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Roasted Portobello Caps

January/February 2007

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (64 votes)

Think of a jumbo stuffed mushroom without all the high-fat ingredients but with all the flavor. Serve these alongside grilled chicken breasts or a juicy steak.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I was skeptical, but this was incredibly tasty. I will definitely be making this again! "
Roasted Portobello Caps

5 Reviews for Roasted Portobello Caps

09/20/2014
Anonymous
Yummy!

Very delicious! Good source of trace element Selenium. Will definitely serve again! :)

Selenium!
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11/11/2012
Anonymous
Substitute roasted pureed pumpkin for oil

I substituted pureed pumpkin for the oil and halved the cheese, then added sliced roasted almonds for some crunch. Kids loved it!

A great starting point
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05/25/2012
Anonymous
Cheese & oil = high fat!

The description says, "without all the high-fat ingredients," but two of the ingredients are cheese and oil!
Please come up with recipes that at least don't have cheese in them.

No meat
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2 comments

Anonymous wrote 10 weeks 1 day ago

Olive Oil is a good kind of

Olive Oil is a good kind of fat that you can add to your diet. Now, if you use vegetable oil, or something that isn't the 'real' thing than you're asking for real 'fatty' types of food.

Anonymous wrote 1 year 16 weeks ago

Pls come up with your own low

Pls come up with your own low cal filling.

Anonymous wrote 2 years 13 weeks ago

Just cause you have a high

Just cause you have a high fat ingredient in a recipe doesn't make the recipe high fat. Learn to eat things in moderation instead of elimination. Your body needs amino acids and certain fatty acids to function normally. Maintaining a certain level of fat in your diet is actually a good thing. If you think 5g of fat is high fat (I dont) then cut down on the cheese and use more bread crumbs.

04/28/2010
Anonymous

I was skeptical, but this was incredibly tasty. I will definitely be making this again!

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02/04/2010

Very easy to make- and can make up fillng beforehand (always a plus)

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