Toaster Oven Portobello Lasagna!

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Toaster Oven Meal: Cheesy Portobello Lasagna
 
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Ingredients
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 garlic cloves, sliced
  • 2 Portobello mushrooms - stems removed and dark gills scraped clean with a spoon
  • Sea salt and black pepper
  • ½ cup part skim ricotta
  • ½ cup favorite pasta sauce
  • Freshly grated parmesan cheese
Instructions
  1. Preheat toaster oven to broiler setting.
  2. Pour olive oil on sheet tray and arrange garlic slices.
  3. Broil until garlic is golden, being careful to not burn. Remove tray from oven, reserve garlic slices.
  4. One at a time, paint the smooth side of each portobello with garlic oil, using back of spoon.
  5. Arrange smooth side up on the sheet pan and broil until golden and mushroom has released juices, 2 to 4 minutes.
  6. Turn and broil 'cup side up' until tender. Remove from oven and drain liquid from 'cup' on paper towels.
  7. Place a mushroom, cup up, on and fill with ricotta, sauce, and Parmesan.
  8. Broil until hot, 4 to 6 minutes. Remove from oven and top with more Parmesan and garlic chips.
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7 thoughts on “Toaster Oven Meal: Cheesy Portobello Lasagna

  1. Lourdes says:

    I don’t have a toaster oven but I’ve done something similar in a regular (conventional) oven as well — really delicious and really provides that “pizza” feeling without having to do a crust of any kind (not to mention great for those of us that are singles and just cook for one!)

    • Suzanne Shaw says:

      We don’t provide them as portion size isn’t something that can be regulated with Bariatrics. Depending on where you are in the journey your portions are going to be smaller or larger. For lasting success, we urge you to take the time to learn how to do this for yourself-relying on others to ensure your numbers are in check is never a wise choice 😉

  2. Vickie Tompkins says:

    Do you buy your ricotta or make it yourself? I usually make it after I make mozzarella. Does it make a difference if I make my own cheeses? It never dawned on me that I might have to buy my cheese. I use low fat milk to make them. It certainly sounds great.

    • Suzanne Shaw says:

      I think making your own cheeses is a smart thing! I actually make my own ricotta too! Keep it up! The flavors are better in my opinion!

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