Portobello mushrooms are versatile and healthy! They provide 11% of the daily fiber requirement and contain approximately 30 calories per serving.
Mushrooms convert sunlight into vitamin D, which helps the body absorb calcium and phosphorus, two essential nutrients for maintaining bone strength and health.
Portobellos also contain antioxidants, vitamin B, potassium, and selenium.
They are a plant-based delicacy that, when cooked correctly, mimick steak.
This recipe uses 4 to 8 mushroom caps. There is enough filling for all 8 mushrooms or 4 mushrooms with a side of the Spinach Artichoke filling.
These filled mushrooms take a few extra steps, however, the result is deliciousness on a plate.
A huge shout out to Twospoons.ca for posting their mushroom pasta recipe which was featured on Vegan Feed Gram. It was a great inspiration for my creation shown here. This is a super-fast dinner idea and takes less than 30 minutes from start to finish.
You can experiment with different types of veggies and also pasta. I used what I had in my pantry and am delighted with the deliciousness of this dish!
This New York Times recipe popped into my inbox a few days ago and I was excited to give it a try. I went to pick up some dumpling wrappers at Whole Foods and unfortunately, they only had eggroll wrappers. Being a fan of Bob Ross, I subscribe to the saying that “We don’t make mistakes, we just have happy little accidents!”
I followed the recipe for the “dumplings” but was not happy with the filling. It tasted bland and spicey. So, I decided to make some adjustments and the outcome was spectacular.
I’ve included a step-by-step picture tutorial on how to wrap the pockets. First, cut the squares into two triangles. Add a small amount of filling and fold over like shown in the pictures. Please use water and lightly coat the edges to make sure every side is sealed.
This does take a bit of time but makes enough to pop in the freezer for a quick, weeknight meal alongside a salad.