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    while in St Louis camping with Julie and Jeff (Jeff), she introduces us to grilling Portobello mushrooms .... the first two pictures show a large Portobello that she grilled with other veggies .... the second three pictures show a couple that we grilled with a South Dakota sirloin .... over the years I've heard some folks extol the virtues of Portobello mushrooms and they are pretty good .... those who have told me that they can be used to replace hamburger on a bun have over stated it by a wide margin .... we enjoy them as a side dish and will fix them again .... we coated ours with olive oil and sprinkled them Tex Joy Steak Seasoning

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    We pull out the stem and pour a little olive oil and balsamic vinegar into the underside. Maybe some salt, pepper, and garlic. Grill them top down on the BBQ for 20 min or so. No flipping.

    They come out dripping with luscious juice and a bit of a calamari type chew to them.

    Yum!
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    • #3
      don't know about the balsamic vinegar part but the rest sounds good .... I like the ideal of grilling them without flipping, will give that a try .... suggestion appreciated

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        Blech... fungus....
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jeff View Post
          Blech... fungus....
          Without yeast, which is in the fungus family, you would not enjoy your precious PBR....
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Jeff View Post
            Blech... fungus....
            your lovely wife knows best ..

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            • #7
              balsamic vinegar

              Sams is now selling Panera Breads balsamic vinegar.
              At Panera it is used on their salads, but I always get some to put on my favorite Italian Sandwich.

              While at Sams I did by a couple of bottles,
              it also has some herbs already in it.
              Might save some time just using that.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by b_garage View Post
                We pull out the stem and pour a little olive oil and balsamic vinegar into the underside. Maybe some salt, pepper, and garlic. Grill them top down on the BBQ for 20 min or so. No flipping.

                Yum!

                we are once again grilling portobello mushroom caps and based on the recommendation above, we are following the recipe shown in this link

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                • #9
                  as noted above, we followed the recipe, we used Vidalia onions .... the Portobello mushrooms turned out well .... the vinegar did have a pronounced impact on the flavor .... folks who like Italian dressing and Portobello mushrooms will probably really like them .... I ate two caps and they were OK but I think next time I'll try to get Maureen to substitute soy sauce for the Balsamic Vinegar

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by JEBar View Post
                    I ate two caps and they were OK but I think next time I'll try to get Maureen to substitute soy sauce for the Balsamic Vinegar

                    Jim
                    as noted in the post above, the next time we grilled portobello muschrooms, we decided to replace the vinegar with Kikkoman Soy Sauce .... bottom line, purely outstanding .... the recipe below will become our standard way of fixing portobello mushrooms

                    3 portobello mushrooms
                    1/4 cup canola oil
                    3 tablespoons chopped onion
                    4 cloves garlic, minced
                    4 tablespoons Kikkoman Soy Sauce

                    Directions
                    Clean mushrooms and remove stems, reserve for other use. Place caps on a plate with the gills up. In a small bowl, combine the oil, onion, garlic and soy sauce. Pour mixture evenly over the mushroom caps and let stand for 1 hour. Grill over hot grill for 10 minutes. Serve immediately.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by JEBar View Post

                      as noted in the post above, the next time we grilled portobello mushrooms, we decided to replace the vinegar with Kikkoman Soy Sauce .... bottom line, purely outstanding .... the recipe below will become our standard way of fixing portobello mushrooms

                      3 portobello mushrooms
                      1/4 cup canola oil
                      3 tablespoons chopped onion
                      4 cloves garlic, minced
                      4 tablespoons Kikkoman Soy Sauce

                      Directions
                      Clean mushrooms and remove stems, reserve for other use. Place caps on a plate with the gills up. In a small bowl, combine the oil, onion, garlic and soy sauce. Pour mixture evenly over the mushroom caps and let stand for 1 hour. Grill over hot grill for 10 minutes. Serve immediately.

                      Jim

                      yesterday we purchased a couple of really nice portobello mushroom caps that we are looking forward to grilling according to the above recipe .... one of the things that consistently impresses us is the quality of produce available this time of year in the Conroe, TX area
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                      • #12
                        Sometimes I chop the stems and use them as I would sliced button mushrooms

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                        • #13
                          another variation.... grilled cheese, crab, shrimp stuffed Portobello cap .... shredded cheddar/Mozzarella + canned crab + canned tiny shrimp + bread crumbs .... amount of each to taste .... for me, light on the crab meat .... grilled on low on our Holland Companion until the cheese melts on top .... really good
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