Raw or Baked BBQ Marinated Portabello Steak

Raw Vegan Marinated Portobello Steak Dinner

Raw Marinated Portobello Steak Dinner

Who says you have to miss out BBQ when you’re going meat free? This meal was a huge hit, it looks absolutely beautiful, and the flavors and textures really resemble a meat dish. You can grill or bake these portabello strips if you’d prefer to serve them hot!
 Ingredients:
Serves 2
Equipment: Dehydrator (Can be made without one in the oven for a cooked recipe).

Instructions: Place your sliced portabellos in a dish and slather with Smokey Sweet BBQ Sauce. Let them marinate in the dehydrator for 2-3 hours or in the oven at 350 for 30 minutes. Serve with a salad, mashed root vegetables, sprouted quinoa or thoroughly cooked beans.

Raw Vegan Marinated Portobello Steak Slices in BBQ Sauce

Raw Marinated Portobello Steak Slices in BBQ Sauce

 

 

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Sheleana Jennings

Owner & Co-Visionary at Young and Raw
Sheleana has a home base in Vancouver, BC with her husband Caleb and her kitty Maya and spends much of the year traveling. Her life's mission is to educate and inspire millions to re-connect with their inner guidance and find balance through nutrition and lifestyle. YoungandRaw.com now reaches hundreds of thousands of people every month, from 78 countries around the world. Her passions include researching, writing, reading and exploring nature. Sheleana's favorite areas of study at present are nutrition, hormonal & women's health, natural birth, pre-post natal nutrition and Ayurveda.
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About Sheleana Jennings

Sheleana has a home base in Vancouver, BC with her husband Caleb and her kitty Maya and spends much of the year traveling. Her life's mission is to educate and inspire millions to re-connect with their inner guidance and find balance through nutrition and lifestyle. YoungandRaw.com now reaches hundreds of thousands of people every month, from 78 countries around the world. Her passions include researching, writing, reading and exploring nature. Sheleana's favorite areas of study at present are nutrition, hormonal & women's health, natural birth, pre-post natal nutrition and Ayurveda.

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