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Baked Portobello Mushrooms

Baked Portobello Mushrooms

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I recently had a cook-together with my girlfriends Jac and Pam at Pam’s spanking new kitchen. We all made one dish each (Pam made creamy tortellini, I made buffalo wings) while Jac made these super delicious and gourmet looking baked portobello mushrooms.

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The mushrooms were topped with ham, cheese, garlic and more mushrooms. The only “complaint” we had about these mushrooms was that there were not enough, simply because they were too yummy.

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This is super easy too – my friend, Jac, who claimed to be a total noob in the kitchen (we disagree with her!), cooked this for us and everyone was wowed by the results. The mushrooms were juicy and we can taste the wholesome goodness of all the ingredients.

Baked Portobello Mushrooms

Jac cooked the mushrooms entirely in Pam’s Philips air fryer, and I managed to recreate the dish at home using a traditional oven. This is a perfect side dish to accompany almost any meal you have, definitely a keeper’s recipe for me. Thanks Jac for sharing her wonderful recipe :)

34 comments on “Baked Portobello Mushrooms”

  1. Like the recipes!!!!

  2. How do I tell which are portobello mushrooms? In SG, where to get it cheapest? Wet market or supermarket and what is a good price range to know that the market vendors are not overpricing because I’m a “noobcook”? Thanks :)

    • Most NTUC fairprice sells. Around $4 for 8-12 pieces of Portobello mushroom. Bought mine a few days ago. Hope this helps. :)

  3. There should have a sign that tells you what they are.  If not ask someone who works in the produce area of the grocery store.  Don’t have any idea what a “wet market” is.  My local grocery store have them and they are well marked.  If they are not In your market/grocery store ASK,.  Don’t know what you are referring to “SG”. 😉

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