Sunday, 3 January 2016

Let's Start 2016 with A Healthy Lifestyle and A Baked Portobello Mushroom Recipe!

Hello 2016!

2015 has been nothing but a challenging year.  I am not penning down any resolutions this year but mentally remembering that 2016 shall be the year to continue with a healthy lifestyle, personal enrichment and spending more time with family.

D is starting primary 1 tomorrow and a whole new routine starts.  Having to prepare breakfast for him now and probably recess meals.  Not forgetting continuing having homecooked dinners, I wonder how I am going to handle it but I guess, just got to take in in my stride.

So, let's start 2016 with a food post!

This baked portobello mushroom is a hit with E, but D does not like it.  My guess is because he saw the "red thing" and knew what they were.  Thus,  simply announcing he does not like it.  On the other hand, E loves it!  That "red thing" were tomatoes and none of us told him what they were, (he actually dislikes tomatoes  so he happily ate them one after another.

This recipe is pretty easy and I think most things can go into the caps.  Bacon, ham, capsicums and any vegetables you want to hide.   


Baked Portobello Mushrooms

Ingredients
Mini portobello mushrooms
Tomatoes, diced
Corn 
Cheddar cheese
Parmesan cheese
Olive Oil

Directions:
1.  Preheat oven to 190 degrees celsius.
2.  Remove stems of mushrooms, wash and pat dry mushrooms.
3.  Using hand, coat mushrooms with olive oil
4.  Dice the tomatoes and mix them with the corn niblets and cheddar cheese in a bowl.
5.  Spoon the mixture (item 4) into the mushroom caps.  Top with parmesan cheese.
6.  Bake in the oven until the top is brown and cheese is melted.


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18 comments:

  1. Looks super yummy!
    I love the idea that vegetables can be concealed :)

    cheers, Andy
    (SengkangBabies)

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    1. haha! we all love concealing vegetables, don't we? As fellow parents, we all understand that... :)

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  2. DELICIOUS!!! I want to make this over this weekend!!!

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    1. Yes, make!!! As snacks, appetisers and even tens of them as mains. :P

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  3. I've done similar mushrooms before and love it! Portobellos are my favourites!

    Mummy C
    http://thelovingmum.sg

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    1. Don't we all love portobellos? I am sure yours were yummy too!

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  5. looks delicious. think I should start picking up some cooking skills for the new year.

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    1. I am sure you can do it! Hope to see you sharing a tip or 2 with us soon.....

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  6. I love love love portobellos!! this is really easy and healthy!

    Jiahui
    http://www.mumseword.com

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    1. High 5! Easy and healthy, they are. Indeed!

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  7. Portobellos are yummilicious and a perfect starter or side dish. Try them with some sun dried tomatoes.

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    1. Ohhhh... thanks for sharing... Will try them with sun dried tomatoes one day.... :)

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  8. I love Portobellos! Shall buy some on my next supermarket trip and try your recipe :D Yums!

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    1. Let me know how it turned out, Angie. And also share what you put in those delicious mushroom caps.

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  9. Baked Portobellos are one of the best appetisers! Easy to make and yummy for the tummy. Thanks for sharing the recipe!!

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    1. Most welcome! Hope you make them soon!

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  10. Yums! I love portobello mushrooms *insert heart-shaped eyes emoticon*

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