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Mushroom Grilling

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A delicious portabella burger is a vegetarian meal even a meat eater will love. Mushrooms are conveniently grillable and add a fresh dimension to your usual outdoor barbecue.  

1) Pick a size

Large portabella mushrooms can hold their own on the grill grate alongside other burgers, ribs and chicken. Portabellas are a great meatless alternative to the burger patty for their meaty, earthy taste and texture. Since mushrooms loose about 50% of their size, smaller mushrooms such as oyster, white or shiitake are perfect for skewering on pre-soaked bamboo or sautéing in foil baskets using 6-12 inches of foil, lifting the edges and placing the crumbled seasoned mushrooms inside.

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2) Clean ‘em up

Before they hit the grill, pat them down with a cloth or paper towel and rinse any debris off with cold water then let dry. Trim up the stems, especially for portabella burgers.

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3) Add some flavor

Slather them with marinade like barbecue sauce, teriyaki sauce or olive oil, lemon juice and spices overnight or use a glazing brush and add the marinade right on the grill.

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4) Hit the flame

Brush grill with olive oil if placing directly on the grill. Depending on size, cook for 10-15 minutes, rotating frequently until mushrooms are light golden brown.

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5) Serve and enjoy!

Serve them as a complementary side dish with grilled chicken, place them on top a seared steak or enjoy one right between two buns for a delightful mushroom burger.

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