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Stuffed Mushrooms

Stuffed mushrooms filled with a raw vegan pesto are easy to make and require very few ingredients. Learn to prepare an Italian pesto.

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15min   medium


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Ingredients (for serving, )

For the mushrooms
2 largeMushrooms, raw
(3.4 oz)
For the pesto
5 Tomatoes, sun-dried
(0.88 oz)
ozAlmond
1 bunchParsley, fresh
(1.1 oz)
50 mlOlive oil
(1.6 oz)

Equipment

  • hand-held blender / immersion blender
    or blender

Type of preparation

  • food preparation without heating
  • blend

Preparation

  1. For the mushrooms
    Remove the stems and scoop the gills from the mushroom caps.

  2. For this recipe, it is best to buy extra large mushrooms so that you can use up all of the filling.

  3. For the pesto
    Blend the remaining ingredients to make the pesto.

  4. You shouldn’t blend for too long as the pesto should be somewhat coarse.

  5. Fill the mushrooms with the pesto and then serve.

  6. For a finishing touch, you can place an almond into the pesto as is shown in the photo.


Nutritional Information per Person 2000 kCal
Energy 645 kcal 32.2%
Fat/Lipids 59 g 84.9%
Saturated Fats 7.4 g 37.2%
Carbohydrates (incl. Fiber) 21 g 7.8%
Sugars 13 g 14.0%
Fiber 8.2 g 32.6%
Protein (albumin) 13 g 25.3%
Cooking Salt (Na:49.5 mg)126 mg 5.2%
A serving is 222g. Recommended daily allowance according to the GDA.
Fat/Lipids
Carbohydrates
Protein (albumin)
Cooking Salt

Essential Nutrients with %-share Daily Requirement at 2000 kCal
VitVitamin A Komplex15,284 µg 1,910.0%
VitVitamin K Komplex531 µg 708.0%
VitFolate, Folsäure-aktive Stoffgruppe270 µg 135.0%
VitVitamin E Komplex14 mg 117.0%
MinCopper, Cu0.96 mg 96.0%
ElemPotassium, K1,512 mg 76.0%
VitVitamin C, total ascorbic acid52 mg 65.0%
VitRiboflavin0.82 mg 59.0%
MinManganese, Mn1.1 mg 55.0%
ProtTryptophan0.13 g 51.0%

The majority of the nutritional information comes from the USDA (US Department of Agriculture). This means that the information for natural products is often incomplete or only given within broader categories, whereas in most cases products made from these have more complete information displayed.

If we take flaxseed, for example, the important essential amino acid ALA (omega-3) is only included in an overarching category whereas for flaxseed oil ALA is listed specifically. In time, we will be able to change this, but it will require a lot of work. An “i” appears behind ingredients that have been adjusted and an explanation appears when you hover over this symbol.

For Erb Muesli, the original calculations resulted in 48 % of the daily requirement of ALA — but with the correction, we see that the muesli actually covers >100 % of the necessary recommendation for the omega-3 fatty acid ALA. Our goal is to eventually be able to compare the nutritional value of our recipes with those that are used in conventional western lifestyles.


Fettsäuren, essentielle (SC-PUFA) 2000 kCal
18:2 n-6 c,c (sic, sic) octadecadienoic3.1 g 31.0%
18:3 n-3 c,c,c (ALA) cis, cis, cis alpha-linoleic0 g < 0.1%

Aminosäuren, essentielle 2000 kCal
Tryptophan0.13 g 51.0%
Threonine0.38 g 41.0%
Valine0.58 g 36.0%
Phenylalanine0.5 g 32.0%
Isoleucine0.38 g 31.0%
Leucine0.67 g 28.0%
Lysine0.43 g 23.0%
Methionine0.11 g 12.0%

Vitamine 2000 kCal
Vitamin A Komplex15,284 µg 1,910.0%
Vitamin K Komplex531 µg 708.0%
Folate, Folsäure-aktive Stoffgruppe270 µg 135.0%
Vitamin E Komplex14 mg 117.0%
Vitamin C, total ascorbic acid52 mg 65.0%
Riboflavin0.82 mg 59.0%
Niacin7 mg 44.0%
Pantothenic acid2.2 mg 37.0%
Thiamin0.29 mg 26.0%
Vitamin B-60.24 mg 17.0%
Vitamin D Komplex0.38 µg 8.0%
Vitamin B12 total (Cobalamin)0.04 µg 2.0%

Mengenelemente (Makro-Mineralstoffe) 2000 kCal
Potassium, K1,512 mg 76.0%
Phosphorus, P309 mg 44.0%
Magnesium, Mg140 mg 37.0%
Calcium, Ca139 mg 17.0%
Sodium, Na50 mg 6.0%

Spurenelemente, essentielle (Mikronährstoffe) 2000 kCal
Copper, Cu0.96 mg 96.0%
Manganese, Mn1.1 mg 55.0%
Iron, Fe5.8 mg 41.0%
Zinc, Zn2.1 mg 21.0%
Selenium, Se11 µg 21.0%

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Delicious pesto
Kerstin Gackle, image_from_year 2014 This is a delicious pesto, much smoother than a traditional walnut and basil pesto. I marinated the mushrooms in a little soy sauce and olive oil and then before serving, I warmed them in the oven on the lowest setting with the door open. Great recipe!

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Notes about recipe

High fat content: The guideline daily amount (GDA) for fat is exceeded in this recipe. The GDAs, which were developed in Great Britain, are controversial in the field of nutrition. However, the composition of the fats plays an important role. For this recipe, it would be much better to use another type of oil such as canola oil, which contains three times (27%) more polyunsaturated fatty acids. Sunflower oil has even better values when it comes to polyunsaturated fatty acids. The levels of essential fatty acids, linoleic acid, and α-linolenic acid are also lower for olive oil at 3–21%, whereas canola oil comes in at 20–44%, sunflower oil at 48–74%, and safflower oil at 68–83% and therefore offer more benefits for our health.

Pesto: The classic pesto that we make today originated in the region of Liguaria, Italy. It was first documented in 1863. Predecessors were likely similar pastes called moretum and garum, which were eaten by the Romans. This pesto with sun-dried tomatoes is a version of Pesto alla siciliana (also: pesto rosso “red pesto”). This is the Sicilian variety that is known beyond the region.

Pesto varieties: It is very common to use basil instead of parsley, and this recipe is then also a vegan pesto without Parmesan, Pecorino, or any other cheese. Traditionally, pesto was made by grinding or crushing the ingredients using a mortar and pestle. (Incidentally, “pestare” means to pound or crush). In this recipe, almonds are used instead of pine nuts. Both work well.

Tips

Selecting the mushrooms: For each person, select two large mushrooms or portobello mushrooms. Alternatively, you can fill the pesto into several smaller mushrooms.

Storage: You can store the pesto in a screw-top jar in the refrigerator for up to three weeks, especially if you protect the surface by coating it with a layer of oil.

Alternate preparation

Note from the author: “At first glance, this recipe looks very simple, but it is a great way to start a raw vegan evening, especially if you are entertaining. You can also stuff the mushrooms with avocado cream or cashew cheese (cheese made from cashews).”

Cheesy flavor: If you like savory dishes or the addition of cheese, try using nutritional yeast flakes as a vegan alternative for grated cheese and cheese sauces.

Less oil: As included in the notes, you can also use other types of oil for the pesto. However, in general we recommend reducing the amount of oil you consume. It works best to add just a few millimeters at first and then carefully add more until the pesto has the right consistency.