Rainbow chard, hoisin sauce, seaweed…
Or in this case, big, earthy portobello mushrooms.
“What is that?” you might be asking.
That…is pizza rethought. It’s your basic pizza toppings sitting on a portobello base instead of doughy crust. It’s also amazing. I should have said that first.
Here’s what you do:
Preheat your oven to 400 degrees. Load up your cleaned, de-stemmed, de-gilled portobello with your choice of sauce and toppings. Throw the mushroom on a foil-lined baking sheet and bake it for about 15-20 minutes, until the mushroom is tender and the cheese is bubbly. Pizza on a portobello, DONE AND DONE.
This is ridiculously easy and so delicious. If I ever find myself at a loss about what to do with portobellos, this would definitely be my default plan of action.
Pizza rethought! Get into it!