Don't you hate it when people change the recipe and then rate it? I took a few short cuts and the result was just so good that I think the original has to be even better, so I feel it's probably a safe bet to give the recipe 5 stars. I sauteed the onions in butter, than added tomatoes and briefly sauteed them in the balsamic and wine. I sauteed the mushrooms separately in butter. Then I followed the directions for steps 6-9. The sandwich was just so incredibly good! All that cheese and the vegetables were a perfect combination. Thanks for posting the recipe.
So delicious!!!!! I used extra aged cheddar cheese because I am lactose intolerant and aged cheddar is low in lactose.
Pretty good. My husband liked them as well. I didn't have sour dough bread so I have a feeling it may have made them better. I do not think I would do this recipe again though this way as it is a bit time consuming; I might try doing the ingredients all on the stove top instead to save time (and dishes for cleaning). Thanks for sharing.
I didn't have the recommended cheeses or sourdough bread, but Mr. Wonderful picked up a block of truffle cheese and I had garlic wrap bread handy. Oh. My. Goodness! I cut down the grilling/frying time to not burn the wrap, but it still turned out DELICOUS! Thank you so much for this recipe. I'll definitely make it again and again.
These sandwiches were awsome. Portobellos were on sale so I stocked up and searched for something to make with them later. The wine and balsamic really give that extra demention that. I cut my tomatoes in half so they wouldn't burst in your mouth. My husband commented that the cherry tomatoes were a good idea because they don't turn to mush like regular ones would. We used some of the leftover veggies and cheese in omlets the next day. Thanks so much for a great recipe.
I am always looking for something that my vegetarian and men will all enjoy and this fits the bill to a "t":) I lightened this recipe for the Make It Healthier game. The soup and sandwich were very good, so I am convinced that the full fat version would be a 10 star rating:) Thank you for posting a wonderful recipe.
This made a great lunch today! I scaled back the recipe to make 2 sandwiches. I used roma tomatoes, cut up and monterey jack/colby mix along with baby swiss. Yum! Loved it! Thanks so much.
I made these for my husband and I for lunch today... they were very yummy! Easy to put together, taste great, very satisfying! I would recommend cutting the tomatoes in 1/4th.. so they don't explode in your mouth when you're biting into them... they could be quite hot.
I made these for dinner tonight. My red onion was HUGE! So I only used three quarters of it. They were a little time consuming, and messy. It was hard to flip them without losing all the delicious ingredients inside. I'd love to try them on a sandwich grill, no flipping involved. I may also add another portabella. It was so good. The entire family enjoyed them. I served them with Tortellini Tomato Soup. (#35988) They complimented each other perfectly. Thanks for a fantastic meal.