Mediterranean Portobello Burger

June/July 2006

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This mushroom sandwich comes topped with a luscious Greek-style salad. Make it a meal: Serve with cucumber spears and a glass of Firestone Gewurztraminer.

"This was really yummy!! I LOVE portobello mushrooms anyway and this sandwich really satisfies! The salad topping for this is scrumptious too! I will make this dish again for sure! "
Mediterranean Portobello Burger

9 Reviews for Mediterranean Portobello Burger

delicious meal!

Loved it! I wasn't sure if I would like the mushroom as the main part of the meal but the melding of the the various tastes of the vegetables, salad, dressing and cheese was just marvelous! We both loved it!!!

My husband and I loved all of it!!!
An Italian Panini!

I had to change a few things up but it was still fabulous. Instead of sourdough bread I used ciabatta bread. I also used goat cheese instead of feta and did not need the vinager or oil as my tomatoes and olives already had that. It came out better than I could have imagined. I will be serving it often. My husband and neighbor both raved.

Quick and easy.

My son and I LOVE this recipe. It is our go-to summer vegetarian recipe. We usually just broil the mushrooms and bread instead of pull out the grill.

Also, we usually end up with leftover toppings because my son doesn't like a lot so I just eat the toppings along on the toasted bread the next day!

Great recipe!!!

delightful burgers with delicious Mediterranean topping. Burgers are simple to prepare with only olive oil and salt; Topping is a delightful combo of sweet and silky roasted red peppers with savory and salty olives. tomatoes and lettuce refresh the tongue while feta brightens up the whole finish. Great dish, great for picnics, works fabulous in a wrap!

easy, quick, flavorful, healthy fats, vegetarian, adaptable

This is fantastic! I roasted my own pepper so it was a little more time consuming than it needed to be (as written it would really easy). So full of flavor! Whole family loved it. Will definitely make again.

Flavorful, meatless, filling
Comments (1)


opq wrote 4 years 13 weeks ago

Oh, and did them open faced---using a knife & fork---I think trying to it as a sandwich would be difficult w/ all the "salad" ingredients. (and that way we could keep adding "salad")

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