We’ve been hooked on baby bella crimini mushrooms, but the other day, I decided to mix things up and get the portobello caps. As you probably know, portobellos make a great burger substitute, because you can grill ’em whole just like a steak, so I knew I wanted to make some kind of sandwich with them.
Portobello mushroom sandwiches have been done to death on food blogs, so I tried to come up with something that would make this one special: enter avocado aioli. Avocado aioli is basically like guacamole on steroids. This sandwich would have been good without it, but it was great with it.
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We ate the sandwiches with some sliced pickles and grilled veggies on the side, along with an ice cold beer. I couldn’t be any happier with how they came out. I hope you give them a try and enjoy them as much as we did!
BTW, did you know some steak sauces are vegan friendly? It may seem a bit ironic, but it’s true. We used A. 1. Sauce for this recipe, but plenty others are also animal-free. Just be sure to check the ingredients label before you buy.