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Baked porcini mushroom chapels with guacamole: the simple but tasty recipe


Porcini mushroom chapels with guacamole

A simple dish, also suitable for vegans: baked porcini mushroom caps with guacamole.

Baked porcini mushroom caps with guacamole will be a rich appetizer or a complete second course perfect for the autumn season, when we can find wonderful mushrooms at the market.

Also ideal for vegans, since there is no trace of dairy products or other animal-derived foods, this mushroom-based preparation is combined with the freshness of guacamole , the sauce of Mexican origin for years appreciated and known all over the world.

Porcini mushroom chapels with guacamole
Porcini mushroom chapels with guacamole

Preparation of porcini mushroom caps with guacamole

  1. To prepare your baked porcini mushroom caps with guacamole, start cleaning the porcini mushrooms thoroughly, separating the cap from the stems, which you will keep for other preparations .
  2. Sprinkle the porcini mushroom caps with extra virgin olive oil, then place them on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper and bake at 200 ° C for about 35 minutes , until the mushrooms are well cooked.
  3. Separately prepare the guacamole, starting to get the pulp from the avocado and then mashing it well with a fork, until it becomes a smooth puree.
  4. Finely chop the small onion and the skinned tomatoes, add it all to the guacamole and then emulsify with extra virgin olive oil, and season with salt and pepper, and of course with lemon juice or lime if you prefer.
  5. Let the guacamole sauce rest for half an hour, so that it takes on flavor, then you can stuff the mushroom caps that you first baked in the oven with it.
  6. Serve your baked porcini mushroom caps with guacamole as an appetizer or second vegan or vegetarian.

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storage

This appetizer should be consumed at the moment , as soon as it is ready.


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