Italian Style Baked Portabello Fries Recipe

Friday, July 18, 2014
If your a mushroom lover then these are going to be your perfect anytime snack or side dish! I was sure these were going to be fabulous just by the smell baking. Oh sure you can fry them but they turned out great drizzled with olive oil and baked so I didn't want to add the extra calories. We did just eat these without having a dinner with them but they sure would be awesome with that grilled steak of burger! These are a delicious crunchy garlic flavored mushroom! Thanks so much for stopping by, Ciao Claudia

Italian Style Baked Portabello Fries Recipe

1- 8 oz package of portabello mushrooms sliced lengthwise for long cuts
1/2 cup egg whites or 1 beaten egg and water to make 1/2 cup

season 1/4 cup of flour with:
1 1/2 teaspoons granulated garlic 
1/4 teaspoon oregano
1 teaspoon dried parsley
salt and pepper to taste
pinch of cayenne

2 cups Italian flavored panko bread crumbs and 1/4 cup grating cheese,  
Place in a large plastic bag set aside

parchment paper
Olive oil

Clean and wash mushrooms taking the furry side off gently scraping with a sharp knife, cutting the middle off. Slice lengthwise like french fries with a sharp knife.  Place mushrooms that are damp from being washed into the seasoned flour mixture. 
In the bowl with egg mixture dip the mushrooms in the egg and then shake into the bag of seasoned panko bread crumb and grating cheese mixture. Keep adding the mushrooms in the ziplock bag shaking till well coated. Put them on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet.

Drizzle them all with olive oil lightly over the tops of the mushroom fries and bake at 375-degree hot oven until browned and crispy around 35 minutes. Serve plain or for folks not counting calories you can dip them in marinara sauce, blue cheese dressing or alfredo sauce.


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