Grilled Chimichurri Portobellos with Goat Cheese Mashed Potatoes

These Grilled Chimichurri Portobellos are OUT OF THIS WORLD. Marinated in a punchy and vibrant chimichurri before heading to the grill, then served on top of a mountain of creamy goat cheese mashed potatoes.

Grilled mushrooms CAN be the star of your grill this summer, and not just for vegetarians or vegans, in case you were wondering.

This meatless meal is a real beauty. Portobellos get a nice soak in quick, vibrant, and very punchy chimichurri before heading to the grill, where they become both tender and flavorful and kind of meaty in a mushroom way. Those grill marks, I’m telling you.

And because we like to keep things extra, these chimichurri portobellos should 100% absolutely be served on top of a mountain creamy goat cheese mashed potatoes. The tangy-creamy of the goat cheese with the earthy-umami of the mushrooms… it WORKS. It really works.

Your chimichurri takes five seconds to whip together.

Chimichurri in a bowl.

Your mushrooms look and smell like a restaurant on the grill.

Portobello mushrooms on the grill.

And the combo of everything together…

Grilled portobello mushroom on goat cheese mashed potatoes.

Am I getting emotional about grilled portobellos and chimichurri and goat cheese potatoes right now? Maybe.

Happy to report that my family loved these – including fickle toddler and an often-vegetarian-suspicious husband. And while I do love these on the grill (summer, don’t go!), they also work just as well on the stovetop if you happened to have a grill fire four weeks ago that has yet to be cleaned up due to laziness. Or no? That’s just me?

Grilled portobello sliced on top of goat cheese mashed potatoes.

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I based my chimichurri around this recipe from Cafe Delites. Chimichurri is an herb sauce or table condiment originating in Argentina and Uruguay – here’s more about its history! Also worth noting that using cilantro in place of parsley (as I did here) is not traditional, but I like it as summery way to mix up the flavor profile.

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These Grilled Chimichurri Portobellos are OUT OF THIS WORLD. Marinated in a punchy and vibrant chimichurri before heading to the grill, then served on top of a mountain of creamy goat cheese mashed potatoes.


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  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 30 minutes
  • Category: Vegetarian
  • Method: Grill
  • Cuisine: American

Keywords: mushrooms, meatless dinner, mushroom steak, chimichurri, mashed potatoes

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