Portobello Pizzas

"The pizza you love in a mushroom crust."
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Ready In:
4 pizzas




  • Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Brush inside and outside of mushrooms with olive oil. Season with salt and pepper and place on prepared sheet tray with the tops down.
  • Build the pizzas by laying tomato sauce, italian seasoning, cheese and pepperoni.
  • Bake for 10-12 minutes until cheese has melted and the mushroom is tender. Top with basil and serve.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Anonymous
    Is 10 minutes long enough to cook the mushroom?
  2. Poisonesse
    If a serving size is only one mushroom, why take a photo of one plate, three mushrooms and a fork??? Extremely misleading. Yes, it looks nice, but it's not showing a serving though it looks like it does because of the fork!
  3. dennis.kim1
    Did you remove dark brown gills before making them into pizza?


  1. cajunpi
    I love garlic; add garlic.
  2. Daddy-O
    I've made this many times. Very tasty.
  3. jfmct1
    Great alternative to wheat, with good flavour. The fresh basil is key! For pizza, I always add parmesan and much less mozzarella. For those trying to eat a bit healthier, I would imagine the 40 mini pepperoni translates to 40 slices of mini pepperoni and if so, the saturated fat content would reduce quite a bit under the nutrition tab.
  4. bengalsfan1971
    Very easy recipe. My husband ate one & very quickly devoured another one. He can't wait for me to make more!
  5. deb_shan60
    This came out perfect and delicious Will have this often


  1. nickiefrausto
    I used Avocado oil instead of olive oil. I used tomato paste and a good size pat of Kerry Gold in the middle. I used Italian sausage instead of pepperoni and I used feta, graded parmesan and finally sliced provolone instead of mozzarella. Had to go with what I had on hand. Turned out perfect for 6 nice sized caps.


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