Greek Portobello Sandwich

I had the weirdest dream last night.

I am one of those people who remembers their dreams and they are usually very vivid.

I was at school – even though it looked nothing like real school, but it never does – and the apocalypse was coming. Basically, it was just a giant flood and we had no idea what to do.

Dr. Karev from Grey’s Anatomy was there and I had a total crush on him but his eyes were all for Lexi Grey. So, I let him have her. And I was trying to save the fish by getting them into the water – don’t ask – and I remember wanting to take my car keys to my new car because my dad would get upset if I lost them.

Then I woke up and everything was sunny and shiny and dry. Good. The apocalypse has yet to come. We have, what… a little over 5 months? Live it up, people! Eat something delicious.

Let me get you started. These sandwiches are the definition of delicious. The tzatziki sauce is super garlicky and fresh and wonderful. And I think I’ve figured out this whole grilling portobello thing.

Make today delicious. No reason to eat gross, untasty food. Eat something good today. Fire up that grill and make some tzatziki sauce to slather all over it.

Greek Portobello Sandwich

1 portobello mushroom, washed
1 tbsp balsamic olive oil dipping sauce
1 Sandwich Thin (or any bread)
1 slice onion
2 tbsp feta
2 kale leaves
Tzatziki Sauce:
1/4 cucumber, finely diced
1/4 c plain, nonfat yogurt
1 garlic clove, minced
1 tsp lemon juice
1/2 tsp dried dill (fresh if you have it!)
1/2 tsp mint flakes (fresh if you have it!)
1. Rub the balsamic olive oil on the mushroom and grill on medium high heat for 4-5 minutes each side.
2. Mix the tzatziki sauce ingredients and spread on both sides of bread.
3. Place mushroom, onion, feta and kale on bread and assemble sandwich.

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