Marinated Portabella Mushroom

Marinated Portabella Mushroom with Creamy Dill Sauce – RAW!!

This is a fairly easy dish to make, it does require some marinating and a dehydrator.  If you don’t have a dehydrator you could use our oven at the lowest temperature.  Just remember anything heated over 115degrees usually gets cooked and it’s not raw then.

I used smaller sized Portabella Mushrooms in this recipes, but bigger ones can be used to, you just might need to substitute more marinade.

– 4 Portabella Mushrooms (small ones are still a good size) this served 2 people

– 3 tbsp cold pressed olive oil

– juice 1/2 lemon

– 2 tsp Tamari

– 1 organic Garlic minced

Mix all together in a bowl and add mushrooms, making sure they are coasted.  Toss or stir every so often, leave to marinate for 2 – 3 hours.

Once marinated, place in dehydrator and dehydrate for 4 – 5 hours.

Marinated & Dehydrated sliced mushroom.

Creamy Dill Sauce

– 1 cup raw Cashews

– 4 oz Water

– juice 1/2 Lemon

– 1 organic Garlic clove

– 1/2 tsp Celtic Sea Salt

– 1/4 – 1/2 cup organic Dill

Throw all ingredients into your Vitamix (blender or processor) and blend well until smooth.  A little more water may be added for desired consistency.  As you can tell I made my sauce a little on the thick side with just 4 oz of water.

Slice up Mushroom and place on plate and pour Creamy Dill Sauce on top, I added a little more dill which is optional.  This could also go on Zucchini noodles, pasta or rice but it tastes great on it’s own!!

This I served with a Quinoa Salad which the recipe will follow.

Enjoy

JB

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  2. Tony Lee
    Tony Lee says:

    With all these natural items being involved with this dish, I have to say its eye catching. I think that the mushroom really makes the taste very different from most. And when its all together It looks outstandingly good!

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  3. Daniel Arquois
    Daniel Arquois says:

    Great recipe! I am not a fan of raw foods exactly, but this still looks amazing. I have a couple friends who follow a strictly raw diet so I will share this with them. Great blog here! Keep up the awesome posts!

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  4. Renada Thompson
    Renada Thompson says:

    I tried this recipe for dinner tonight and just had to come back and comment on how much my family loved it! Considering it’s raw, they loved it. I am trying to encourage more healthy and more raw foods in my family because I want us to live free of health complications. Nice recipe and thank you for the post! 🙂

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  5. Precious Caprice
    Precious Caprice says:

    Yum! I love anything raw since I am trying to be healthier but this looks so tasty and doesn’t look raw at all! Very creative recipe!

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  6. Tamara
    Tamara says:

    Marinated portabella mushrooms taste so amazing! This recipe looks easy and quick to make. I need new recipes to cook for my family on weeknights. I think they’ll love this one. Bookmarked!

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