24 responses

  1. Alta
    February 3, 2010

    Yes, please! This looks divine. I love portobellos – and quinoa is GREAT!

  2. Aimee
    February 3, 2010

    *Whistle* It is looking VERY spiffy around here! Good work. I can relate to the tears thing–I am certainly NOT the techie in the family.

    So I guess this Simple Bites is really happening, eh? ;) Very glad you are on Team Aimee and look forward to your posts.

    Lovely nod to your aunt. My condolences on your loss.

  3. Ed
    February 3, 2010

    I absolutely LOVE portobello mushrooms! Love them! I am definitely going to print this recipe out and give them a try.

    When making the tomato sauce, could I substitute olive oil for the canola oil?
    .-= Ed´s last blog ..Oil of Oregano Benefits =-.

    • admin
      February 3, 2010

      Any oil is fine Ed!

  4. Shan
    February 4, 2010

    I’ve also toasted quinoa instead of rinsing it, and that works just as well to get rid of the bitter taste. Plus it kind of develops that nuttiness a little more. My strainer lets some of the quinoa grains through and then it usually sticks when I’m pouring it the pan. This way, I toast the quinoa in the pan I’m cooking it in and just add the water when the grains are light brown.

  5. mangocheeks
    February 7, 2010

    Thank you to you and your Aunt Barbara. This is just my kind of food. A wonderful vegetarian meal, I really love the combo.

  6. Lillea Woodlyns
    February 24, 2010

    I love portobello mushrooms – how they have an almost meaty taste. I also like quinoa. Quinoa isn’t a true grain, it’s a seed, so that’s why nutritionally it’s different.
    .-= Lillea Woodlyns´s last blog ..Buy Quinoa? Where to Find the Best Tasting Brands =-.

  7. fokxxy
    August 19, 2010

    Just wanted to leave a comment and say that these look amazing!! I am dying to give them a try. I am printing your recipe and going to make it as soon as I can. Wonderful! Thank you!

  8. Alix
    February 4, 2012

    Delicious & super easy! My husband & I loved it. We are new to cooking portobella mushrooms & what a great recipe to start! Yum-o!!

    • Elizabeth
      February 4, 2012

      Awesome, so glad you loved it!

  9. steven
    February 10, 2012

    Yummy! Thank you and God Bless Aunt Barbara!

  10. Amanda
    May 20, 2012

    Great recipe, very easy to follow and tasty! Thank you, I’ll be back to find more deliciousness on your site!

  11. Kim
    June 6, 2012

    I found your recipe online and made this for dinner. It was really tasty. Thanks for sharing.

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