Portobello Steak with Tomato Caper Sauce is a hearty plant-based main dish! I am happy to share it with you from my cookbook Eat Well, Be Well. This dish is perfect for those times when you want a dinner that requires a knife and fork. Something you can sink your teeth into, but still 100% plant-based.
Portobello Steak with Tomato Caper Sauce
After spending time in my carefully-crafted marinade, they are cooked on a stovetop or grill. These tender portobello steaks are then topped with a zesty tomato sauce that features capers, garlic, and olives.
I love to serve them alongside a salad of lightly dressed fresh greens and/or grilled asparagus. For a more substantial option, you could serve them over a light bed of pasta.
Eat Well, Be Well Cookbook Updated Release Date
In an effort to adjust to the challenges facing so many right now, my publisher decided to change the release of my cookbook to October 6, 2020. As a small token of my thanks for your patience, I promised I would release one of the recipes from Eat Well, Be Well.
The category choice was yours. Many of you responded to my posts on social media or messaged me directly with your vote. While the mains won, the snacks and desserts were close seconds.
In the coming weeks I will focus on creating some new snacks and desserts, so just like the cookbook — there will be something for everyone!
Favorite Features in Eat Well, Be Well
One of the reasons I selected the Portobello Steak with Tomato Caper Sauce is the flavor profile of the dish. I absolutely love the way the capers, garlic, and olives play off of one another.
Another reason was to give you a sneak peek into a couple of my favorite features of the book. You can see the dietary features (colored circles at the top of the page) provided which are specific to each recipe in the book. This recipe has no added sugar, an oil-free option, is nut-free and soy-free.
Additionally, many recipes also highlight helpful hints or how-tos. This Portobello Steak with Tomato Caper Sauce recipe has a How to Clean Mushrooms inlay which answers the question of whether to wipe, soak, or dunk.
Here’s hoping you enjoy this tasty entree. And don’t forget to preorder your copy of Eat Well, Be Well today!