Crunchy Portabella Fingers
You will need:
- Heavy plastic bag
- Large dinner plate
- Rolling pin or coffee mug or table knife
- Serving Plate
- Pastry brush (or clean artists paint brush)
Whip up this super easy after school snack or let everyone make their own. Watch out … the adults like them too!
||cheese or multi-grain tortilla chips, about 2 oz (60g)
|| light mayonnaise
||pre-sliced fresh portabella Mushrooms (about 10-12 slices, 1-2 cm thick)
||salsa or ketchup (optional)
How To Make it:
- Place chips in the plastic bag; seal or tie with twist tie and place on the counter or table.
- With a rolling pin or the bottom of a mug crush the chips in the bag to make coarse crumbs. You can even pound them with your fists if you prefer.
- Open the bag and pour crumbs onto a large dinner plate; set aside.
- Brush or spread mayonnaise on sides of a mushroom slice.
- Press the mushroom slice into the chips; turn over to coat both sides.
- Place on serving plate; repeat with remaining mushrooms.
- Enjoy eating them with your fingers with paper napkins or serve on small plates; dab with salsa or ketchup and eat with knife and fork.
Makes 10 –12 slices
Variations: Substitute large pre-sliced fresh white mushrooms for portabellas.