baby portabellas with hummus and feta

369-2916-x-1944If you’re a regular noodle reader, you already know that the kind folks at Sabra sent a nice big package filled with hummus right to my doorstep!  I won’t bore you with a recap, but I will share the recipe for the very first delicious little something I whipped up with it.  It’s so easy it almost can’t even be called a “recipe”, but it’s pretty and so tasty nonetheless.  I hope you like it, too!

318Find some tasty looking baby portabellas – also known as cremini’s.  Wipe any dirt away with a damp paper towel and remove the stems.

331-2916-x-1944Brush both sides of mushrooms with olive oil and grill, either on an actual grill or in a grill pan.

334-2215-x-1523While mushrooms are grilling, slice grape or cherry tomatoes in half, enough for each mushroom to be topped with one half.

354-2204-x-1562When mushrooms are done, let them sit for five or ten minutes to let the juices accumulate.  Drain the juice from each mushroom, then put about a teaspoon or two of hummus into each mushroom.  Sprinkle with some feta, and top each mushroom with a tomato half.  Pop under the broiler for a few minutes until nice and hot.

369-2916-x-1944Experiment using different flavors of hummus.  Lemon or Greek Olive would be awesome!  Yum!