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What To Serve With Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms – 13 Sides

If you’re wondering what to serve with your stuffed portobello mushrooms, you’ve come to the right place.

In this article, I list 13 of the most popular side dishes for stuffed portobello mushrooms.

In a rush? Here’s the short answer.

The best dishes to serve with stuffed portobello mushrooms are ribeye steak, polenta, celeriac puree, garlic pasta, and spinach salad. Try cocktail meatballs and pesto pasta salad if you’re serving them for a party. You can also do mandu and japchae with Asian-style portobello mushrooms. 

Ready? Let’s jump right in.

Ribeye steak 

Cooking for a dinner date? 

You can’t go wrong with a classic combination like ribeye steak and stuffed portobello mushrooms.

If you haven’t tried cooking steak yet, you’re in luck – ribeye is one of the most forgiving cuts out there. 

Head on to Jessica Gavin’s recipe for a detailed guide on achieving that beautiful golden crust and juicy, pale pink middle for your ribeye.

And don’t forget to whip up a superb red wine sauce to go with your ribeye steak and stuffed mushrooms. 

Roasted vegetable polenta bowl

Ease your way into Meatless Mondays with a dinner of vegetarian stuffed portobello mushrooms and this vegetable polenta bowl. 

Cheesy polenta is the perfect base to highlight the natural flavors of your veggies and mushrooms. 

Meanwhile, your roasted veggies are flavored with smoked paprika to give them a smoky flavor that pairs well with your stuffed portobello mushrooms. 

Serve this roasted vegetable polenta bowl alongside your mushrooms for a satisfying vegetarian dinner – you just might forget it’s meatless.

Celeriac puree

Ever heard of celeriac puree?

This smooth and velvety puree has a nutty, celery-like flavor that works superbly with your stuffed portobello mushrooms. 

Plus, it’s a healthier alternative to your typical mashed potatoes. 

Prop a couple of stuffed mushrooms over a bed of celeriac puree, and you’ve got a restaurant-worthy plate. 

This celeriac puree with balsamic roasted shallots will be a welcomed addition to your recipe repertoire. 

Lemon garlic pasta 

Treat yourself to a delectable dinner by making this lemon garlic pasta to go with your stuffed portobellos. 

Expect to get hit by a flavorful punch from this pasta dish – the lemon butter sauce, seared scallops, and shrimps make this dish genuinely irresistible. 

It’s an elegant dish that’ll make it look like you spent hours in your kitchen to perfect it.

When in reality, this dish only takes 15 minutes to cook. 

You’ll want to make this lemon garlic pasta with shrimp and scallops for dinner every day. 

Spinach salad

Serving your stuffed portobello mushrooms as an appetizer? 

This spinach salad is light enough to accompany your stuffed portobellos as the ideal appetizer for a fancy meal. 

What’s great about this salad is how easy it is to put together. 

You only need five ingredients and 15 minutes of prep and cook time to get this salad done.

This simple spinach salad is a quick and easy salad that instantly elevates any meal. 

Creamy Tuscan chicken

Turn your stuffed portobellos into the ultimate comfort meal with a generous serving of this creamy Tuscan chicken. 

This dish features tender and juicy chicken drenched in a dreamy creamy garlic sauce. 

It’s a sauce so good that you might find yourself licking your plate clean after. 

And another good thing about this dish?

It’ll only take 25 minutes to get this creamy Tuscan garlic chicken from your kitchen to the dining table. 

Lobster risotto

Want a fancy dinner in the comfort of your own home? 

This simple but sophisticated lobster risotto is an instant meal upgrade. 

Risotto is already pretty special on its own, but the addition of butter-poached lobster takes it to the next level.

Velvety, buttery, and with a light hint of citrus – who can say no to that?

Serve your stuffed portobellos alongside this delectable lobster risotto for a dinner meal you won’t forget. 

Roasted spaghetti squash

For the days when you’re craving pasta – don’t give in. 

Curb your desire with a generous helping of this roasted spaghetti squash instead. 

The spaghetti squash is made super flavorful with the help of roasted garlic, sun-dried tomatoes, and walnuts. 

This roasted garlic and kale spaghetti squash is a healthy, enjoyable dish to serve with your stuffed portobello mushrooms for a vibrant and filling meal.

Pesto chicken pasta salad

Throwing a party? 

You won’t miss the mark when you have this pesto pasta salad and stuffed portobellos on your menu. 

They’re guaranteed to be a massive hit among your guests, no matter their age. 

This pasta salad features herby and slightly nutty flavors, further enhanced with the addition of burrata cheese. 

Warning: This pesto pasta salad is highly addictive. Make a double batch if you can. 

Cocktail meatballs 

You can’t host a game day party without serving appetizers. 

These cocktail meatballs and stuffed mushrooms are some of the easiest and tastiest game-day appetizers you can make. 

Truthfully, there’s nothing super special about the meatballs themselves – what makes these oh-so-irresistible is the sweet and sour sauce. 

Set a plate of these cocktail meatballs out and watch them get devoured in minutes. 

French onion pork chops

Turn your starch-stuffed portobello mushrooms into a meal to be proud of with these French onion pork chops.

These juicy pork chops are smothered with a beefy, cheesy onion sauce, making them extra indulgent.

Trust me, one serving of these French onion pork chops won’t be enough. 

Mandu

Making Asian-style stuffed portobellos? 

Serve them alongside a plate of mandu. 

It’s a Korean dumpling usually served with stuffed shiitake mushrooms. 

They can be loaded with anything – meat, vegetables, shrimp, even kimchi! Mandu can also be steamed, boiled, pan-fried, and even deep-fried.

Want to give it a try?

Let Koreanbapsang’s recipe guide you through the process.

Japchae

This stir-fried noodle dish can be another tasty accompaniment to your Asian-style stuffed portobello (or normal ones for that matter).

It’s packed with strips of beef and a medley of bright vegetables, giving it a mouthwatering sweet and savory flavor. 

Give this classic japchae recipe a try with your next meal!

The best side dishes for stuffed portobello mushrooms

  • Ribeye steak
  • Roasted vegetable polenta bowl
  • Celeriac puree
  • Lemon garlic pasta
  • Spinach salad
  • Creamy Tuscan chicken
  • Lobster risotto
  • Roasted spaghetti squash
  • Pesto chicken pasta salad
  • Cocktail meatballs
  • French onion pork chops
  • Mandu
  • Japchae

What To Serve With Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms

In this short recipe, I show you exactly what to serve with your stuffed portobello mushrooms.
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Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: All
Keyword: stuffed portobello mushrooms side dishes, what to serve with stuffed portobello mushrooms
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes
Servings: 1 person
Calories: 157kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 portion stuffed portobello mushrooms

Instructions

  • Prepare your stuffed portobello mushrooms according to your favorite recipe.
  • In the meantime, choose one of the following sides to serve alongside it.
  • Side dishes include: ribeye steak, roasted vegetable polenta bowl, celeriac puree, lemon garlic pasta, spinach salad, creamy Tuscan chicken, lobster risotto, roasted spaghetti squash, pesto chicken pasta salad, cocktail meatballs, french onion pork chops, mandu, and japchae.
  • Serve immediately and enjoy!

Nutrition

Serving: 100g | Calories: 157kcal

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