- 1 ea. Avocado From Mexico, pitted & peeled
- 2 T. low-fat plain yogurt
- 1/2 t. garlic, minced
- 4 ea. medium portabella mushrooms, stems removed
- 3 T. olive oil, divided
- 3/4 t. salt, divided
- 1/2 t. pepper, divided
- 1 ea. medium onion, diced
- 4 ea. whole-grain burger buns, toasted
- 4 ea. jarred roasted red peppers, drained & diced
- In a small bowl, mash together 1/2 of the avocado, yogurt, garlic, 1/4 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper. Set aside.
- Slice remaining avocado.
- Brush mushrooms with 1 tablespoon of oil; season with 1/2 teaspoon salt and 1/4 teaspoon pepper.
- Heat a large skillet over medium heat. Place mushrooms cavity-side down and cook for 4 minutes; turn over and cook for another 4 minutes until mushroom is tender. Remove from heat and transfer to a plate cavity-side up.
- Heat the remaining oil in a small skillet over medium-high heat. Add onions and cook for 8 minutes until tender.
- To assemble, spread avocado mixture on both halves of each bun. On the bottom bun, place mushroom cavity-side up and fill with onions and roasted peppers. Top with avocado slices and cover with bun tops.
If you’re looking for a tasty, vegetarian-friendly burger, this is it! You’ll fall in love with this Portobello mushroom burger featuring fresh Avocados From Mexico, low-fat yogurt, tasty roasted red peppers, and more. You should pair it with your favorite guac! One of our favorites is this classic mexican guacamole recipe.
What is a Portobello?
A portobello is an edible mushroom that’s native to Europe and North America. Its scientific name is Agaricus bisporus.
How do you tell if Portobello mushrooms are bad?
Typically, when your Portobello mushrooms turn dark in color and develop an odor, they’re bad. Fresh mushrooms do not have much of an odor, and they also shouldn’t be slimy either.
How do you clean Portobello mushroom caps?
Clean your Portobello mushroom caps the same way you clean your other produce. We recommend reading the USDA’s guide for washing your produce.