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Portobello mushrooms add a meaty taste and texture to these vegetarian tacos.

Source: Everyday Food, September 2004
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Cook's Notes

To clean portobellos, snap off stem, then use a small spoon to gently scrape (then discard) the dark gills from the inside of the cap.

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  • guavaboiling
    3 OCT, 2013
    "Roasted vegetables make fine fillings for meat-free tacos; besides the ones used here, try corn, bell peppers, other types of mushrooms, and any type of squash or potato." life insurance quote
  • kathrynlogan
    1 OCT, 2013
    We loved it! delicious food
  • foamycrispy
    1 OCT, 2013
    Thats interesting Guthrie and Sons HVAC San Diego
  • Bennarlm1
    22 APR, 2013
    We loved it! We used portobello, cremini and snow mushrooms along with red and orange peppers, red potatoes, corn- delish!!!!
  • matt coleman
    18 APR, 2013
    Looks very tasty in the picture above, better with mushrooms than with the red meat, in any event. I tried it once, in my area there are lots of restaurants Leeds.
  • CarmelinaCAN
    13 MAR, 2010
    This was a quick and easy meal - and tasty too! I didn't have oregano so I used basil. I will def make this again.
  • mzdeb
    11 SEP, 2008
    Super easy, great tasting, and will serve to others......good posting for us vegetarians. I think that there should be a vergetarian week of recipies for the show because it is so hard to find stuff that is quick and easy to make as well as taste great.
  • whistlerswalk
    31 JUL, 2008
    We have been making these for years, they're always a hit. They are the first thing I think of serving if I know I have vegetarians coming to dinner. None of my other guests ever miss having meat when portobellos are used. The flavors are great together, and I absolutely prefer these to "regular" tacos.
  • Nouvisimo
    3 JUL, 2008
    As a vegitarian, I think this is GREAT recipe, but I have to disagree on the price of portabellas. Boneless/Skinless chicken breasts are at least $2/lb cheaper here on the west coast. I use portabellas almost on a daily basis and I've yet to see them below $4.99/lb. That said, grilling (on the BBQ) the mushrooms and veggies adds a whole new dimention to their flavor. Same goes for the tortillas. After all, who wants to turn on the oven when it's 100 degrees outside?

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