This is probably the simplest dish made of portobelo mushrooms, but it is also very tasty. Perfect for breakfast or a light healthy lunch.
A blogger nicknamed CJ runs a blog Myp90xnutritionplan, where she writes recipes, which she prepares for her husband, who is on a longer diet. He promised to stick to diet and exercise if she cooked. According to CJ, her husband loses weight very successfully and exercises diligently, and this recipe is one of many that were on his table. This is a version of pizza, without crust.
Portobelo mushrooms are delicious and full of protein, and for this recipe you need to find as large as possible – 2 pieces or 6 medium sizes.
- 6 portobelo mushrooms (or two large ones)
- 1/2 cup pizza sauce (you need the recipe in the text 3 recipes for pizza sauce)
- 6 rings of turkey sausage (about 15 g, but you can also use kulen)
- 60 g of black olives
- 85 g of low-calorie mozzarella cheese
- 1 balance
Preheat the oven to 200C. Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice. (But don’t wash them in water, just remove the soil and any dirt with a brush, paper towel or knife. Mushrooms absorb water quickly, so if you wash them, your food might be too watery). Arrange on a baking sheet and bake for 7 minutes.
While the mushrooms are baking, grate the mozzarella cheese and mix with the lightly beaten egg whites. (By the way, low-calorie cheese is harder to melt, and this problem is easier to solve with egg white, and you add a little more necessary protein to the dish).
Remove the mushrooms from the oven and increase the temperature a little. Put pizza sauce, a mixture of cheese and egg whites, olives (without spice, chopped) and sausage or kulen rings on the mushrooms. Return the mushrooms to the oven and bake briefly (3 to 5 minutes) until the cheese has melted and everything is slightly browned.
Remove from the oven and serve warm. This is a lighter version of pizza without crust, but you can fill the mushrooms with sausages and similar toppings as desired.
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