2 Reviews

Delicious, though I modified it a bit and made a pita pizza! Started out by sauting the porabella's first in olive oil and then the red pepper, onions and a garlic clove. Added a bit of italian seasoning and red pepper flakes. Put the mushroom mixture on the pita, topped with cheddar and baked at 500 in a toaster oven for 10 mins. Like the idea of adding a splash of wine and will try that another time.

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KellyMae October 03, 2008

Wow! This was really good! I had something similar at restaurants, but this far surpasses. I followed the recipe to a T and used Jack cheese. I didn't coursely chop the mushroom, instead, I sliced it in strips. It is quick, easy and definitely yummy! Thanks, Fluffy for something quick and wonderful to make for lunch or a light supper! Edited to add: Dh was hungry when he came home from work at 1 am, so I whipped up another batch. Only thing different I did was add a splash of red cooking wine when it was nearly done, mixed and let reduce. It added a nice flavor. DH loved it and asked for seconds! This is a keeper!

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Cathy17 June 26, 2004
Portabella Pita