Definition of portobello
: a large dark mature cultivated mushroom noted for its meaty texture that is of the same variety of button mushroom as the cremini
Recent Examples of portobello from the Web
Grill slices of oiled and seasoned portobello mushroom 5 to 10 minutes over medium heat.
Add the onion and sauté for 1 minute; add the shiitake and portobello mushrooms and sauté for 4 to 5 minutes.
No risk of E. coli with these raw burgers! Marinating portobellos in tamari, liquid smoke, agave, and apple cider vinegar adds tons of flavor.
The line also has a Dive-In menu with four specialty burgers to order (one is vegetarian, featuring a portobello mushroom) at the ship’s Lido Pool.
Short rib with candied carrots, and an extensive vegan menu, which includes a Spanish lentil and a portobello and chickpea taco.
Mushroom and Cheese Burritos are a delicious vegetarian dish hearty enough to satisfy even the most die-hard carnivore in your family: a burrito stuffed with portobello mushrooms, chiles and cheese.
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Origin and Etymology of portobello
perhaps alteration of Italian prataiolo, prataiuolo or dialect Italian pratarolo meadow mushroom, from prato meadow, from Latin pratum
First Known Use: 1986See Words from the same year
PORTOBELLO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of portobello for English Language Learners
: a large brown mushroom used in cooking
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