Paleo Portobello Bacon Avocado Breakfast Sandwich

This is the ULTIMATE Breakfast Sandwich! Anyone who likes bacon, avocado, and portobello mushrooms will LOVE this sandwich, and come back for seconds!!
This Breakfast Sandwich is particularly appealing to any Strict Paleo!

yield:
servings:1
prep time:5 min
cook time:10 min
ready in:15 min
urbanpaleochef
I absolutely love to cook. I love everything about it: I love selecting the produce which will become my food, I smile while unpacking it after a successful shopping trip, I delight in selecting the ingredients for the next meal, I am soothed by the prep work of chopping and slicing, and finally I am excited to see the response my food brings. The art of food is one of my most rewarding past times.I am neither a professional, nor professionally trained. I became a chef the old fashioned way: my mother taught me. To be fair, my father taught me too, but it was mostly my mother who instilled the values of the kitchen in me, and I carry those same values throughout my life.In addition to cooking, I spend my time running, maintaining my plants, and doing the best that I can to maximize the minimal living space that a NYC area Urban Life offers. I like spending time out on the town, sipping a nice glass of red wine, and tasting the latest or newest food. I spend time with friends and family at every opportunity. But, I'm all about food, so let’s get back to that!
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Ingredients
  • 2 Portobello Mushroom Caps
  • 1/2 lb Premium Bacon
  • 1 Avocado
  • Lettuce (several leaves)
Directions
  • Cut the bacon strips in half, and cook them, covered, as you like them. Note: I like my bacon slightly chewy, so I cook them covered for about 20 minutes on medium heat.
  • Remove the bacon and let it drain on a plate.
  • Pour off most of the bacon grease (for use some other time!) and put the pan back on the heat to keep hot.
  • Slice the stem of the Portobello mushroom caps off, so that the whole cap is flat and level.
  • Cook the Portobello mushroom caps in the bacon pan for about 2 minutes on medium heat.
  • Put the caps on a plate, stack the lettuce, avocado, bacon, and the top cap on. In that order.

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