Spinach Roman Style Stuffed Portobello

March 25, 2020—0 Comments
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Photographed by Ashley Arpel Greenwald

It’s National Spinach day and this “S” made out of spinach reminds us about Popeye! Spinach means strength! Not only is this a healthy dish, it’s a lovely and satisfying dish to to make for yourself and your friends. Garlic, spinach, raisins and pine nuts nestled in a balsamic roasted portobello mushrooms will leave you saying, “Now that’s Italiano!”

Spinach Roman Style Stuffed Portobello

Servings: 4
  • 4 small portobello mushrooms, washed and stem removed
  • ¼ cup Balsamic vinegar
  • 2 lbs fresh spinach, tough stems removed
  • 3 large garlic cloves, minced
  • ¼ cup dried raisins, soaked in warm water for 5 minutes, drained
  • 2 TB lightly toasted pine nuts
  • 1 lemon cut in half 

For the Mushrooms:

Preheat oven to 400℉

  1. Place prepared mushrooms in a large bowl and pour in balsamic vinegar.  Turn mushrooms to coat.
  2. Place mushrooms stem side up on a parchment lined sheet pan, and place in the preheated oven,  Cook until mushrooms are just tender when pierced with a knife, but still hold their shape, about 10-15 minutes depending on size of the mushroom caps.
  3. Remove from the oven and reserve.

For the Spinach:

  1.  Place stemmed spinach in a very large bowl filled with ice water.  Swish spinach around loosening any dirt clinging to the leaves. Strain and wash again.  Drain.
  2. Add spinach to a 6-qt pot and cover with cold water.  Bring to a boil over high heat, then lower heat to medium and cook spinach for 5 minutes.  Strain the spinach once cooked and place on a large cutting board. Chop the spinach into small pieces.
  3. Heat  the same pot in which you cooked the spinach over medium high heat for 1 minute.  Add minced garlic to the pot and immediately turn heat down to low. Quickly saute the garlic until fragrant, 30-45 second.  Add spinach and raisins and cook to thoroughly combine.  
  4. Stir in toasted pine nuts and turn off heat.

To serve:

Place a large spoonful of the spinach mixture in the cavity of each of the mushroom caps.  Squeeze a little lemon juice on each of the mounds of spinach and serve.


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