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A Year of Slow Cooking

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Portobello Mushroom Sandwiches CrockPot Recipe

 This is a dump and go recipe---no chopping required! You do have to get the stems out of the mushrooms, but you easily can do that on a little plastic plate or paper towel. There's no need to dirty up a cutting board.

The Ingredients.
4 large portobello (bella) mushrooms, stems removed
1/4 cup prepared Italian salad dressing (you can use your own favorite blend)
1 (7-ounce) jar roasted red peppers
buns, rolls, or toasted bread for serving. The bread pictured is Udi's gluten free whole grain sandwich bread.

The Directions.

Use a 4-quart slow cooker. Wash the mushrooms, and remove and discard the stems (compost them. for some reason guinea pigs don't like mushrooms, and they'll just sit in there forever and rot.)

Put the mushrooms into your pot, and add the entire jar of roasted peppers and the salad dressing. Cover and cook on low for 4 to 5 hours, or on high for about2. Serve with a slotted spoon onto your favorite sandwich bread item (sandwich bread item? why did I type that? it makes no sense.)

The Verdict.

The tangy flavor from the salad dressing and the peppers complemented the thick meaty texture of the mushrooms really well. I thoroughly enjoyed this sandwich, although I was probably the only one who would look forward to having it again. It's a little girly. And the mushrooms are a bit slimy.

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I really should make more Irish Cream Coffee for this...


5 comments:

Kalen said...

That looks AWESOME!!!

FabBecky said...

Yum! The next time I go grocery shopping (sadly not until next month) this is going on my list. I am think these will make great fillings for wraps I can pack for school.

Patti said...

Mm, this looks delicious. Definitely going on my list to make this week!

Karen said...

How do you think it would do with a sesame ginger dressing?

A Gluten Free Mommy said...

I love Udi's bread for regular sandwiches...I've yet to try a hot sandwich and this recpie might make me try one! Good job!

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