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#1 Old 05-19-2016, 04:49 PM
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Portabello mushroom divan

I adore portabellos, and tonight changed up my usual way of stuffing them. While making yummy sounds I was picking my brain at what old dish I was so reminded of--- Chicken Divan!

I made two cups of regular seasoned, cubed stuffing mix with 3/4 cups hot water and sauteed onion
Placed 6 peeled shrooms on a lightly oiled baking sheet, sprinkled with some Braggs (optional)
Mixed vegan mayo with equal amounts dijon mustard and spread over tops. Sprinkled with lots of nooch
top with a layer of dethawed broccoli, chopped
Cover with stuffing
Bake at 400F for about 20 minutes
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I adore portabellos, and tonight changed up my usual way of stuffing them. While making yummy sounds I was picking my brain at what old dish I was so reminded of--- Chicken Divan!

I made two cups of regular seasoned, cubed stuffing mix with 3/4 cups hot water and sauteed onion
Placed 6 peeled shrooms on a lightly oiled baking sheet, sprinkled with some Braggs (optional)
Mixed vegan mayo with equal amounts dijon mustard and spread over tops. Sprinkled with lots of nooch
top with a layer of dethawed broccoli, chopped
Cover with stuffing
Bake at 400F for about 20 minutes

Sounds really good! Send photos!


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Ummm --maybe next time!

I tell you, vegan mayo, dijon mustard, lots of nooch= cheezy goodness!

BTW, Portabellos at Aldi on sale for $1.50 week on 5-19 to 5-24
(meaning I will be making again very soon)
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I adore portabellos, and tonight changed up my usual way of stuffing them. While making yummy sounds I was picking my brain at what old dish I was so reminded of--- Chicken Divan!

I made two cups of regular seasoned, cubed stuffing mix with 3/4 cups hot water and sauteed onion
Placed 6 peeled shrooms on a lightly oiled baking sheet, sprinkled with some Braggs (optional)
Mixed vegan mayo with equal amounts dijon mustard and spread over tops. Sprinkled with lots of nooch
top with a layer of dethawed broccoli, chopped
Cover with stuffing
Bake at 400F for about 20 minutes
Oh yum I am making this on Sunday, thanks!
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Nice. Looks like a great recipe.
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Thanks! I had to look up recipes to figure out what it reminded me of-I just remembered it was a Campbells soup recipe involving chicken, condensed soup, and broccoli that I used stuffing instead of bread crumbs

Next time I may make a sauce to pour over for more of a casserole, like a roux with soy milk and the mayo/dijon/nooch
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