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newbie - portabella

TommyTommy Posts: 116
edited 11:56AM in EggHead Forum
I have never cooked vegatables on the grill so I'm learning here.
Potatoes came out good, eggplant was really good but I tried some portobella mushrooms and the flavor was good but they were soggy.
Any tips on grilling portabella mushrooms would be helpful.


  • stikestike Posts: 15,597
    they have a lot of moisture, and the egg ratains alot, so they can be pretty wet in the end.[p]we grill gills down, with a little olive oil and salt. let them get some grill marks, then flip gills ip and spoon on tapenade, maybe some parmesan, cracked pepper, etc.[p]move them to the sides and let them dry out a bit at 350 or so. they stay really moist, which we like. dunno how 'wet' is too wet.

    ed egli avea del cul fatto trombetta -Dante
  • TommyTommy Posts: 116
    Thanks, they were wet but good so if that is normal I want worry about it.
    Next project for the grill is a cabbage.

  • RascalRascal Posts: 3,755
    Tommy, Think I saw on Food TV where they recommended stemming and removing the gills for that very reason. After that I imagine you could stuff them with whatever your heart desires![p]Rascal

  • SundownSundown Posts: 2,971
    Tommy,[p]Now you're talking! Dr. BBQ has a recipe for grilled cabbage and I want to try it soon. Maybe with the next pulled pork afternoon.
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