Portobello burger. These veggie burgers are easy, and make a great beef alternative that even a meat lover would enjoy. The mushrooms are marinated then grilled and topped with melted Swiss cheese, grilled red onion, tomatoes, spinach, and avocado – yum!! Grilled Portobello Burgers are so satisfying!
Portobello Mushroom Burger on the Stove. Use an indoor grill pan like this one. Another stove option: Cook the mushrooms in a lightly oiled cast-iron or similar heavy-bottom skillet. You can have Portobello burger using 9 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Portobello burger
- Prepare 80 of L/20F ground beef.
- You need 2-3 of baby portobello mushrooms.
- You need 1 of brioche bun.
- It’s 2-3 slice of Pork jowl bacon.
- It’s 2-3 of garlic gloves.
- You need of White truffle oil.
- Prepare of Butter.
- Prepare of Olive oil.
- It’s 1 slice of Provolone cheese.
Portobello Mushroom Burger in the Oven. While making your own veggie burger patties from-scratch can be complicated, these easy portobello mushroom burgers keep vegetable-forward grilling feeling simple. Meaty and rich in savory flavor, marinated and grilled portobello mushrooms make for the perfect vegetarian burgers. For this flavor-packed burger recipe, half of a roasted bell pepper is stirred into mayonnaise for a zesty sandwich.
Portobello burger instructions
- Preparing the ingredients. Rinse and Slice 3 baby portobello in to slices. Finely Dice 2 garlic cloves. For the burger, portion out a baseball sized meat patty. (Adjust the size base on your appetite). Add salt and pepper and also onion salt (i got mine from trader joes) and reshape the burger into a ball (i use a foreman grill for smash burger). Toss the ball around your hand to form a solid and smooth surface with no cracks. We will need 2-3 slice of pork jowl bacon(don't use normal bacon)..
- The portobello saute. In a small pan at medium heat, add 1 tablespoon of butter, 1 tbsp of olive oil, and quarter or half table spoon of truffle oil (depending on your taste). Once the butter is melted and the oil mixture is combined add in the mushrooms and garlic. Let the portobello sit while flipping it a few times in the middle until it shrinks to about half of its original size and are soaked in oil. Remove the mushrooms and garlic to a bowl for later assembly. DON'T THROW THE OIL MIX AWAY..
- The burger. After your grill is hot spray a little bit of cooking oil on it and place the ball shaped patty on to the grill and smash it hard. To about the size of your buns. Let it sit for 2-4 minutes depending how you want your burger cooked. After around 2-4 minutes open the grill and place a slice of provolone cheese on it and let it sit for 2 minute until you start to see the cheese to take shape of the burger but not dripping. Take the burger off the heat and let it sit for later assembly..
- Lastly. Use the same pan you sauteed the portobellos in and turn the heat up to high. And place 2-3 sliced of pork jowl bacon in the pan. Flip the bacon if it start to curl up and let it curl back. Keep this process for about 2-3 times(4-6 flips) until your bacon looks ready. Don't cook the bacon hard because you want a snapping texture when you bite into it. Turn the heat to medium and use the same pan and toast the inside of both the upper and lower bun for around 30 seconds each..
- Assemble the burger from bottom to top. Lower bun, burger with cheese, portobello saute, pork jowl bacon then upper bun. And enjoy..
Start with the gill side up, so when you flip all the extra liquid goes into the grates. A good veggie burger doesn't have to be boring and this easy mushroom burger is anything but. The gently wilted spinach will stay on the portobello mushroom burger better than raw spinach, which tends to. The key to a really delicious vegan or vegetarian portobello burger recipe is in the marinade! We'll brush the mushrooms with soy sauce, lemon juice, garlic, and spices.