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Philly Cheese Steak Stuffed Portobellos
The entire family enjoyed these stuffed cheesesteak mushrooms tonight! That’s a BIG win when you’ve got 6 teenagers at home!
This recipe is pretty versatile, so use the type of peppers, onions, and steaks YOUR family loves, and it’ll turn out GREAT!
➡️ Did you know:
Mushrooms have cancer-fighting properties. Mushrooms are immunity-boosters, they can help lower cholesterol, they’re high in B and D vitamins, and can help relieve inflammation.
To take advantage of all the available health benefits of mushrooms, you really should cook your mushrooms.
“The cell walls of mushrooms are tough, making it difficult for the digestive system to get to all the nutrients inside them. Mushrooms often contain chemical compounds that can interfere with digestion and nutrient absorption. Sufficient cooking breaks down the tough cell walls, inactivates the anti-digestive elements and destroys many toxins,” according to WebMD.
- 3 Tbsps extra-virgin olive oil, or avocado oil, divided
- 4 medium portobello mushrooms, stems removed
- 2 onions, sliced (I used a sweet onion & a red onion)
- 2 bell peppers, sliced (colors of your choice)
- 2 Tbsps coconut aminos, Bragg’s liquid aminos, or low sodium soy sauce
- sea salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
- 1 lb. sirloin or ribeye steaks of choice
- 4 oz provolone cheese
- a small handful of parsley leaves, freshly chopped
Remove the stems of each mushroom.
Brush your mushrooms with 1 tablespoon of oil and season with salt and pepper; set aside.
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees f. and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.