Portobello mushrooms are a mature version of crimini mushrooms. Their deep, meat-like texture and flavor make them a great vegetarian option.
Grilled, broiled, or roasted, these mushrooms can be served as a side dish, appetizer, or main course! They make an addition to stir-fry dishes and sauces.
Wipe them clean with a damp cloth to keep them from getting soggy. Store mushrooms in your refrigerator crisper where they can benefit from cool air circulation. Keep partially covered to prevent them from drying out, but never store packaged fresh mushrooms without venting. Paper bags are a good storage alternative. Use fresh mushrooms within three days or so.