Recipe Directions

Cut the portabello into strips

Place into a mixing bowl and add all the ingredients then gently massage the mushrooms until they are evenly covered.

Put into the fridge and allow to marinate for 2 hours or more. The longer you leave them the more the flavours will soak into the mushrooms.

Serve as a side or main dish!

Hipnotizer's Thoughts

By hipnotizer

Succulent and delicious, these mushroom steaks are just plain tasty.

Tender slices of portabello mushroom soaked in braggs or tamari, apple cider vinager and sesame oil with chopped garlic, ginger and crusted with unhulled sesame seeds. Being like a sponge the portabello will soak up all the flavors!

Tangy, aromatic and nutty flavours combine into an asian taste sensation!

Best of all this recipe takes only 5 minutes prep time (2 hours to marinate though)

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noniklid's Review

Asian Inspired Marinated Portebello Mushroom Steak
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Yum!!! This was delicious, even on the third day. Tried both dehydrated and not.

Goes well with raw Broccoli marinated with Lemon and olive oil and salt. Make it taste like strifry beef with broccoli :o)

Thank you!

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This looks/sounds great! I'm excited to try it.

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This looks really yummy! Can't wait to try it.

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Jenn_76's Review

Asian Inspired Marinated Portebello Mushroom Steak
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Amazing! I loved it.

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I'm going to try this one.

Did you use 2 tablespoons of the sesame oil Nell ??

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Nell's Review

Asian Inspired Marinated Portebello Mushroom Steak
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This sounds so good! I'm marinating it in the fridge right now!

update: It was delicious! Thank you.

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