Portobello Parmesan — Meatless Monday

by in Recipes, June 24th, 2013

Portobello ParmesanWhen it comes to classic Parmesan casseroles — those cheesy beauties piled high with mozzarella and tomato sauce — chicken and its vegetarian cousin, eggplant, tend to steal the spotlight. That is, until now. Instead of relying on those familiar favorites, try making earthy portobello mushrooms the centerpiece of the dish. They’re every bit as easy to prepare as chicken and eggplant, and they pair well with marinara-style sauce; plus, they’re hefty and satisfying, so you won’t be hungry soon after eating.

Meaty and substantial, the Portobello Parmesan (pictured above) for Food Network Magazine is a top-rated recipe that puts portobello caps to work. After slicing them into thin rounds, coat them in a three-part dredging process: flour first, egg wash next and cheesy breadcrumbs last to offer crunchy texture. Deep-fry the mushrooms until they’re golden brown, then layer them with a garlic-basil tomato sauce and a duo of creamy mozzarella and Parmesan cheeses, and bake for just a few minutes. Whether you serve this family-friendly casserole with pasta or feature it on its own, this easy dinner is a go-to favorite.

Get the Recipe: Portobello Parmesan for Food Network Magazine

Meatless Monday, an international movement, encourages people everywhere to cut meat one day a week for personal and planetary health. Browse more Meatless Monday recipes.

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