to Pinterest. Recently I stumbled upon a pin from Nisrine’s Dinners & Dreams blog. I couldn’t find one of the ingredients, so I modified the recipe, and added a couple different items.
Whisk all ingredients in a bowl. Slice baby portobello mushrooms in half and toss in the mixture. Let marinate for 30 minutes.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees and bake for 5 minutes. Flip mushrooms. Bake for 5 more minutes.
I made mine pretty spicy by adding the crushed red pepper. Obviously if you aren’t into the heat, reduce or remove that ingredient. 🙂 I added honey [after I took this photo] because my favorite salad vinaigrette is composed of olive oil, balsamic vinegar, oregano and honey…so I knew that combination rocked.
You can eat the mushrooms as a side [as shown on Dinners & Dreams], or on a sandwich [toasted!], also shown on Nisrine’s blog. I wanted to include some sliced avocados but was all out…the tomatoes were a tasty addition!
Have you tried something similar? What could I add to enhance this already delicious sandwich??
Now I’m hungry again. 🙂



  1. Mmmm!!! Looks so delish!!! I Love mushrooms sauteed with Laughing Cow creamy swiss cheese! But, to be honest this looks way yummier!


  2. Sorry, I hate mushrooms. Don't know why! Just do! But for some reason, your pictures still made me want to lick the screen. Just one of those weird things, I guess!

  3. This looks SO GOOD. I actually have a (regular-sized) portobello that is going bad pretty soon… this might be the perfect solution for it!

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