Breakfasts — By Ben on 21 July 2011
Stuffed Portobellos Breakfast

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I love to stuff portobello mushrooms. Their shape and size are perfect for that and it’s just so much fun. Grab a portobello, clean it up, season it, stuff it and cook it. How easy is that? My favorite produce vendor at my local market had some beautiful portobellos the other day and I couldn’t resist getting a package of six. I made two into soup, two more I stuffed with ground beef but I didn’t know what to do with the last two. So yesterday morning I decided to experiment something new and this delicious and easy to make breakfast came up.

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Portobello breakfast

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Stuffed Portobellos
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Recipe type: Breakfast
Cuisine: Mexican
 
Ingredients
  • •2 portobello mushrooms, stems cut
  • •2 large eggs
  • •1 TBSP olive oil
  • •fresh dill, rosemary and basil, chopped
  • •salt and pepper to taste
Instructions
  1. Drizzle olive oil on portobellos and season.
  2. Place them on a greased baking sheet.
  3. Sprinkle the herbs on top.
  4. Crack open the eggs and carefully put one inside each mushroom
  5. Bake for 10-12 minutes at 300° F (150 C)

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grew up around food. His family owned a restaurant in Mexico City and he spent a big deal of his childhood helping and learning after school the art of creating delicious dishes from simple ingredients. He created this blog to share his kitchen adventures with the world.

(47) Readers Comments

  1. We made little portobello pizzas and to keep them from getting soggy; scrape out the gills with a grapefruit (or regular) spoon then bake them for a few minutes upside down on a pan so they dry out a ilttle bit. For this recipe I would do that first then flip them right side up and put the eggs in it.

  2. I just finished my breafkast, but these look soooooo amazing! They’d be perfect to serve to a crowd of people for brunch.

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  4. Delish! I poked holes in them and baked them on a wire backing rack that i placed over a cookie sheet, this helped alot with the juices! Thanks for the recipe!

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  6. Mine was extremely runny! I want to try it again, though. More salt next time. It is such a great fresh recipe.

  7. It turned out fantastic when I surprised my pregnant wifey!! very elegant breakfast indeed! I didn’t have dill so I tried it with some fresh spring onions. I loved it!

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  9. 300 degrees for 10-12 minutes?

  10. My eggs didn’t cook to white at 300 degrees even in twice the time. What did I do wrong?

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